romderful
New Music Jul 12  |  

Stream ROMderful and FS Green’s remix of Anderson .Paak’s “Come Down”

Birmingham meets Amsterdam as fellow experimental producers ROMderful and FS Green team up for a surging, melody-driven remix of Anderson .Paak‘s Malibu standout track, “Come Down.” The original is a powerful product within itself, but this version might have even more kick to it. Stream ROMderful and FS Green’s “Come Down” remix below, and download . . .

Poison
New Music May 31  |  

ROMderful chops up Bell Biv Devoe for “She’s Poison”

ROMderful, also known as “the artist formerly known as R.O.M.,” saw fit to chop up Bell Biv Devoe’s “Poison” in a way that only he can. The result is “She’s Poison,” a bouncy, synth-filled romp that deserves inclusion on all of your summertime playlists. Stream “She’s Poison” below.

Here

Maydien & ROMderful’s “Here” is a testament to perseverance (Premiere)

Dutch vocalist Maydien and U.K.-based producer ROMderful, also known as R.O.M., are a fitting duo on their ambient new release, “Here.” ROMderful’s bouncy, melodically driven production serves as an ample backdrop for Maydien’s elastic delivery, which toes the line gracefully between singing and rapping. The production has a slightly ominous feel to it, with guitar . . .

Revelation
New Music Jun 6  |  

IAMNOBODI – “Revelation / Untitled”

With his latest release, “Revelation / Untitled,” IAMNOBODI has patched together multiple instrumentals that have different feels but all manage to feel like different audio manifestations of a silky smooth pillow. The track is far from a solo effort, as it includes artistic efforts from the likes of Emmavie, ROMderful, James Blake, RALPHREAL, and Brian . . .

Henny & Skittles

R.O.M – “Henny & Skittles” (AM Mix + Interview)

It’s been a while. Since our last guest mix, that is. We had to make sure this one was something special. To do so, we called upon our Birmingham, England-based friend R.O.M to create Henny & Skittles, a new Artistic Manifesto guest mix that lives up to its name while allowing him to represent his . . .