Openly addressing a vastly familiar set of emotions for most right now, Anxiety is a breath of musical calm contrasted by an honest display of inner struggle, which connects in a profound way.
Musically beautiful, conceptually fascinating and often notably provocative. The wordplay and the framing of ideas is consistently impressive, occasionally phenomenal.
One of our generation’s most prolific and insightful, compelling poets, Ultra_eko blends a dreamlike, piano-led ambiance, with faultless vocals; delivering bar after bar, or page after page of the story, while barely pausing to breathe.
Following the release of her latest EP Freckle Season, and prior to an extensive European Tour, we were blessed with an interview with singer, songwriter and YouTube extraordinaire Orla Gartland. We talk about the new project, the changing stages of indie life, songwriting, being vulnerable, touring, Kate Bush, and plenty more. Here’s the conversation in … Continued
“I tell the WORST BEST dad jokes and I can make a killer soup. Killer in the colloquial sense. I make a good soup 🙂 “
A profound and powerful release, uniting shots of London with a personal story and a simple, anthemic hook. Home takes story-telling in hip hop to the next level.
The role of art and music with such a specific backbone is to provoke a certain shared manner of thinking – these topics need to be discussed, and this is where that conversation ultimately begins; with music, or art, which kicks up a fuss, grabs attention, and refuses to be ignored.
Fusing the set-up and specifics of studio life, with the debauchery and carefree mindset of an all-nighter, Where The Party At proves both nostalgic and fresh, hitting with simple intentions but showcasing the style and identity of Stony Boy in the same instance.
Freshly kicking off a string of original releases from the London-based rapper and artist, Six Numbers is a beautifully complex, poetic and deeply human track, which showcases a refreshing side to contemporary hip hop.
Genre-busting in the way that only music with disparate influences can be, Optimist bears many repeat listens as you unwrap its sonic charms.
“Those who follow the creative path will find themselves filled with a great spiritual power, which makes it easy to reflect away the judgments of those who do not choose the path of self discovery and who are happy to live a wholly unexamined life.”
Their somewhat humble, authentic approach is always refreshing in a world of largely methodical, results-driven artistry.