The nostalgia of 90s piano house and indie-rock comes together in common goldfish’s ‘Low Lights and Throwback Tunes’.
‘Alone in the Night’ is the sensitive, genre-crossing dance track from Belladaprima
Belladaprima’s ‘Alone in the Night’ is hella catchy with those cyclical pop melodies and confident rap verses, plus irresistibly danceable thanks to those thumping beats, but at its core is the sensitive inner world of the Ontario singer and songwriter.
‘Une Love Song’ is the feel-good, lofi electro-pop single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet
Soaked in hues of amber and marigold, ‘Une Love Song’ is the blissfully amorous new single from French artist Tiphanie Doucet.
CAPYAC just wanna have a good time with their funky disco-dance single ‘GOODTIME’
CAPYAC’s ‘GOODTIME’ an incredibly fun listen that’ll no doubt have anyone dancing with the first few bouncing seconds.
‘Something Real’ is the moody club banger from Miami’s Madeaux
‘Something Real’ kicks off to journey towards Madeaux’s Near Life Experience LP.
‘Drop The Match’ is the thriller-inspired single from Jake Daniels
Opening with a heavy baseline and warbling electric guitar, Jake Daniels immediately sets the mood for his fiery new single ‘Drop The Match’.
Dive into the majestic sounds of Skarma’s ‘Saturate’ feat. Quails
Australian newcomer Skarma collaborates with vocalist Quails on sultry dance track ‘Saturate’
Watch Bota Butterfly’s futuristic video for avant-garde, synth-pop trip ‘Somebody else’
‘Somebody else’ is an intoxicating synth trip that completely immerses you in Bota Butterfly’s stellar performance.
Lexxicon offers romance, sensuality & earworm melodies in ‘Back To You’ ft. Desiire
Multidimensional Canadian artist Lexxicon reveals his energetic new single, ‘Back To You’ featuring, Desiire.
QUOTE CLUB: Lexxicon is feeling the love in his latest Afro-Dancehall banger, ‘Power Over Me’
Rising star Lexxicon blends Dancehall with African music influences,creating a unique, hybrid sound which he dubs Afro-Dancehall. ‘Power Over Me’ is the newest single from Lexxicon’s catalogue of genre-bending tunes, and the first in a run of singles leading to the release of the Tropicon Islands album