An impressive band, who work hard to present this somewhat unexpected collection of covers in a way that makes it feel like their own set.
Creative duo KNIVES & SINNITEE delve into the industrial production realm with unexpectedly dreamy intentions, throughout this artistically fresh and musically captivating new album.
From pause to power, stillness to beautiful chaos and excitement, Kaleidoscope quite brilliantly represents the implied visual experience as closely as possible for the audio format.
Inspired by Beethoven’s 5th symphony and utilising contrast just as well, The One Who Didn’t repeatedly turns towards juxtaposition between acoustic purity and full-throttle, orchestral and cinematic weight.
Offering precisely what its title implies, Love Song to a Song openly celebrates the escapism that effective songwriting delivers to listeners – the way the mind wanders when the music really connects.
Ethereal soundscapes and catchy melodies make up the hypnotic sound of Andelo throughout the brand new project Covality.
Versatility is a strength, and CRS-1 is perhaps one of the scene’s most capable and eclectic producers operating at such a high level right now.
Heavy distortion and grit unite with hauntingly delicate vocals and shoegaze overtones, throughout the catchy and provocative rock force that is MIRROR.
Uniquely cinematic production alongside familiar trap rhythms and unpredictable creativity backs up the gritty and unwaveringly confident bars of ZicZac.
Original rock of humble yet devoted origins, Stevski7 has crafted a beautifully poetic, moving anthem with the mighty and emotive Something Wrong You Said.
Classic pop-rock with a twist of electro sound-play and a clear personal touch – Cing offers a fresh take on the love song format, with It Is So.
Retro dance flavours and deeply human emotions run hand in hand throughout this hard-hitting, euphoric and uplifting EDM anthem.