Promising a wave of escapism that’s addictively powerful, leaving a sense of imaginative lostness that keeps the body calm yet the mind wandering through the various what-ifs and aches of modern life.
Lochlan Shaw sets the mood and elevates listeners from the outset, as his boldly bright and energising new project A Part Of Me Will Always Be You pours onto the scene.
The Space Between celebrates the art of songwriting and expression in a pure and likable manner.
What begins as a mildly mysterious, alluring soundscape, soon progresses to offer the high-octane bounce of a festival favourite ready and waiting.
Heavy bass and trap rhythms meet with melodic, mildly oriental melodies, for instrumentals that back up the smooth contemporary rap tones of Alwayz On Point.
Vai van Vaughan keeps things refreshingly creative, offering a genuinely uninhibited way with artistry and music.
Freshly released from the EP of the same name, the dreamy rock anthem Midnight introduces the immersive and emotive sound of The Frestonians in a beautiful way.
Ethereal production and passionate vocals introduce the unmistakable tone and poetic take of Big Finny, as Lost Light rains down with multi-layered energy and intimacy.
The return of Senses Reeling this summer brings a four-track EP of humble intentions and vastly immersive output.
The album Rare Brew showcases the UK-based duo at their very best, and promises a lasting collection of songs that continuously raise the bar for expressive, purposeful and alluring writing.
Ideally crafted vibes for the summer season, J the A blends crisp yet chilled production with softly relentless rap vocals, for the aptly-titled genre-fusion Forever Flowing.
Great songwriting and performance, kept simple for the greatest impact – the track is a feeling, presented with stylistic relevance to itself, and that rains down in an addictively poignant way.