Albums | Stockholm-based singer and songwriter Patrik Jean returns with “Consequence”

Posted by on November 20, 2020

Produced by Herman Gardarfve, Patrik Jean’s new single “Consequence” showcases more bright and soaring vibes for his music. Filled with rich and dynamic production, a sweeping melody, and his own powerful vocals, this new delight is well worth checking out, Tune in above now. Speaking about his new song, he said, “Sometimes after a bad break-up, you kind of give up on love. This song describes that feeling, and I’ve felt it a few times too many. But somehow you always come back to the day when you’re ready again. That’s the good consequence of love.

Hip-Hop | Dylan Joshua drops self-titled V&B track “can’t stay”

Posted by on October 4, 2020

Dylan Joshua has returned with a new relationship influenced single entitled “can’t stay.” Not one to be penned into strict genres of hip-hop or RnB, Dylan’s art could be defined at V&B – vibes and blues. The track creates the perfect balance of cool and dreamy vibes that maintains a spellbinding stream of consciousness that is effortlessly and melodically performed. The somewhat sad, somewhat real tune is about the end of a relationship and how tricky it can sometimes be to finally leave. See a quote via Joshua below and stream the song above now.

can’t stay is the honest truth of me realizing the ending of a relationship and my thoughts on it. A lot of the music I make I just make for myself, I don’t write with the intention to put it out, so with my music, listeners are really just getting the true stream of thought of what I’m dealing with. Hopefully it opens up conversations for people to talk more about the issues they’re going through, unlike I did. I know for me personally, especially when things aren’t working out in a relationship it takes a toll because it’s like fighting a secret war. You don’t wanna show anyone there’s trouble in paradise so you kind of bottle it up. Thankfully I have music as an outlet but to the people out there who don’t it’s definitely a struggle I empathize with. It can be very draining”

Alternative, Indie | Scott Helman Gets Emotional in “Papa” Music Video

Posted by on August 6, 2020

“Papa” is the first piece of music off of Scott Helman’s forthcoming Nonsuch Park – an album series – will be released on September 4. Papa” is a new single and music video that shows home videos of Helman and his family over the years, and also shows his emotional reactions to some of the clips. The song was dedicated to his late grandfather. Check out a quote from the rising artist below and watch his video above now. Keep your eyes peeled for his upcoming album series, Nonsuch Park, due out on September 4th!

“This album is mostly about me – my changes, my growth, my hardships, my celebrations, my fears, my courage and my love,” says Scott. “It encapsulates many of the winding roads of my life, how they’ve diverged and converged to create a tapestry, and it documents the lessons that tapestry has taught me. If each person has a sanctuary within – a place they can return to where things make sense, where the tides are kind, where colours are bright and their lives feel meaningful – I think we all have a physical destination too where those things manifest. For me that place was the large park just down the road from my Papa’s house in Sutton, UK – Nonsuch Park. It was here where we would walk and cackle at awful jokes, lean in for the stories, make peace with our busy lives and draw meaning from the lessons we had learned since our last visit (made all the more powerful by the fact that we only had a couple more days together). If my past works have been displays of discovery, this work is a declaration – a declaration of love, meaning, questions and truth, and it is all dedicated to you, Papa. Thank you for helping me piece together the fragments of my life and giving me the space to do it.”

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House | tyDi goes deep with ‘Kind Of Love’

Posted by on May 22, 2019


tyDi from down under brings the club vibes to Rat City’s ‘Kind Of Love,’ and we got it covered for you on Hump day. Going piano house, tyDi isolates Isak Heim’s vocals for a moody and authentic delivery on the hook “can’t take that kind of love….” and I love it. Memorial day weekend is just 2 days away, make sure you throw this one on your playlist, it’s poolside and BBQ ready, let’s go, this is a must listen!

Electronic | Attlas writer Wilsonn adds a luscious vocal to SteLouse’s periscope

Posted by on November 14, 2016

In a time where every aspiring producer breaks out with their unofficial remixes of bigger artists, it’s kind of surprising that a vocalist hasn’t really done that in electronic music. Enter the enigmatic Wilsonn. Known for co-writing Attlas’s breakout record ‘Kayla,’ Wilsonn borrows SteLouse’s Periscope, and turns it into a vocal masterpiece that’s begging to be an official release.  Pay attention.

Electronic | Kids At Midnight’s new single is gorgeous

Posted by on October 5, 2016

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Fresh off the release of her debut EP, Melbourne producer Kids At Midnight returns with a emotionally beautiful new single called ‘Turn It Off’. Get warm and fuzzy with this one folks as Kids At Midnight creates a beautiful uplifting vibe combined with atmospheric pads and gorgeous melodies. “This track is a pretty literal explanation of what it feels like to be completely out of our mind about someone, but kind of liking it,” says Kids At Midnight – and it really shows! This track is a must listen, so check it out now and be sure to show Kids At Midnight love and support.

Future House | Teddy Rose’s “Infuse” Keeping Future House Relevant

Posted by on October 5, 2016

I’ve sort of moved on to acts like Malaa or kind of found future house saturated as of late. But “Infuse” brings the spirit of the genre back into full-swing. Teddy Rose, based out of San Diego, focuses mostly on a future house sound, but just as bits of the genres shift over time (like any genre naturally), he stays with the times, putting his own innovations on the tune.

Teddy Rose is onto something for sure, if he begins networking strongly with others in his genre niche as well as got his tunes in the right hands, Teddy could quite possibly make it to the next level.

If you are in the SoCal area, try to catch Teddy Rose live and experience his world brought to it’s full potential.