Hailing from Brisbane, beat crafting aficionado and producer cln explores electro-R&B in his latest single, “Fade To Grey.” This atmospheric outline awakens downtempo dance music as it bleeds moody rhythms and flighty melodies. A barebones bass line allows his slackened vocals to rise from the grainy shadows embedded within. A breezy listen with mellow lyrical musings, “Fade To Grey” is a mellifluous feat from the versatile musician. Delivered with warmth and intellectuality, the impressive artist continues to forge his own path with each release. Get lost in this ethereal reflection of cln’s inner monologue.
Sydney-based producer ARONA MANE radiates a distinguished vision with each release. His latest offering, “Tell Me” featuring Maribelle is an intoxicating framework of electro-R&B. Effervescent and funky as hell, ARONA MANE delivers the kind of track that lights up psyche and lingers for days to come. Infectious hooks are embellished with inviting, tempered vocals that illuminate its distinct ability to balance a myriad of genres. Dancing fearlessly on the edge of modern disco and a never-before-heard sound, “Tell Me” is a dance-floor ready feat cascading an optimistic wave of resonance. Swathed in glamour and groove, ARONA MANE and Maribelle are brilliant on “Tell Me.” Tune in with us today on your preferred streaming platform.
NYC-dwelling visionary and electronic producer Aire Atlantica has been one of the most consistent artists in the elctro-fusion atmosphere in recent years. Continuously challenging his own innovation, Aire returns with his single, "Red Love” featuring Greg Aram. Moments of hip-hop roll gracefully alongside dreamy, digitally charming production. A blanket of a self-defined swagger encapsulates this swinging cut. Well balanced and enticing to boot, “Red Love” is a testament to Aire’s artistic depth and versatility.
Sydney-based electronic duo Hermitude returns in style with “Stupid World” boasting a sensual vocal feature from Bibi Bourelly. Influenced by the likes of J Dilla, Herbie Hancock, and Busta Rhymes, the charming duo blends hip hop cadences with electro-pop aromas to create a signature ebb and flow. “Stupid World” is a boisterous beat- optimistic and unfettered. Each swift transition is complimented by echoing chambers of charismatic energy, illuminating the power of artistic synchronicity. “Stupid World” is Hermitude at their finest, join us as we heat up with this stirring framework of vibrant soundscapes.
A slackened sensuality oscillates DELIA DANE in her latest single, “Kinda Nice.” Formerly known as DVWEZ, the Florida-born, NYC-hustling songstress is unapologetically herself, balancing easy, indie-electro reverb with a succinct R&B cadence. Her velvet vocals breathe life into an experimental, down-tempo hip-hop beat. Balancing the fine line between ethereal and profoundly grounded, “Kinda Nice” is laced together with a strong feminine presence- both seductive and empowering. At the heels of her well-received 2017 Paradise EP DELIA DANE shows no signs of slowing down. Dripping in a self-defined swagger, this rhythmic siren is one to watch.
Critically acclaimed and described as “Gallant meets Frank Ocean on Nikes,” Nashville’s own R.LUM.R returns in a proper r&b fashion per his latest release, “With My Words.” The rising star was just pinned as direct support for Louis The Child’s nation-wide tour kicking off in November. His latest joint is a breezy, soul saturated outline of optimistic production and insightful lyricism. Redefining the notion of swagger, R.LUM.R is shaping up to be one of the most exciting contemporary pop-R&B acts this year. Lush and inviting, “With My Words” yields a radiant, easy aura. Nikes on, volume up- watch this space for more from R.LUM.R
Philanthropist, creator, designer, rapper, producer- these are a mere facet of the long list of terms one could call Mod Sun. A household name in dance music, hip hop, and R&B, Mod Sun shows no signs of slowing down. His latest release, “Burning Up,” released via Filthy Fangs is a robust r&b masterpiece. Founded Mod Sun’s girlfriend, former Disney star turned “it girl,” Filthy Fangs is the brain child of the eccentric Bella Thorne. Drawing influence from contemporary hip-hop and fusing it with a unique take on electro-pop this track is nothing short of dynamic. Both flamboyant and poetic, Mod Sun is unapologetically himself in “Burning Up.” The rapper/ producer also just announced his nation-wide fall tour, and you can get your tickets here. Stay tuned for more from Filthy Fangs, and this modern day renaissance man.
Swathed in the sounds of gold, Thai songstress Pyra returns with her latest single, “Regret Me.” Combining ancient world sounds with modern dance music, the lyrical siren radiates a radical elegance. “Regret Me” boasts chopped production that skips atop a vibrant beat like a stone on water. Stitched together with a DNA of ominous glamour, Prya’s fluid, vocal strut can not be overstated. A labyrinth of digital production transforms into a mosaic colored by her seductive, stormy voice. Her coolness comes with a sense of wisdom, and ease. Lose yourself in this psychedelic crossover of temptation and rhythm.
Celebrating the echoing soundscapes of indie electronic music, Berkeley-based producer Emmit Fenn returns in an R&B-esque fashion with his latest drop, “Without You” featuring Drew Love. Defined by a slackened cadence and seductive lyricism, the duo showcases a deep sense of synchronicity. Revered not only for his mellow take on dance music, Emmit’s poetic vocals simultaneously stand as a pillar in his signature aesthetic. “Without You” is as tranquil as it is prolific. The silvery outline pays tribute to music that reaches far beyond the influence of everyday electronic production. The echoing lyricism coincides like a yin and yang with the production- giving rise to each other as they aesthetically interrelate. Polished and fluid, “Without You” stands at the apex of indie-R&B. Emmit, Drew, we're listening.