Dance pop with hints of mellow disco.
“Then after the breakup, he kept trying to throw other girls in my face trying to get my attention months later. So I wrote this song as a letter to him saying everything I wanted to say during the relationship, but never could.”
Dreamy pop with a sense of melancholy.
Perfectly constructed electronica with abrasive, confident and intense beats like no other way you can imagine.
A promising electronic talent from the UK with a fresh, infectious feel.
An ethereal and dark soulful sound.
Refreshingly unique British rap with a mellow, yet unique flow.
“Star’ is a song I wrote out of an argument with my lady, it came directly after an argument we had just had one night. I was frustrated and couldn’t sleep, so I started writing to vent, but by the second verse, I realised something, and I reminded myself that when I had nothing, she still rode me, and she was still about it, so when times get tough and disagreements occur, as they always will, I need to remind myself of all the times she has had my back, just as I did when I was writing this song.”
“Dynamite’ is potentially the best song I’ve ever made. The record reminds me of late 90s early 00s Max Martin type pop productions. It’s not what we set out to do but that’s kind of what happened and I really love that.”
Conceptual RnB with experimental tones.
A beautifully simple acoustic sound with a sense or warmth and genuineness.
A sound like no other. Dark and intense indie RnB with a raw vocal essence.
A summery, dreamy indie sound that takes you to another world.
RnB with a polished yet minimal, sassy and genuine essence.
Australian power pop with a bold charm.
Charming and playful indie pop with subtle hints of electro from Leeds.
Gorgeous vocals over a candy-pop, jazzy fusion.
Powerful pop with hints of synth.
“Rise of the Phoenix’ is a song about rebirth after a dark time, I finished writing it when I was in the old town of southern Portugal. I got really inspired by the cobbled streets and the old untouched buildings.”
“One day after one particularly ridiculous session, I literally thought what the fuck am I doing here so just left, and started using what I’d learned writing songs for myself.”