Offering a rather sublime follow-up to the Revolution release, Isaiah Mclaughlin adopts a soulful vocal range throughout this emotive, alternative RnB-led collection that is Narcissist. Far from content with adhering to the rules of a single genre, the project brings together ambient, often industrial yet dreamy soundscapes, with elements of both falsetto and lower-toned voice … Continued
Channelling the calmness & depth of folk, with subtly doubled vocals and a simple build-up from acoustic guitar through mildly electronic weight & warmth, Life and Light connects for its melodic embrace & rising sense of passion alike.
The sound feels all at once nostalgic & fresh, conceptually relevant to a tumultuous 2020, and perfectly in keeping with the original creative expression intended by Lennon.
Hypnotic guitar work and a clear sense of live performance appeal – ReHumanise weaves a creative web of sound and concept around listeners with this powerfully immersive new single. Leading with a kind of loop-pedal-esque fusion of tribal rhythms and other organic layers, The Sacred Realm of Sokar seems to unite elements of a Xavier … Continued
Keeping the natural energy and good vibes of the genre alive and well, with a trip hop or jazz-café core yet a faultless vocal outpouring to inject concept and intention, Paved Red is a timeless new track, with a clear air of carefree, uninhibited artistry about it.
Great vibes, ready & waiting to lift your mood – Stefan Schulzki collaborates with singer Beatrice Ottmann for this spacious & creative take on contemporary reggae & pop.
The sound is wholly immersive fairly quickly, raining down with a cinematic fullness & comforting embrace that unites creativity & professionalism in the production world.
Creative production sees melody take the lead amidst a mildly experimental rhythm and build-up for this brand new single from Wonderboy.
Presenting an album as intriguing & thoughtfully observational as its band & project names imply, Boston’s Passive Witnesses craft an ambient journey of creative exploration with this immersive new collection AERIALS.
Lo-fi good vibes and the vintage crackle of yesteryear smoothly kick off this brand new project from artist and producer L’artiste.
There’s a certain authenticity to Flora’s delivery, her lyrics, and the persona presented in the video – it doesn’t feel like a performance, it feels like a genuine walk through contemplation, angst & uncertainty.
At its core, Mind Virus is not about the physical hit of Covid, but the mental switch that has seen societies & families ripped apart due to anger & disagreements – misaligned opinions & perspectives.