Smooth production elevates the new release from UK rapper Joe Radio, blending lo-fi synth notes with a higher-placed riff and classic rhythm for a nostalgic yet clean vibe.
Striking original music at your service – Callipolis unites distortion and delicacy throughout this melodic, captivating fusion of genres.
How Dare You takes on the globally renowned words of Greta Thunberg and delves into ‘generation genocide’ and our leadership’s ‘grotesque betrayal of the world’.
Introducing a nostalgic indie-rock edge of musical weight and conceptual purpose alike – Thelma Ball’s Blue Screen Dreaming feels like an emotional and immersive nod to a simpler time.
Heavily conceptual, fearlessly honest in its depiction of the self and the inescapable sense of lostness imparted by paranoia – London duo Kings Cvstle take things back to the bare essentials, with a poetic and unnerving Rabbit Hole. Nostalgically offering a nod to the likes of The Four Owls but injecting that unmistakable Kings Cvstle … Continued
Craig Adam Johnston unites rhythm and melody to quickly infectious results with Right or Wrong.
“I wanted to create a story showing that real beauty can be awakened by light and attention to it. Just like the beauty inside us.”
The UK’s own BaitFaceRyy is swiftly building an indie empire with his uniquely emotive take on contemporary hip hop fusion.
Featuring industrial details and simplicity intertwined with complexity of concept and design, Lucid and the track faze troy draw focus to a producer making the very most out of the moment.
Introducing a conceptually provocative, uniquely expressive album from the UK’s own CHOZE – D.I.Y marks a bold and unforgettable leap outwards into greater creative plains of hip hop.
“Music is the greatest force in the universe, and in the face of all of our daily struggles & suffering if we can go to a temple inside of our hearts & listen to a song that touches us deeply, then we are truly free, no matter of circumstances.”
“RIP Juice WRLD, arguably the most talented artist of all time. I was lucky to see him perform twice before the tragedy happened late 2019. I cried for a week when that happened.”