Indian-born beatmaker and self-taught music producer pelle unveils his latest, genre-bending work of art, ‘High Spirits’.
Hot on the heels of their last magnetic music video release for ‘LAVISH’, Toronto alternative hip-hop collective STAYOUTLATE make a welcomed return with their incredible debut album, FABERGÉ, featuring the lead single ‘Bodmon Vibe’.
Back with another hit for the new year, Preston’s electronic music master Will Wallace debuts his sophomore single, ‘Girls Money Cars’ featuring vocals from Laurel Smith.
4-piece alternative hip-hop collective STAYOUTLATE are the latest Canadian exports making noise across the pond with their dynamic flows, conscious bars and melodic delivery, courtesy of the group’s mixed bag of musical talents.
Berlin based producer LO has returned and with him he brings a brand new remix of the recently released ‘BLU’. Breathing new life into the tune is Golden Era who uses his production skills to usher in a whole new flavour to the track, whilst still keeping it so recognisable. Taken from the ‘NIGHT OWLS‘…
Florida-based band SeeYouSoon make an epic return with their first, smoking hot single of the year, ‘Fever’. With a second album on the horizon, the 9-piece band are hoping to replicate the success of their 14-track album VIDÉ which caught the eyes and ears of major music tastemakers like The FADER, Pigeons & Planes, COLORS, Ones To Watch and The Joe Budden podcast to name but a few.
Known for her disarmingly personal songwriting, catchy folk melodies and heavenly vocals, Irene Skylakaki returns once more to take us on a trip down ‘Sutherland Avenue’. The track follows on from a string of releases made earlier this year including ‘Dreamy’, ‘Mary Smiles’ and ‘Souvenir’, which is also the title of her upcoming studio album….
With the help of pioneers such as Skepta and BBK, Wiley, Dizzee Rascal and Lethal Bizzle, Grime found its way into the mainstream arena and for the first time ever, we began to see Grime fans and Emcee’s from outside of the UK’s borders. Even US rap juggernauts like Drake and Kanye West suddenly took an interest in the sounds emerging from the little island across the pond and NYC natives Aions, Dutchguts, Gi Major and Lord of Cyphers were no different.