Month: November 2019

Mothica shares brooding and intimate single ‘NOW’

Hailing from the suburbs of Oklahoma, Mothica is the audio/visual project of McEnzie Ellis, who proves time and time again an effortless display of raw emotion and vulnerability. Combining upbeat, synth-infused production with lyrics that reflect dark life experiences, Mothica has crafted a distinctive artistic image for herself which seem worlds away from her SoundCloud …

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EDEN proves himself to be a musical chameleon once again with ‘projector’

EDEN (aka Jonathon Ng) is an Irish singer/songwriter/producer who, at just age 23 has already had more stylistic transitions than many artists do throughout their entire career. Initially releasing music under the alias ‘The Eden Project’, Ng started off by producing music that could only really be classed as EDM. Between 2013 and 2015, The …

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Max Cooper masters cross-boundary contemporary electronica on ‘Aleph 2’

Max Cooper returns with ‘Aleph 2’, another stunning example of skillful minimalist electronica taken from his upcoming album and visual project Yearning for the Infinite. A more intense and cacophonous track, ‘Aleph 2’ features drummer Adam Betts, along with an extraordinary mix of distorted synth. ‘Aleph 2’ is a slow burner – starting with softer, …

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Tourist takes us on an expansive journey in his latest album ‘Wild’

Coming as an unexpected but wilfully welcomed second release this year following Everyday back in February, Tourist has crafted a cohesively compact yet wistfully curious blend of tracks in his newest album Wild. Tourist has found the musical recipe that works for him, the ten-track ingredient list as a fool proof floating framework on which …

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Daithí exceeds all expectation with introspective ‘L.O.S.S.’

Any feeling of loss requires time to heal. For the renowned Irish musician and producer Daithí Ó Drónaí (known simply as Daithí on stage), the process of healing took him right off the grid into rural France and takes us the listener into an unexplored corner of his own self. ‘Orange’, featuring long-time collaborator Sinead …

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