Out of Hiatus, Into Greatness: EnnieLoud’s ‘Out of Danger
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by Mister Styx
1d ago
EnnieLoud is a trip-hop band from London, and this year they are back with the release of their single “Out of Danger” which is an amazing and meaningful comeback. On this track, which was written by the band’s frontwoman Cassandra Raffaele, the band manages to combine effortlessly the trip-hop and the electronic music, creating a chillingly beautiful atmosphere. “‘Out of Danger’ is a minimalistic masterpiece which is a mix of gentle textures, noisy percussion, and broad effects, leading to an engrossing sound experience. Raffaele’s soulfully delivered lyrics are very important and make you f ..read more
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Dylan Wager Screams ‘Lay It On Me’ In Latest Single
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by Mister Styx
1d ago
It’s always thrilling to find an artist who skillfully incorporates the inspiration from the great musicians with their own style. Dylan Wager’s recent single, “Lay It on Me,” is a smooth soft rock song that is inspired by the songwriting of Michael McDonald, Steely Dan, and Thundercat. The chord progressions are creative, the guitars are soulful, the drums are laid-back, the bass line is funky and the synthesizers are vintage, all of which make this track pulsate with a nostalgic yet fresh energy. The harmony of the vocals stacked on top of each other is so beautiful that it tells a relatabl ..read more
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LeonardoDDJ X Iyke Parker Call On 99PHACES For Summer Anthem “Pain And Pleasure”
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by Blogger In Cap
1d ago
“Life of the party and I give it my all” is one of the lines that is bound to catch your attention as you listen to Iyke Parker and Leonardoddj’s latest single. Teaming up with Ghanaian collective 99phaces, the duo releases their second single as they build up the release of their joint project later this year.  With verses from Anabel Rose and Freddie Gambini, the house themed song is laced with an infectious chorus and catchy bridge which embodies the groovy feel that comes with the summer. The song encourages listeners to let loose and destress after experiencing the gruesome and tire ..read more
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MothBreath’s Debut: A Cosmic Whirlpool
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by Chris The Blogger
3d ago
Immersion into MothBreath’s eponymous debut is a dive headfirst into a cosmic whirlpool. Its threads of melody are silk-spun axioms, spiraling infinity in an unending dance that dazzles and consumes like night scattered ablaze with starlight. Imagine the Cocteau Twins caught amidst an ether frenzy, notes enveloped by Bjork-storms churning ghostlike wails amidst sizzling shards of synth. Dreamy yet disdainful, their music weaves light from shadows; cackling under moonbeams while gnawing on bones of rotting realities. Let it be known: vocalist Kirsty Dougall is both ethereal songstress and ele ..read more
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Odelet “Pisces Pie”: A Celestial Symphony
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by Chris The Blogger
4d ago
In “Pisces Pie,” Odelet weaves a sonic tapestry that shimmers like moonlight on celestial waters, each note a silver thread pulled taut over a bassline abyss. This album is an alchemical cauldron where the spirit of golden-age Hip-Hop melds with the ethereal voices of sirens—beckoning you closer even as they threaten to pull you under. With tracks born from drum machines and keyboards, yet breathing life into metallic sinews, she summons ghosts of ’90s R&B in technicolor revival. Her vocals crest and crash like wine-dark waves against shores dusted in stardust, evoking Erykah Badu serena ..read more
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“Just Worried Because” – Shannon Darcy’s Cathartic Punk-Pop Breakthrough
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by Mister Styx
1w ago
Shannon Darcy’s latest single “Just Worried Because” is powerful enough to prove that she has advanced a lot as an artist. It’s vibrant and all of a sudden the punk, emo, and pop blend, is built on rock doesn’t sound fake at all, it’s very relatable. Right at the beginning Shannon’s vocals are buzzing off the start with these nifty guitar riffs and precise instruments. It’s unmistakable – it has a good pop-punk sound, but it still sounds brand new and exciting. She is able to transcend her vocal range, and is at once raw and polished, kind of as Our Lady Peace. Lyrically, “Just Worried Becaus ..read more
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Embracing the Euphoria: Hotel Mira’s “Waste Away” Journey
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by Chris The Blogger
1w ago
In the echoing chimes of their latest offering, “Waste Away,” Hotel Mira birth tremors of celestial discordance and earthly resonance unto us, straddling dimensions known only to ethereal beings and tortured human souls alike. Grieve’s guitar wails like a cosmic banshee set loose in this mundane realm; simultaneously divine yet decadently profane. Kerr sings symphonies in whispers – tales of resilience seemingly told from within an iron maiden – addressing domestic abuse with lyrics that bleed raw desperation beaten into uncompromising defiance. It is at once dolorous balladeering interwoven ..read more
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Unveiling the Enigma: Gianni Bodo’s “Le Silence”
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by Chris The Blogger
1w ago
Gianni Bodo’s “Le Silence” springs from the soil of muted incredulities, a force-fed feast of political platitudes surviving on the ghost-breath of heirloom ideologies. It ripples across an arid auditory landscape like tongues of fire licking at forged iron bridges built over waterless waves. Its notes teeter precariously on precipices and reverberate through catacombs housing forgotten rock ‘n’ roll echoes; tapestries weave threads for every 007 affair yet unfurl in sombre symphony to unravel an untold narrative begging to breach its self-constructed silence. Bodo conjures jagged shards fro ..read more
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“EVE OF 4/20”: Salyse’s Opalescent Dreamscape
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by Chris The Blogger
1w ago
With “EVE OF 4/20,” Salyse has sculpted an opalescent dreamscape, spinning strands of neo-soul and pop into satin ribbons of sound that tether us to the celestial while bowing in reverence to worldly wisdom. The echoes of Marvin Gaye’s lyrical gospel blend with Chaka Khan’s bold melodies, a colourful cauldron stirred by Erykah Badu’s incensed spirituality under the neon-glow of Kaytranada-infused house rhythm. Drenched in rhythmic waves crashing against shores etched in disco glamour and soulful grit, Salyse’s voice seems plucked from Aphrodite’s throbbing heart—rich velvet dipped in wild ho ..read more
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TE/MO “The MOTHER EP”: A Celestial Carousel of Sound
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by Chris The Blogger
1w ago
TE/MO’s “The MOTHER EP” is the sonic equivalent of licking a luscious psychedelic strawberry, each bite yielding layers within layers of symphonic complexity. Raw in her relatability, TE/MO treads an opalescent spectrum from whimsy to weight; it crescendos like a supernova then hushes into intimate resolutions whispering along your spine. Her voice—indeed, a falsetto that suspends between celestial siren and vintage vixen—is the fulcrum around which this haunting carousel spirals. It cavorts through lavish gardens grown on profound pains while evoking fountains of optimism carved into cavern ..read more
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