Mac Miller creates meek beauty among soul infusions and urban landscapes. Faces is one of those hiphop albums that brings a level of honesty through progressive lines and high-quality arrangement.
After working on this mixtape for quite some time, Mac Miller treats old and new fans with 24 hiphop pieces that features some collaborations with artists such as Schoolboy Q, Sir Michael Rocks, Earl Sweathshirt, Rick Ross, Mike Jones, Vince Staples, and Da$h. The collection consists of new songs, except for the recently released single Diablo.
The Early Reset enthralls pop rock fans in Full Potential EP . Blasting with intricate instrumentation polished into shiny pristine notes, the five tracks in this album supercharges the listeners into a one-of-a-kind musical sensation.
The Early Reset was created by singer/songwriter Steven Arthur four years ago, but went on a temporary hiatus after he moved to Hawaii.Read More
Grab your surfboard and get ready to be stoked in Brandon Howard aka BARUKH‘s latest album, SURF. By using a simple but winning formula of crisp wordplay and infectious arrangement to match, the album let’s listeners ride in waves of energetic hiphop tunes that are focused on positivism and creating music for the mind.Read More
Lilly Wolf amps up the rave with This Painted, a collection of trip-hop dance tunes that trigger the right amount of high to get you moving on the dance floor.
Hailing from Brooklyn, Lilly Wolf is the musical project of Lilly Wolf herself and Alex Neuhausen a.k.a. Dr. Nu. The duo creates infectious dance pop tracks that infuses hard-hitting beats into electronic music.Read More
Tei Shi‘s debut offering, Saudade, puts the spotlight on homegrown genre-less sound. With an affinity towards lush dream pop and airy 90s R&B, the indie songstress from Vancouver creates her music in a bubble of minimal yet haunting soundscapes, separating herself from the cultural sameness of the current sonic trends.Read More