Taylor B-W’s latest track ‘I’m So Broke’ is a conversational song primed with a plucky bassline, melodic R&B swagger and a signature West Coast whistle. Continuing her dedication to the ’90s revival – as we saw in previous track ‘Nunchucks’ – Taylor B-W is combining modern electro-pop influences with the nostalgia of ’90s hip hop and R&B to create bouncy, playful tunes that speak to you on both a physical and emotional level. Read on to stream Taylor B-W’s brand new single ‘I’m So Broke’ before its official release on 9 July.
Jarring, sexy, and thick as f*ck. Ban Micah’s latest track ‘Anime Eyes’ is a provocative flow wrapped up in an even more seductive beat. As he personifies the bad boy that melts away your resolve, Ban Micah’s track is two and half minutes of juicy, irresistible allure. We had a chat with Ban Micah about lockdown, what’s coming up next, and who might’ve been on his mind when writing ‘Anime Eyes’…
‘Wonder’ is the latest release from American future-funk producer Yung Bae that forcibly demands your attention in all the right ways. Amidst a sonic waterfall of magic, and a bit of that signature James Bond-style soundtrack intensity, Wonder is absolutely glowing. Throw in the infatuating vocals of Californian rapper Channel Tres, and you’ve got an orgasmic whirlwind of chunky beats that is undeniably lustrous.
The enigmatic and inimitable BLESSED has made a return with his latest in genre-bending tracks. Something To Believe In continues to see BLESSED shaking up traditional music expectations through his compelling compositions, while also tackling the emotional numbness that falls upon us when our hardships go unnoticed and our problems stay unchanged.
Following the release of his latest track Trophy, it’s clear that 21-year-old Sydney hip-hop artist Lanstan is taking the local scene by storm. With an enviable confidence, a talent for introspective expression, and a unique genre-bending vision, Lanstan is carving out a clear space for himself in the modern hip-hop world. We had a chat with him about his songwriting, music journey, and the gaping hole left by the live music scene in 2020.
Falling Star holds pride of place in capping off Bootleg Rascal’s staggered release for their EP, Collaborations of Very Isolated Delinquents ’19. The ultra smooth drums carry the steady groove throughout the whole track, but it’s the crisp, clean vocals and retro riffs that have us swaying to the speakers.