Living well and truly in the moment, Christopher A. Taylor strives for spontaneous creativity through and through. His last album release was the aptly titled 10/31/2019, and like all of his work to date, the project features freestyle raps exclusively.
The UK’s own Dr LK kicks off the summer early with the dance anthem that is Inna Yuh Party.
Offering dance pop classics galore, the playlist makes for the perfect choice when looking to balance nostalgia with contemporary sound design.
Brilliant writing and flawless delivery. The kind of talent and skill that makes you really question the success of some of the bigger names on the scene.
Radio ready, familiar yet fresh enough to stand out, yet is also unexpectedly thoughtful, revealing, poetic, and increasingly interesting.
Thoughtful soundscapes take their time to build, showcasing someone who utilizes the very art of sound design and musicality, in line with lyricism, to pave his way as an artist. A brilliant album, quite probably his best to date.
Leading with decidedly creative production and unwavering lyrical and performative grit, MoonChildJohnny’s latest EP, the aptly titled Anxiety, digs deep into human consciousness – the state of panic, uncertainty, isolation and, ultimately, optimism.
Tipping its hat just slightly towards the likes of Audio Bullys, yet never leaning so far as to become overly energetic or loud, My Own Way breathes optimism and possibility into the room.
I’m reminded of the quality and spirit of Joni Mitchell throughout certain phrases of Mockingbird, and I’d like to think that Alpha cat would approve of such a comparison – as she’s something of an ‘alpha cat’ herself. A very clever song, with memorable lyrics and a very deliberate production.
A trippy yet gentle delight, loaded with subtle contrast and full to the brim with artistic intent and musical awareness alike.
As it turns out, the Belle Sounds are aptly named, and I Lose Myself manages to sound both nostalgic and forward-looking whilst remaining very much its own entity.
Featuring heavy bass-work and a contrasting vocal and melodic riff lightness, Songs For Sabotage drive with poetic and soulful intention on their latest single.