“It’s easy to feel like you’re nailing it when playing, but if you listen back you might say, ‘Oh wait, we actually speed up 10 BPM in the choruses’.”
After a hauntingly impressive and memorable debut, Sydney artist and rapper Ooyta OG returns with a bang as the collaborative new single Diggers In The Subi hits the scene.
Imagine the chaos and pace of punk-rock with a fresh edge of rising anticipation and emotive, energising and immersive contemporary vocals and melodies.
Had Enough showcases the combined talents of Sydney artists Atahan, Arty and Suraeh, as they detail the ache and devotion of chasing dreams within the music industry.
Boldly remixing the newly infamous, haunting theme-riff from Squid Game, along with the darkness and intensity of the show’s plot, Sydney’s Ooyta OG delivers a hard-hitting, unsettling yet impressive ode.
Always an act who takes the path less travelled in rap music, Stephh V keeps things interesting and musically satisfying all at once.
A deeply intimate single, leading with impressive verses that connect for their humanity and the authentically original nature of the bars combined, Lover bridges the gap between artist and audience.
Back once again with a brand new project, Vyblektro’s EP Burn Again offers a fresh set of creative dance-pop tracks – not least of all the melodic and engaging groove of an emotive I Know You Remember.
Stephh V’s return this season brings a multi-layered hit of cinematic sound design and a deeply contemplative concept, as the artist addresses the very prospect of chasing dreams & seeking freedom in life.
Laid back, effortlessly cool and sensibly exploiting the skills of both singers. Great stuff.
Simple is a compact, cool and restless 3 minutes that’s as fresh as you like and over too soon.
“I wrote it because, to be honest I was feeling that way – which everyone can relate to at times in this day and age. We are all more connected then ever on social media, yet that somehow creates loneliness.”