With equal parts humour and poetry, Guess I’m a Rapper Now breathes further life into the Joe Radio persona.
Blending Homeboy Sandman collectedness & calm with a certain organic pop simplicity reminiscent of Just Jack or similar alt-pop artists from eras past.
Kicking off a brand new chapter in their journey, with a fresh line-up and a whole new hit of enthusiasm, indie rockers Jimmy B and the Death Rattles keep things raw and upfront with this catchy new release.
Shojon leads with intelligent framing of ideas and deeply personal, emotional anecdotes – a balance that connects and impresses all at once.
Born in Texas but more notably raised and shaped by the UK, rapper and artist Kway delves into emotional turmoil and unapologetic realness with this ambient and impressive, deeply personal freestyle.
Forever unpredictable in concept, with a musical familiarity but an equally unexpected arrangement in most cases – hooks that reach out with light in the darkness, instrumentals that connect honestly to the lyrics.
The haunting and later tribal musicality and the beauty of the lyrics unite to create an increasingly euphoric feeling.
The UK’s own COLL is flying high with his own uniquely recognisable take on contemporary hip hop.
Melodically memorable, questioning yet loving, musically hypnotic – MazkhaY aims well with this one, and speaks from the heart.
Spoken word artist and award-winning author Mimi Novic collaborates with renowned violinist Edmond Fokker, for a vocally guided neo-classical journey through the depths of love and the human connection.
The whole thing feels a little like a piece of theatre, stage-ready with your imagination to fill in the visuals.
The concept intrigues, occasionally striking a chord for its metaphorical poignancy, at other times feeling simply and literally like a representation of its name.