adeeldareal showcases a clear sense of purpose on the mic, and delivers the vibe required to connect and inspire in the very same instance.
As a quirky and catchy single for the summertime – UFO more than meets the mark. A lovable alternative to much of the current mainstream.
As conceptually provocative as ever, Lounge Act Jam reach new considerate depths with this EP – a project whose title alone invites a sense of startling self-awareness.
“I’m Puerto Rican & my grandparents exposed me to Salsa, Merengue & Reggaeton music when I was younger. I really wanted to combined all of my influences into one song.
Beautifully crafted, unique in both set-up & concept, and precisely the kind of alternative, organic pop hit we could all benefit from right about now.
Portland’s Rony builds from mellow confidence to striking outcries throughout this haunting, hard-hitting new hip hop release Block Boy.
Complexity combines with pile-driving power to root the song to the floor. The fact that the band switch effortlessly between pedal-to-the-metal and snatches of full-on syncopation makes Backsheepish an exhilarating, adrenalin-soaked listen.
Soaring high with those intelligent bars and long-form story-telling progressions that beg for you to listen in isolation – this EP happens to arrive at the perfect time.
The perfect anthem for our newly crowned daily loops – these patterns of behaviour we engage in, to pass the time, to fend off anxiety.
The psychedelic, experimental aspects take over increasingly as the track goes on, ultimately evolving into a brilliantly hypnotic groove that’s somehow managed to be genuinely unique among today’s musical landscape.
Cruel Mistress is a great piece of work and pays homage to its musical forebears in all the right ways. It’s recorded in a timeless and sympathetic way, and lives and dies by the trials and tribulations of our companion for the journey – Scarlett Siren.
Lounge Act Jam return with an indie-rock-infused, grunge-soaked yet rhythmically uplifting new single – the lyrically minimalist but conceptually quick to the point When The River Flows.