Brent Faiyaz's erotic, sexy relatableness in AM Paradox makes us keep pressing play again and again.
Ignite is the key word to describe Internal: it will ignite you body and soul, make you feel invincible through a carousel of emotions during the day and club-ready by the beginning of the night.
Kate Lomas is all about atmospheric synths and chilled rhythm contrasting with the hip-hop(ish) playfulness in her debut EP Let's Just Be.
It's amazing what an artist can put out right on their debut release. This is the case for this newcomer, Sol and her first work, Mystery.
Fil Bo Riva is a folk/soul artist whose gravel vocals entice a visceral reaction that culminantes in chills running down our spine. Let them flow with Like Eye Did and Killer Queen.
Thunder in the City is an 80s inspired, super melodic alt-pop masterpiece that gets you addicted right from the first second.
Basic Beach is that song to go to when coffee isn't enough to put the grey matter into work and Options is hip-hop in its prime matter. These singles are about to blow up straight to the top summer hits.
Little Mess is a beautiful, consistent, indie rock inspired extended play, with some pinches of country. Jake's and Bela's vocals, both harsh and sweet on their own way, got us hooked like cats on catnip.