Retro psychedelic visuals meet with a surprisingly heavy fusion of fuzzy guitars, bass and absolute pace for this classic rock and roll explosion that is Can’t Breathe.
Gentle jazz-café vibes and the vintage crackle of yesteryear create a calming cinematic ambiance for this refreshingly peaceful yet increasingly energetic, immersive new soundscape from BPPSA.
Not easy to stomach, and not disguised as so – the single makes its intentions clear and utilises both music and vocal to strike out with memorable weight.
Home-made production vibes meet with a raw fusion of dreamy shoegaze and light trap for this hypnotic and emotional new single from Maury.
Refreshingly creative bars pour through with a sort of humble, freestyle-esque yet mellow delivery as Dwyne sets the mood and impresses.
The whole thing urges you to turn up the volume, appreciating the various intricacies of the soundscape and losing yourself in the energy at the very same time.
Driving with a distinct level of identity and creative freedom, producer and artist Angryoofman more than delivers on the implied unpredictability of his name.
“One major misconception that people always have is just because we are twins, that means we are the same in every way and in everything we do. This is not true, we have very different personalities and approach life with our own opinions and ideas.”
Recrafting the emo-rap sound from a few years back and weaving in a deeply personal writing style, Slendy brings together intimate honesty and hypnotic melodies to connect with audiences in a simple and open manner.
The seemingly simple arrangement misleads – the profoundly conscious nature of the lyrics proves far from satisfying with a single listen.
You kind of get to experience an emotive series of soundtracks alongside a strangely relatable, angry yet honest podcast or monologue. It’s a unique thing, inspiring a sense of freedom of expression & emotion.
Retro production and sax-led soul make up the soundtrack for this emotive and story-telling new collaborative single.