Creatively immersive, stylishly blending the euphoric pace and colour of EDM with the intimacy and honesty of contemporary emo rap, SKINNY DRIPP crafts a fresh and revealing sound.
Creative duo KNIVES & SINNITEE delve into the industrial production realm with unexpectedly dreamy intentions, throughout this artistically fresh and musically captivating new album.
From pause to power, stillness to beautiful chaos and excitement, Kaleidoscope quite brilliantly represents the implied visual experience as closely as possible for the audio format.
The 9th Earl take listeners through a psychedelic realm of contemporary musings, with Crawlin’ Off the Deep End.
Creative as ever, K.I.R.B takes things down a funk-pop pathway with this catchy new hip hop fusion track White.
Leading with the stripped-back presentation of that rhythmic guitar, amidst subtle flickers of additional fingerstyle notes, Leah’s voice softly guides listeners through the longing and imagery of the song.
Retro creativity appeals for its raw and intimate presentation, as Brooxciv starts up a deeply contemplative, smooth yet provocative EP.
The UK’s own Zuko Hardy takes on the fast-paced modern scene with the dreamy and ethereal yet naturally motivational single COLD.
Cold Water Swimmers build their own sense of purpose and identity, with this fierce and unforgettable new single.
Inspired by Beethoven’s 5th symphony and utilising contrast just as well, The One Who Didn’t repeatedly turns towards juxtaposition between acoustic purity and full-throttle, orchestral and cinematic weight.
Leading with carefully united synths and layers of colour, alongside mellow rhythms and vocal fragments; an album of conceptual intrigue and cinematic freshness combined.
Beautifully enchanting, original and pure all at once – Remy de Laroque refreshes and appeals from the outset with this stunning and intimate EP STAR CODE.