The very essence of the song is held up unquestionably by the genuine connection of each artist to the subject matter and the music.
Blending the singularity of a contemporary trap rhythm and dreamy soundscape, with consistently meandering vocals that change the pace and switch from rap to melody intermittently.
We hear our protagonist Jackie (played here by Isong), a non-binary technology wunderkind, experience and sing out on behalf of the end of life and the light we all share.
Dreamy, distant vocals and equally experimental production blend the ethereal tones of shoegaze with a gritty edge of live rock as Maejis Mind delivers an aptly-titled Dizzy.
Fascinating sound-design, familiar yet not, original and faultlessly crafted, not to mention topically poignant. This one’s worth the time it takes to delve in.
Brilliantly unique, memorable, and increasingly addictive as it progresses through an artistically tumultuous yet satisfying lifespan.
Reverie is the project, six original tracks that prove as eclectic as they are intentional and indicative of an artist with a fearless approach to creativity and performance.
Dreamy electro-pop and clear purpose unite with summer-dance vibes and emotive building blocks throughout an uplifting, inspiring and beautifully crafted Run.
Collaborative strength and absolute awareness from a catchy pop perspective, the unmissable dance anthem Red Jordans proves nostalgically soulful yet contemporary.
Forever marching to the beat of his own creative drum, Jiwon has a style and holds close to it, keeping things interesting yet effective in every case.
Introducing a brilliant hit of modern pop with a welcomed twist of personality and fearless commitment to the concept.
Originals that captivate with ease thanks to a considerate fusion of real-world fragments, live instrumentation, lyrical contemplation and lashings of space.