Mahogany is a true master of the mic, raising the roof when needed and bringing things right back to base for those more reflective moments of humanity.
It’s an anthem for self-development and success, at its core, but the lyrics and wordplay that guide us to this peak offer a multitude of images, scenes and uncertainties that appear as genuinely original.
Standing tall on the strength of intention and eclecticism combined, alternative rock outfit Lokella promise to engage and energise, with their deeply human and musically powerful album As We Unravel.
Breathtaking design and performance unite to stunning results, as this new releases undeniably showcases the strength of creative collaboration.
Favorite paves the way for a new sub-genre of pop and RnB; one that’s authentically driven by emotion, talent, and an unwavering desire to connect.
Identity reigns, and the music and voice united deliver this with a brilliant fusion of poetic depth, grit, and rhythmic embrace.
Soaring rock instrumentals back up deeply emotive lyrics and powerful melodic songwriting, as genre-fusing artist Fauci delivers his boldly revealing two-track release The Wire and Swim.
Creative production blends retro and contemporary flavours, promising a strong groove and plenty to contemplate, as producer and artist Eddie Moore kicks off his jazz-fusing album Intuition.
The ‘music as a gift’ company will be releasing response songs to chart-topping singles each month, and November sees the release of one in light of Morgan Wallen’s viral country breakup hit Wasted On You.
Elevate your own appreciation for the moment this November morning, with a vastly cinematic and emotive tech house remix of DREAMS.
Brilliantly-captured guitars lead with distortion and heavy riff-work, backed by the equally energising crash of live drums, as hard-rock outfit Signal Static craft an original song of both anthemic and emotionally poignant roots.
Creative tech-house production unites tribal flavours with trippy details and a heavy bassline and beat, as Ibericanism keeps things both soulful and industrially-rooted, for Who’s That Girl.