Not so much the comfort blanket some might be hoping for in such troubled times, rather an outright musical declaration of the impending doom all around us. JRS3 gives the end of the world a colourful and passionate anthem.
Fusing a simple yet addictive string riff, with a contemporary beat and a doubled-vocal line that digs deep into personal relations and reflections on life – RianMusic’s The One is a uniquely recognisable song that quickly leaves its mark.
A crystal clear offering of absolute talent – superb songwriting, gorgeously performed; as ever. A UK gem well worth supporting.
From a natural storm ambiance, through a jazz-cafe soundscape & a delicate beat, to these two paired vocals, Jay Libz and Immortal Youth, working in unison towards a shared poetic intention. Nuance is everything the genre needs right now.
A painful yet powerful piece of music & performance, which seeks to unite those of us who have felt the weight of suicide in some way or another.
Forever at the forefront of heartfelt, musically immersive yet organic songwriting, Sid Hagan joins forces with the highly experienced and long-time friend of his, Marvin Taylor, for an upcoming album of originals.
Fresh from the upcoming EP Millennial Mic, set for release on March 20th, Mic Rocca’s Be A Ho pours into the room with a dreamlike, multicoloured ambiance that quickly refreshes and offers a unique identity.
This heavy, fuzz-soaked riff and chord progression creates a sense of dark confidence, which contrasts well with the quiet uncertainty of the vocal.
Misfit’s latest single encapsulates the concept of self-drive and progression, leading with a simple, clean-cut and refreshingly melodic soundscape, and a hook that’s catchy enough to leave its mark in an instant.
New England’s AŽ (DJ Ažurely) dominates with a fresh take on contemporary, alternative pop for this single release.
One of our generation’s most prolific and insightful, compelling poets, Ultra_eko blends a dreamlike, piano-led ambiance, with faultless vocals; delivering bar after bar, or page after page of the story, while barely pausing to breathe.
Written some years ago, during a time of depression and unsettling self-doubt, Panic works hard to overcome the fear of failure – to see regret as a greater threat to the future.