Electronic meets hip-hop in M3staken’s new album

After releasing his debut album, Apex, earlier this year- a combination of hip-hop beats with electronic effects and an intriguing classical piano edge, the young producer, M3staken has returned with his continuation record, Water Colors. M3staken’s style is not your everyday type of music, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. Jarring rhythms and beats is what M3…

‘Fireman’ by Jake Aldridge

Rap artist Jake Aldridge has collaborated with Lisa Ambrose to form the catchy new single, ‘Fireman’. With Lisa’s delicate pop vocals forming the infectious, yet gentle chorus, and Jake’s well-crafted rap styling forming the verses, a unique combination is created through their juxtaposition and it certainly sounds good. Jake wasn’t always drawn to music though….

KADI Sends Out A Message With ‘Turn U On’

Listen up R&B/ hip-hop lovers as KADI’s latest tune, ‘Turn U On’ is one you should be chasing and it even has a powerful message behind, straying from some of the typical representations of women in the genre. KADI has always felt that the industry portrays the wrong idea, suggesting that women can only get…

Track Preview: ‘Waiting For the Red Light’ by Apachelux

Electronic dance duo Apachelux are no strangers to the industry having previously released ‘This Time’ which was aired on 30 radio stations and ‘Only When You’re Lonely’ which The Times listed as one of their essential tracks of 2015. Now, Apachelux are back with the anthemic dance track, ‘Waiting For the Red Light’ that picks…

‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ by Marilyn Carino

Marilyn Carino is best known for her electronic-fusion music and her latest album, Leaves, Sadness, Science exhibits some of her best work in the genre to date. Having shared stages with Black Star and David Byrne, Carino’s album fuses soul and even hip-hop with her favoured electro style and also features R.E.M bassist, Mike Mills. The…

The Maladaptive Solution: ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’

Creating contemporary spiritual pop for the next generation, The Maladaptive Solution aim to ‘brainwash’ listeners with their new single ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’. The group use music as a medium to subtly teach, using a wide range of styles including pop, rock, folk and even world music elements. Contributors to The Maladaptive Solution include Brad Beard, Michael Carpenter,…

‘The Wayfarer’ by Glenn Harrold

You may well recognise the name Glenn Harrold from somewhere and it is likely because as well as a being a talented musician and songwriter, he is also a multi-million selling self help author and hypnotherapist. However, Glenn has recently taken a diversion from hypnotherapy to focus on releasing music. Much of his work draws on…

Jodie H. Dunn’s ‘I Belong In Hell’

Having tried the talent show route in the past, talented singer-songwriter, Jodie H. Dunn has decided to take a more organic path to get her music out there. Now, after producing her first professionally recorded track, ‘I Belong In Hell’, Jodie has her eyes set on becoming the next home-grown music sensation. However, it hasn’t…

Pimlican: ‘Runaw’y’

Solo artist, Pimlican, has teamed up with a group of talented musicians to create his catchy new single, ‘Runaw’y’. The experienced musician blends a wide range of genres including R&B, dance and pop to form a unique, yet contemporary sound with urban influences. His strong song writing skills see him mixing killer hooks with colourful…

James Kennedy’s New Musical Direction

James Kennedy has been living the rock’n’roll lifestyle for a while now, but after constant touring with his alternative-rock band, Kyshera, he found that it was becoming difficult and unfortunately, began to suffer from depression. Despite this, James took a break which helped him gather his thoughts and led to him writing and recording his…