Albums | Late Night Therapy releases “Through Your Eyes”

Posted by on February 14, 2023

Australian produce Late Night Therapy returns on the scene with his new single “Through Your Eyes” and it’s a smash. Creating his own unique blend of electronic music with progressive house elements, in a similar lane to Golden Features, Running Touch and RUFUS DU SOL. Listen to the song above now and read a quote from the artist on the drop below now!

I wrote this song as an ode to the act of making music itself. The line heard in the intro “Take me there” is referring to the mental flow state I’mtaken to whilst making music. Music for me is an outlet more than anything else.In order to be myself, I need to get in the studio and create. It’s something that I just haveto do, like a typeof Therapy.” ~ Late Night Therapy

Hip-Hop | ICEBERG BLACK drops ‘Spaceships & Hoodbitches’

Posted by on December 8, 2021

Iceberg Black – also known as “Ice” – has carved out a lane of his own style of unique hip-hop by his using his own self-produced beats that feature sparse melodies and booming 808s with prolific work rate aside from a distinctively gritty sound. His video for the track “Spaceships & Hoodbitches” was made by renowned director Shomi Patwary, the video takes viewers on a futuristic journey through Iceberg Black’s hometown, as he flexes in dapper attire and fancy cars. The video feels otherworldly and perfectly complements the track, which feels and sounds well ahead of its time. This one is tons of fun and super catchy!

House | GODAMN Drops Electrifying House EP “More Than” ON French Label

Posted by on February 1, 2018

Swiss duo GODAMN is generating quite a buzz in their brief time together. Since launching in 2017 they’ve already received the admiration and support of Angelz, Don Diablo, Jauz, Malaa, and TCHAMI. After dropping their SoundCloud hit “Messin’” on Confession’s Alchemy 2 compilation in September, GODAMN is back with the two-track MORE THAN EP. The lead track “More Than Enough” boasts a hypnotic bass house track, lush female vocals, and effective use of filters throughout to build the energy of the song. The second track “Pretend” rounds things out with a strong, upbeat G-house vibe. The end result is a short, powerful listen from this promising new act.