Freshly crafted with a fine combination of crisp, contemporary elements and clear eighties inspiration – producer Maxime Luft delves into the art-form with passion and precision.
Uniquely synth-kissed production meets with addictive afrobeat rhythms and a clear level of vocal identity – introducing a stylishly recognisable Love Letter, from Phoenix artist Dejxh.
Stunning, in short – a defiant highlight from the year so far, rooted amidst some legendary sounds but more firmly connected to the clear identity and artistic intention of the band.
Setting you up with a synth down-pour designed for & dedicated to uplifting audiences into the euphoric electronic warmth of pure energy.
From a writing perspective, the lyrics fascinate & refresh – the story feels new, the phrasing original & interesting, making sure to hold attention well with each & every line that pours through.
Alfonse raises the bar all the more so with impeccable song-writing & euphoric escapism.
Kicking in with a sort of nostalgic break-beats energy, hi-hat-heavy and light yet fast-paced, Yanni Pap’s Signal relights a whole new realm of EDM that had been all but forgotten in recent years.
Retro bass & echoes of classic dance make up the layers that lead us into this new alternative disco-pop single from Dejhare.
A masterful artist – one whom we’re lucky to have gracing our indie world & indeed our generation. Highly recommended.
Composer & producer Rob Waters joins forces with Tangerine Dream artist Ulrich Schnauss for this retro-electronic dreamland that is Der Verbote.
While Kid Apollo undoubtedly has a style that appeals and is genuinely immersive and likeable, it’s also incredibly unpredictable – these are artistic audio experiences, designed to focus on certain feelings in a wholly hypnotic, provocative fashion.
Hypnotic riff work & lightly doubled vocals loaded with seductive depth guide us through a deeply poetic, intriguing opening track as Head Fake’s new EP hits the scene.