Kicking in with a sort of nostalgic break-beats energy, hi-hat-heavy and light yet fast-paced, Yanni Pap’s Signal relights a whole new realm of EDM that had been all but forgotten in recent years.
Driving with the sort of festival-ready, organic Americana & blues-rock core that quickly invites interest, Fallen Lord goes on to balance quality riffs with equal parts distortion & clarity.
Infectious blues rock and roll pours through for this superb new single from alternatives Psychocide.
The whole thing feels authentic, like a live delivery, and showcases only the natural intentions of the song – nothing flashy or false, just great music and a group of artists increasingly lost in the moment.
Wholly encapsulating the concept of drug-induced euphoria, Cxld’s new single and video make for a late-night hit of escapism that feels all at once contemporary and alternative as it pours through.
Immediately upbeat & loaded with high energy good vibes, Jaydii’s Carnegie Hall starts off as it means to go on – introducing the artist and indeed kicking off 2021 with positivity & uplift.
The aptly titled band and project Pain with Cycle of Hate hit the scene with a uniquely creative, unpredictable fusion of contemporary sound-design & the classic roar of heavy metal.
Calmly delivering something of a mellow, dreamlike dance-hall vibe and bounce, Casey’s Interlude feels like a late-night classic – good vibes pour through but in a chilled manner.
Classic soul and blues meet with a crisp contemporary finish for this conceptually emotive, poignant yet uplifting new single from Antonio Darris.
It’s a song for the fans, for the people, for the band, and it does precisely what we needed it to do.
This year’s return from Violet Temples brings a dreamlike, colourful EP of delicate composition.
Producer & artist Ryan Jesse creates a unique audio realm for electronic music fans to escape into with this thoughtfully captured & unpredictably progressive new single.