We Are the People chops along at a healthy pace, and before long you may begin to notice your foot has been coerced into tapping along. Unless of course you are encountering Bucko’s five minute slab of uplifting trance at a venue, in which case you won’t be reading this because you’ll already be dancing.
A wide-reaching EP with some glorious high points and a journey that goes sonically all over the shop. Each piece feels like it has a narrative to exploit and each does this with great elan. Fine, refined work.
Eight original tracks designed with care, with clear emotion and professionalism combined. Breathe Me In as a complete project is a rewarding journey to embark upon – the perfect choice this summer but also offering a timeless quality with a notable lightness.
There are journeys within each of these compositions, and the details and pauses, the weight contrasted by the lightness, all adds to the experience – helping make this entire album no less than a dream to lose yourself within.
As an introduction to producer LinusF’s creative work, Inspiration is a beautiful, uplifting and engaging soundscape that simultaneously pays tribute to the late Avicii in a rightfully colourful, emotive way.
Intense layers of synths rain down hard and fast, as manic EDM beats and fragments of soulful vocals intertwine – creating the perfect mood to kick off your weekend with style.
An easy must for the long-term EDM catalogue, Monochrome is mellow yet uplifting – not hard-hitting or heavy, but finely built with a thoughtful gathering of elements and a perfectly engaging overall output that’s clearly the work of an artist with a genuine love for the genre.
The seven-minute epic and blissful journey that is Belladonna kicks off this ambient collection of finely crafted escapism from ImButcher. This entire playlist soon proves itself to be a worthy choice for any evening of introspection or togetherness alike.
An unquestionably beautiful release that easily deserves to be heard and enjoyed by as many music fans as possible. Ethan Wood is a fine musician, a talented producer, a wonderful singer, and – evidently – a superb songwriter.
The whole thing moves from a simple house track to something much more colourful – lightness overtakes darkness, and slowly but surely the whole vibe of the track rises up higher than the title and the intro ever could prepare you for.
The original idea was one that could be interpreted in a number of ways, and this EP of remixes is a blissful testament to that.
Teardrops begins with an alluring, yet ambient melody that paints an emotional picture in hues of black and blue reminiscent of a light rainstorm.