JVLY, an Australian singer-songwriter-producer, stands out in the ever-evolving music landscape with his blend of electro-R&B/Soul, as demonstrated in his new track ‘here.’ This is a wonderfully calm, smooth song that sinks deep into the mind and draws you in.
Lily Hain is spicing things up. The American singer-songwriter has been crafting melodies since she was just a little girl growing up in the mid-Atlantic province of North Carolina. Now based in New York, she’s found a home in organic, soulful musings, rife with fingerpicked guitars, and crooning melodies.
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Hailing from the Nordic outpost of Iceland, Inki creates a brand of avant-pop that is difficult to qualitate. Haunting, interesting, and resolute, her sound possesses a sweeping dichotomy that feels appropriate for the plains or the club floor, an undeniably Scandinavian talent.
Vassiloudis is no stranger to experimentation, and his extensive repertoire showcases his talent, demonstrating an interwoven tapestry of influences that span the spectrum of dance music. A preferred artist for John Digweed’s Bedrock imprint, Vassiloudis now returns to his familiar domain with his latest, audacious studio album, ‘Human Damage Human’.
In her latest single “If You’re Asking (I’m Offering),” Raia invites us on a wonderful lyrical road trip, a stirring sonic journey punctuated by delicate piano and deep, trance-like grooves. This two-part track is a nuanced representation of the artist’s relationship with the music industry. It is as much an offering of her heart as it is a bid to shape the industry into a space she can authentically occupy.
From Tel Aviv, emerging artist Meny Levy reveals the depths of her creativity and emotions through his music. Riding the waves of music and art, Meny introduces his debut single, “Hooked.” As we catch up with him, Meny sheds light on his inspirations, artistic journey, and the emotional depth encapsulated in his music.
It’s been five short years since the inception of Lyrical Lemonade’s Summer Smash Festival, and since then, the event has skyrocketed to new heights. From a new venue to an all-star lineup, even through an insanely unexpected rainstorm, the Summer Smash team didn’t miss a beat and kept the event rolling.
“The 2000s were captivating,” muses Lemonade Baby, his mind traversing time. “What I find captivating about that period was that people were way more social within their subculture. And also, with electronic music, they were making songs without relying on the computer screen as much, they used samplers and drum machines, and most of all, used their ears.” It’s an era that serves as a muse for the producer’s sonic exploration, a nostalgic echo that resonates in his work.
“Music is something I feel sometimes you need to get out, as it relates to a certain mood or period of your life. It’s not always relevant if it comes out 6-12 months later,” says Kino Todo, the multi-faceted electronic artist who will be releasing his 11-track debut album, ‘Chances’ soon. With music acting as a soundtrack to life, capturing the feelings of the here and now, Kino Todo’s creations are as much about the current moment as they are about the timeless nature of good music.
Dutch indie rock quartet Loupe are setting the summer right. The group make a brand of indie rock that is grounded yet groovy; breezy but interesting. Today they celebrate the birth of their first album, Do You Ever Wonder What Comes Next? Running about 45 minutes, the record needles its way through several flavors of indie, with sweeping guitars, resolute vocals, and production glitz, rounded out by steady, organic drums.
n the wake of their newest release, we delve into a unique musical landscape forged by the collaboration between LA-based producer Tim Enso and the New Zealand band, Beacon Bloom, which consists of Ryan Ferris, James Allen, and Joss Doge. Their union was born from a shared vision, catalyzed when Enso was seeking a vocal talent for his music production. The result is the transformative Fallen Flower EP, released on Purified Records.
TENH, it seems, is not just about the music. It’s about the journey, the evolution of a creative alliance into a hitherto unexplored space. We got the chance to catch up with the enigmatic duo to delve a little deeper into their creative process, their inspirations, and the story behind their new release.
Emerging once more into the limelight, KUOKO, a Hamburg-based multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, invites us to embark on a blissful sonic journey with the release of ‘Loser’, her latest single from an eagerly awaited album, to be brought into existence later this year under the Kabul Kabul Fire Records. Much like the mirthful memory of a long summer’s day, ‘Loser’ is a track that feels like a friend. It’s an open invitation to sing along, creating an atmosphere one wishes would never end.
“I believe that we make music to live this kind of moment of collective symbiosis, limpid, in which the music takes control. There’s no control, you don’t think about anything, you just play,” mused Adrien Leprêtre, the charismatic frontman of the French ensemble Samba de la Muerte.