Having instantly caught the attention of music fans & critics alike at the start of this year with his single Your Eyes, his newest release, Could You Be The One is considerably EDM-pop driven & easily his best track to date.
Duality is a component of our every day existence. Vineyard Cries displays this inevitability in his hip hop/popesque single entitled, Wolf. During the opening seconds of this dualistic experience, there’s an automatic suspense that blankets you.
Project North, having already connected with several key players in the industry as they’ve grown into the artists they are today, are perhaps paving the way for the UK EDM movement, with releases such as their latest single Think Twice.
It’s not all that often I’m blown away by how uniquely unexpected an artist’s sound is. Perhaps it’s that Can’t Buy Love was the opener – a brilliant song, gorgeously atmospheric, openly sentimental, funky & quirky in a subtle but cool way.
Sam Xhri6 is an artist whose sound fits beautifully into the modern RnB-pop-fusion world as well as offering a distinct level of character & freshness that really helps this latest single shine brightly.
An incredible songwriter, this album underlines that in a professionally crisp & consistently interesting way. Easily up there with the best releases of 2018 so far.
A great introduction to his sound. Ace Maddog has stated that his injuries sustained from a gun shot, as detailed in the song, have driven him to work even harder for his art – meaning there’s a lot more to come.
Radio Drive’s recently released project is one that brings a bright & emotionally open collection of songs that seem to float somewhere between indie-pop & the more classic rock sounds of the 70’s.
Jaime Mansilla is a renowned violinist & recording artist who has performed concerts in 30 different countries, in some of the best concert halls of the world. His experience is unquestionable as you listen to these releases, beginning with the iconic Figaro.
High energy, high shock factor, as well as being creatively free from anything predictable or common. At the same time, the melody, the synths, the development of the soundscape – it all works hard to build around you something that’s quickly familiar.
King Size Slim’s live performances are in a league of their own entirely. Milk Drunk is a stand out clip from his recent 2Seas Session, and to say his performance captivates is a pretty drastic understatement.
PMKS’ present yet another new release this month with their version of David Bowie’s Heroes – re-imagined in this case as a pro gun control anthem.