• Shout London – “Someday” – soothes the ear, and lingers in the soul!

    Music in the mainstream is frequently washed out and monotonous. It’s designed to appeal to the masses, hence with a simple formula. Shout London makes music that is just as catchy and accessible for the mainstream, but also deep and genuine. He writes songs that anyone can relate to...
  • Nico Falla – “Así (Original Mix)” shows mastery over his craft

    Gobbling a path across the dancefloor with unstoppable force, Nico Falla’s sound is as rhythmic as it is hypnotic. Moreover he is exceptionally creative, meticulously so. An emerging DJ and music producer with a unique, genre-bending Tech House sound, Nico is a 20-year-old artist, originally from Guatemala and currently...
  • OR GOLAN brings us another cinematic experience with “Zarar”

    OR GOLAN’s single “Zarar” could primarily sit comfortably in the ambient or soundtrack genres, but even with without percussion, it contains elements that make the music more compelling and engaging than is typically expected from the ambient genre, as well as significantly more progressive. OR GOLAN’s high standing in...
  • Luca Patrone – “Cardano” is one of his most profound musical pieces

    The self-taught Italian composer and musician, Luca Patrone is able to crossover between solo piano compositions, and fully fleshed out ambient, new-age and downtempo styled electronic music with effortless ease. One of Patrone’s latest single releases, “Cardano” is to be considered, thematically, one of his most profound musical pieces....
  • Wes Dean – “Looking For The Next One” tailored to perfection

    Virginia born and raised, Wes Dean always exceeds expectations by filling voids in the music with strutting confidence. “Looking For The Next One”, his sure-shot latest single, set to drop officially the third week of November 2022, lassoes Southern Rock rhythms and pistol-whips Americana lyric sheets into his personal corral...
  • Aluron – “Devotion / Fever Dreams” exceeds expectations from just about every angle

    Aluron’s meticulously constructed album “Devotion / Fever Dreams” runs the gamut from dense bursts of intricate glitch to expansive ambient, from cinematic soundscapes to retro-synthwave, and avant-garde electronica to everything else in between, making it feel like a far more elaborate musical journey than its epic 31 tracks already...
  • speakeazie – “Ashtray Tears” – intense imagery and an inebriating mood!

    The Minneapolis based indie pop artist with noir aesthetics, speakeazie has always been masterful in her ability to convey emotion through her music. Though she only begun her journey at the close of 2021, she has already produced engaging works, winning significant critical praise along the way. Starting with...
  • Black Lunar – “Dreams Don’t Cost a Thing” shows off a multi-faceted artist!

    Black Lunar is a Hip-hop and R&B artist from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. His stylistic inspirations come from artists like J. Cole, Frank Ocean, and Marvin Gaye. His has been dabbling with music since the age of 5 but never released a full-length project until 2022. The 10-track album, “Dreams...
  • Luca Patrone – ‘Dissertation’ examines the value of communication

    Although it can described as ‘new-age’, ‘ambient’ or ‘neo-classical’ in genre, Luca Patrone’s solo piano works reflect that of the popular music world in terms of accessibility. The self-taught Italian composer and musician, is able to crossover between acoustic and electronic music with effortless ease. His latest piano-driven track,...