“Tango For One” is Cehryl’s latest and once again showcases the chemistry between her poetic lyricism and warm, soothing instrumentation.
While Late Bloom felt like the perfect winter album, his newest single “40 In April” welcomes us into spring with versatile guitar work and jazzy keys.
The emergence of Francis Novotny is a delightful mystery filled with experimental production and strong vocals.
SoundCloud is a beautiful place, once you look around the flaws it carries due to the music industry. There’s so many artists on there that make you wonder whether you’re early or late to their party. Morgue is a singer from Phoenix and a prime example of one of these talents. I had not heard of . . .
MistaDC soaks in the shining light of love while facing the reality of its departure over jovial production by local producer Kyo-Ken.
Peyton’s soothing vocals blend perfectly with Bobby Earth’s soulful marriage of keys and guitar for this melancholic love letter.
Shrimpnose reels us into the “Darkness” with wobbly synthesizers and booming percussions, along with infectious, braggadocios performances by local artists.
Melanie Rosé paints vignettes of self-reflection and past relationships with her soulful vocals over nostalgic, buzzing production by Bassti.
Emay’s ‘Ilah’ is a masterful combination of the Ontario artist’s thoughtful songwriting, precise delivery and original, jagged production.
lojii & Swarvy team up for ‘DUE RENT’ and the first single faces the struggle head on with swagger-injected raps and an infectious flute-sample beat.