Rare Blend’s Ritz Murphy branches off into the solo world to present music fans with this impressively retro and colourful new track – one that effectively fuses classic boy-band tones with a notably more experimental, industrial style beat and set-up.


Lew Houston needs only the strength of his own lyricism and his ability to deliver and to keep the pace effortlessly. This whole project impresses but Safe undoubtedly makes for a great way to kick off the playlist.


KL Noise Makerz bring through soulful, smooth vibes, organic & skillful, every element feeling perfectly fit & delicately included for the best possible mix. Somewhere between the likes of Jack Johnson & Sublime, but with an air of just a little something that’s crisp, clean, and brand new.


Artists like The Jackstones don’t want to make another record that appeases the masses just for the sake of making an A&R department happy, and they don’t have to thanks to the market that indie musicians have built for themselves.