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Sad Night Dynamite - Mountain Jack
Barely in their twenties, Sad Night Dynamite are back with their third track 'Mountain Jack' as they continue to be hotly tipped across the boards.
'Mountain Jack' is an immersive window into the elements Sad Night Dynamite delve in as they captivate listeners through genre-defying modern pop with bonds of hip-hop. "Mountain Jack, was written at the top of a really, really high mountain," said the boys. "I think the song is about being stretched in lots of different directions. Although your body might be in a studio, your head is somewhere else. In this case, up a mountain.”
The duos complex mix of sounds and storytelling is an experimental game changer to the music industry that's visually creepy yet intriguing.
TOKKY HORROR - Demonoid Phenomenon
UK virtual hardcore collective have continued to bring electronic punk to our doors with their special Halloween single cover version of Rob Zombie's ghoulish track 'Demonoid Phenomenon'.
Alongside their well-crafted cover also sees yet another Tokky original track in the form of 'Sleeper'; with both tracks boasting a revamped brand. Commenting on the release, founding member and producer Zee Davine said: "This was something I’d always wanted to do— any one who saw Queen Zee knows I love a cover. So f*ck it, here you go, riff out to Zombie and spend Halloween dancing around your bedroom.”
As the crew continue to shake up the industry, Tokky Horror are looking forward to what the future holds.
cln - Sunbeams
Formerly known as Callan Alexander, cln creates the perfect soundtrack for those lazy Sunday afternoons with 'Sunbeams' through dreamy productions and chilled atmosphere.
Gentle sprinkles of beats that flow alongside soothing vocals, cln create a blissful journey of sound that is infused with a climatic drop bringing the single to life. Speaking about the single cln said: “I really enjoyed making this song from a production perspective. There are three sections that sonically are super different, but still with recurring sounds and themes that go on throughout the piece."
With a series of nostalgic singles to his name, cln has promised more new music on its way.
Davidly - By Your Side (On Facetime)
Drawing influences from the likes of LANY and Billie Eilish, Davidly shares a taste of his new music with 'By Your Side (On Facetime)'.
Through his approach to indie-pop, Davidly has continued to grow into his element that is connecting with his listeners. In discussing the new single, Davidly said: "By Your Side (on facetime) is a take on the back and forths of being in a long-distance relationship. This song articulates the feelings of pointlessness, true love, disappointment, hope, and confusion that comes along with a long-distance relationship, and how we cope with them in different and crazy ways.”
Hailing through the ranks of Vancouver, Washington, Davidly goal is to create music that inspires others.
ILON - CATCH-22
At only 21-year-old, the singer-songwriter has already collaborated with the likes of Finneas to JC Stewart and shes back with second single 'Catch-22'.
Playful yet open sounds that hit home with magnetic hooks; 'Catch-22' shows of ILON's versatility vocals as she explores the pitfalls of modern romance through detailed lyricism. Speaking about the single ILON explained: " “Despite acknowledging every little fault in the relationship, you can’t seem to take the leap to move on from it. The fear of not knowing what’s on the other side of it has got you wrapped around its finger. You’d rather be miserable than end up alone."
Like 'selfish love', 'catch-22' is the latest product of the Nordic artist who is line to make an international impact with a new offering to music.