Renowned indie singer and artist Luanne Hunt delves into contemplation and poetic revelation more than ever throughout this deeply moving, intimate and uniquely creative new album Portraits In Song.
Brand new music from JAMO this year brings a genuinely impressive and smooth collaborative release with rapper and artist Henboss.
An always impressive Raz Hardy starts off the new year with a collaborative project that hits greater peaks still – the brilliantly uplifting, inspiring and immersive Authors of Ambition.
Just two minutes and ten seconds in length, Come Over blends loving qualities and subtle angst in a captivating way.
Poetic and impressive, quirky yet focused and musically immersive in a dreamy, memorable way. It will be interesting to hear where else the music takes Radio Fly.
Heavy riff-work, distorted bass and the raw energy of hip hop meet with a catchy anthem of minimalist set-up yet maximum performative drive – The Eska kicks a little edge towards the dance-trends of TikTok with Go With The Flow.
Stylishly fusing the distortion and weight of indie rock with a surprinsgly delicate vocal lead, The Veer inject a clear degree of identity and character into the modern music scene, with the infectious and refreshingly original What She Wants.
From fighting to finding yourself, by way of brilliantly unique, recognisably and fearlessly passionate vocals – Moromo details the pain of self-progression.
Fearlessly passionate, up-front and impressive vocals drive this powerful gospel-fusion single from the one and only Justin Oliver.
They’re a band who offer a little more of themselves with each new release, and I’m Still Here speaks volumes on behalf of that quality.
The self-reflection is uninhibited, in both performance and lyric, and once again it’s this willingness to be entirely and unapologetically real that elevates the band considerably.
Dreamy synths and trap rhythms unite as YKM Rob fuses the sound of the moment with a melodic and varied performance that keeps things stylish and catchy.