From humble beginnings, to the unexpectedly anthem-like, choir-style brightness of a hook, from optimism through mild uncertainty, from keys to sax, the whole thing is unpredictable in a beautifully comforting manner.
Already the highlight of my day, Planet Peacock allow the natural swagger and creativity of distorted, soulful rock to pour through in an immediately hypnotic manner on this single.
The band’s leading vocalist offers a humble yet passionate delivery that lets these easy rhymes kick in with familiarity and intrigue alike; thus, the lyrics sink in quickly, the scene is set, and the mind wanders as prompted.
Brilliant, a beautiful piece of music and writing that fits well amidst the hip hop landscape of today, yet also brings a little truth and realness in addition.
Paying tribute to faith, a higher being, the single stylishly fuses the ambient choir vibes of Gospel, with hints of subtle soul and rock, evolving consistently and passionately throughout its post-four-minute lifespan.
Big Play Slay 23 is a heavy track, street ready and loaded with anthem-like vibes that bring back that classic togetherness and attitude the genre was born through.
Balancing story-telling with personal insight, detailed scene setting, and a fine use of lyrical strength to keep you captivated, NyuKyung takes an authentic angle when crafting his bars, and this, combined with these eclectic and optimistic soundscapes, makes for an EP well worth experiencing.
Leading with a soulful vocal, a moment of quiet expression, followed by a powerful and immersive build-up towards the mighty drop of the hook, Your Love effectively walks the line between pop and EDM – bringing together fans of both worlds.
Offering blissfully ambient compositions, carefully balancing skill with artistic intention and plenty of relevant space, her music transcends the barriers of traditional mainstream releases, and instead presents listeners with a truly compelling audio experience; the sort that’s all at once organic, genuine, and delicately dreamlike.
A master of sound design, composition and songwriting alike, Hideotronic is up there with the best of them – the creative producers, the artists, the writers with something authentic to say; and refreshing ways of saying it.
From the unique and multi-coloured layers of the beat, to the unpredictably high-octane verses, Rula balances delicacy with detail, intensity with calm confidence, and holds tight to your attention every step of the way.
The beautiful, glistening and clean production creates the perfect backdrop for the narrative, and some smart decisions around the mix and vocal capture, double-tracking and reverbs all compliment City Lights. Long may we bask in them, when they sound this lush and opulent.