Montefalcone, ‘Duvet’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With his new release, ‘Duvet’, Montefalcone is sending a shockwave through the classical space.

Montefalcone
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The Switzerland composer and music maker seizes us with this allure and slowly transports us to quiet pleasures. His music harkens back to former decades, and it’s simple to reminisce about happier periods in one’s life when listening to it. The music is dynamic, and the heartfelt emotion oozing from it tugs at the heartstrings.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: Montefalcone.

Fèroce and Just Isaiah, ‘Get To The Money’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Fèroce and Just Isaiah, two British rappers, team up for their new single, ‘Get To The Money.’ It’s a song that speaks for many people, and it hits home right away with an empowering message for everyone to enjoy.

Fèroce
@ Fèroce

The East London-based duo push the boundaries with a sound that takes cues from the finest, such as Skepta, but adds its own twist. They despise maintaining the current quo, and it’s nice to see their vision emerge here.

Just Isaiah
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It’s lively, and the energy emitted by the production is difficult to resist. So much so that once it gets going, you’ll find it challenging to draw away, not that you’d want to.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: Fèroce and Just Isaiah.

Jennifer Porter, ‘Show Me Your Love’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Jennifer Porter, the blues and soul vocalist, can’t go wrong with her new single, ‘Show Me Your Love.’

Jennifer Porter

Compared to her critically lauded single, ‘Sun Come And Shine,’ it’s a track that takes a step back in terms of energy. However, the soundscape still has a lot of power flowing out of it that’s hard to ignore. Its ethereal flow also gives way to serenity, and Jennifer’s beautiful vocal performance contributes to the air’s calmness.

The music is just as captivating as the melody, and Jennifer delivers a fantastic keyboard performance that hooks you in right away.

You can take a listen below.


Photo Credit: Jennifer Poter.

Anesthis, ‘Prayer’

Words By Joey Rochert.

‘Prayer,’ by Anesthis, is the oeuvre that sticks out from the start with its unique appeal. Anesthis, who has been honing his craft for many years, rises to the occasion with energy here, showcasing his innate aptitude for putting together a magnificent piece.

Anesthis

The winding path-filled composition leads us on an exciting voyage with a soundscape that keeps us clutching like a biker’s mitt. It’s impossible not to be at ease when listening to the piano’s arrangement. Also, Anesthis’ ability to control the structure and be versatile too is impressive.

You can take a listen to ‘Prayer’ by Anesthis on Spotify below.


Photo Credit: Anesthis.

Jay Ebby East, ‘Supersonic’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With this new cover of the Oasis classic, Jay Ebby East returns even more supersonic than before.

Jay Ebby East

The Essex-born indie rock singer is in top form here, demonstrating why he is one of the most praised rock singers of our time. He has a unique approach to music, and while he keeps the track tight to the basis, he incorporates new components that give even more flair as the song goes.

Jay digs deep into his toolkit vocally and rises to the top with gold. Similarly, the production’s intensity is stimulating, and it’s difficult not to get dragged in as it approaches the melting point.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: Jay Ebby East.

Spectral Display, ‘You’re My Religion’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Spectral Display, the electronic pop band, still have the golden touch, as evidenced by their song ‘You’re My Religion.’

Spectral Display

It is clear from the start that this track will be a gripper, and it does not disappoint as the song progresses. Furthermore, a piano and synth loop pave the way for Paul Simon’s magnificent vocal performance. His vocals are top-class, and he possesses all of the necessary ingredients to propel this single to the top of the music realm.

The hook slaps the chops for all the right reasons, and the refrain is colossal. It satisfies our desire and causes a deep indent that draws us back time and time again.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: Spectral Display.

Raphael Klemm, ‘Sorry Dear World’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With his latest single, ‘Sorry Dear World,’ Raphael Klemm brings back nostalgic vibes. Furthermore, the release has a 90’s rock vibe, but there are plenty of new hooks to keep him current in today’s game.

Raphael Klemm

The entire track is musically engaging, and the chorus takes it to a whole new level of sophistication. The refrain’s hook is indenting, and Raphael backs it up with a captivating vocal delivery. He has a lot of energy and gives the bigger hits a run for their money in terms of performance.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: Raphael Klemm.

Kingdumb, ‘Fruity’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Kingdumb is back, and he drops electronic hooks and hip hop beats like there is no tomorrow. His new EP, ‘Fruity,’ caught our curiosity from the time it arrived in our mailbox, and we’ve been stuck on it ever since!

Kingdumb

Each track on this EP exemplifies the level of quality that this producer/songwriter has up his sleeve. His melodies are infectious, and he illustrates why he is one of the most exciting new producers to emerge from the UK in recent years. Also, ‘Fruity,’ is peppy and brings back an old school vibe that should never have departed!

Check it out below.


Artwork Credit: Kingdumb.

MXY, ‘Mind, Body & Soul’

Words By Joey Rochert.

MXY’s comeback single, ‘Mind, Body & Soul,’ is flying high. The Asian rapper from Bradford makes an appearance unlike any other!

MXY

The singer and music creator demonstrates her versatility here, unique and not afraid to push the envelope. She adopts a standard style in today’s game but adds a particular enthusiasm to create a post-genre vibe all her own. Her vocal tones enthral the ears, as does the music, which drips with excitement from beginning to end.

Check it out below.


Photo Credit: MXY.

Wayne Dreadski, ‘Da Candyman’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Wayne Dreadski, the Atlanta rnb and reggae musician, returns with a new track called “Da Candyman.” It’s one of those songs that will hook you from the first listen, and it contains something for everyone, making it even better.

Wayne Dreadski

The singer enters into a new area by fusing current hip hop with a reggae influence. He doesn’t sound too different from the contemporary chart, but his distinct approach makes him stand out. Also, his music has a particular framework, and he keeps the thrill going from beginning to end, all while providing an excellent vocal and storey.

Check it out below.


Listen to “Wayne Dreadski_Da CandyMan” on Spreaker.

Photo Credit: Wayne Dreaski.