3Alphas bring back the essence of RnB to the contemporary music scene. Their soulful vocals intertwine and meander through modern trap rhythms and choir-like layers of warmth.
Elusive and intriguing, self-defined as “a modulating inter-dimensional bratz doll à la van Herpen” – Tin:Ma carves out an authentically new route in modern composition and electro-pop.
The unique Darla Jade vocal is warm when layered but also has an icy edge when solo, in the vein of, say, London Grammar. The one-note melody on the chorus is remarkably catchy and sung with a precision that such simplicity requires. It develops into warm synth pads that cuddle you through to a counterpoint question-and-answer conclusion that’s a truly satisfying end to an epic chorus.
Versatility is crucial these days, though it needs to be alongside a well-rooted level of identity, and Big Oz has it mastered.
Impressive bars, varied pace, quirky and laid-back yet clever when necessary – which works well alongside the creative nature of the music.
Great song-writing, a bold and beautiful degree of artistic identity, and a project that fearlessly expresses the inner concerns and considerations of the artist.
Stylishly blending organic musicianship and dreamy electronic production, artist and songwriter Roswell kicks things up a notch with single releases and live jams alike.
Undoubtedly a songwriter paving his own way, time and time again, Shaney Poo excels himself with this deeply creative single.
Incredible musicianship, and a genuinely original manner of composition that runs through everything from the opening riff to the set-up, structure, and clear emotion highlighted every step of the way.
A welcomed breath of fresh air & integrity in the hip hop world, connecting audiences with an artist with his feet on the ground, and a defiant abundance of talent.
Exploding into action with a fiercely distorted fusion of Celtic Rock and Americana, Chandler Flint reimagines the classic country girl role with this infectious and bold new single.
The latter half is something else entirely, its sudden clarity and unapologetic distain proves compelling, unsettling, and impossible to ignore. An indie cult hit, perhaps – waiting to make waves.