Future house vibes and creative structuring make for a uniquely brief yet explosive release, from independent producer and DJ C:3.
Fearlessly clean vocals showcase outstanding ability and soul united, as P.S. Kaguya leads us into the enchanting and immersive new single 2AM.
Their sixth album to date, Audio Surrender marks 20 years of music from Pistol For Ringo, and celebrates their unrivaled devotion, passion and skill in a timeless and impressive manner.
It’s an exotic, poetic and powerful mix, subtle yet striking when listened to at volume, and a more than worthy introduction to the Beats Freaks Geeks collective force.
Gifting the immediate feeling of being a timeless, soulful pop-rock classic, Lyrics of Two return in top form, with the beautifully crafted and skilfully performed Now’s The Time.
Brilliantly immersive from the outset, vocally pristine and captivating, haunting in a nostalgic, hard-rock rising anticipation sort of manner – Painted raise the bar brilliantly, with Kill The Pain.
“What sets me apart from others is my persistence to never give up, regardless of what others say or think. I create my own destiny, and I’m in it till I can no longer do it.”
Retro electro keys and nostalgic funk rhythms elevate the warmth and melodic embrace of Keicon’s latest EP.
Freshly released from their brand new EP Ordinary Sex Appeal, the aptly seductive indie rock rhythm and bass of Cause Of My Pain re-ignites the sound and style of Sons Of Silver in a boldly purposeful way.
Reinforcing the image and colourful contrast of the sound, creative artist W!G launches the official visual for Candy Land, and aptly underlines the back and forth between melancholy and fun throughout the scenes.
Brilliantly expressive, emotive vocals lay the foundation for a song that’s deeply honest and uplifting all at once.
“It helps being a drummer and also working music production because all instruments need groove.”