|Yibby - Poke Hip Hop||19/09/2019|
More brash than his previous releases, 'Poke' shows Yibby's diversity and ability. Fresh from his feature with Triple One, Yibby enlists fellow wordsmith Raj Mahal to bring his signature energy to the explosive second verse.
|HI MOTIVE - Gone Dance, Pop, House||12/09/2019|
|Just A Gent - Open Spaces feat. Nevve Dance, Electronic / Beats / Industrial, Dance||27/08/2019|
|Pandamic - Sweater Rock, Alternative, Indie, Punk||27/08/2019|
An ode to lost property, 'Sweater' is short, fast and loud - everything a good skater tune should be. Gritty guitar and a punchy snare underlay infectious vocal melodies born in the tour van.
|Phebe Starr - Ice Tea Liberace Pop, Dance||27/08/2019|
|Georgia Mulligan - Mirror Folk, Alternative Country, Rock||21/08/2019|
Mulligan's ability to write emotive, vulnerable songs is once again on display in the impassioned 'Mirror'. Documenting a moment of turmoil the track begins as a delicate, slow burn, building into a piercing crescendo of emotions.
|Buddy Ryan - Sixweeks ft. Mark Echols Hip Hop, Soul, RnB||09/08/2019|
Employing a more reserved musical style, ’Sixweeks’ puts Buddy’s lyrics front and centre. Subtle synths and glockenspiel float over a constant beat, bookended by a soothing yet infectious chorus.
|Austen - Money Pop, Electronic||08/08/2019|
'Money' is another feather in this flourishing artist's cap of songs which manage to feel liberating rather than discouraging. Dark and menacing synths rumble under Austen's infectious melody before erupting into her signature anthemic chorus full of self-empowerment and shout-ability.
|Samsaruh - Glory Days Rock, Pop||08/08/2019|
Other tracks by Samsaruh: I Guess That Makes Two - Crash Boom Pow!
|SAMSARUH - Million Years Pop, Rock, Easy Listening||08/08/2019|
|WOODES - How Long I'd Wait Pop, Electronic, Atmospheric, Soundscapes||01/08/2019|
|Crocodylus - Adrenaline Rock, Garage, Grunge, Punk||31/07/2019|
Coming in at under two and a half minutes, the frenetic intensity of 'Adrenaline' matches the subject matter. Comprised of signature, grunge-tinged riffs and crowd sourced choruses, it’s impossible not move to.
|Beachwood - Love Me or Leave Me Alone Pop, Electronic||09/07/2019|
|Jess Day - Rabbit Hole Pop, Folk||05/07/2019|
Jess’s powerful and melancholic songwriting couples with her infectious, melodic hooks to culminate in an anthemic call for those needing to leave their toxic relationships behind.
|The Laurels - Sound System Rock, Garage, Grunge, Psychedelic||21/06/2019|
|Samsaruh - Powerlines Rock, Grunge||13/06/2019|
|Yibby - Folk Hip Hop, Rap, RnB, Funk||13/06/2019|
Yibby explains his meaning behind the EP, "Dealing with relationships, coming and going, navigating through the industry, the black experience, love and loss, just human things."
Other tracks by Yibby: 180 - Brink
|TOTTY - Lucky Rock, Garage, Grunge||04/06/2019|
In contrast to their usual tracks, ‘Lucky’ is a standout. Slower than expected its still replete with grungy guitar and thumping drums. Produced by Brett Jansch (Dune Rats) and engineered by Jack Nigro (DMA's, Skeggs), it's a far cry from the sheds they began in.
|ELKI - Soho Pop, Folk, Rock||04/06/2019|
Other tracks by ELKI: That Would Be So Good
|KLP - Heater Electronic, House, Dance||04/06/2019|