PREMIERE: Kevin Cartel – Breathe

Kevin Cartel is a promising young artist who’s beginning to make waves across the local Melbourne music scene. His latest release, ‘Breathe‘, presents a melancholic remedy for a tale of broken hearts.

Further, it hears Cartel vocalise his inner pain through electric melodies and trap-fused production, courtesy of AIRAVATA. Continue reading “PREMIERE: Kevin Cartel – Breathe”

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Nasty Mars & The Martians present their soft new lullaby ‘Chanel’

Nasty Mars has quickly established himself as of Melbourne’s most soulful hidden acts. With the backing of his band, The Martians, Nasty has orchestrated an authentic sonic into the local culture by experimenting with warm blues and jazz fuelled sounds.

This is evident on his latest release, ‘Chanel‘, a track which encloses a soft lullaby with moody instrumentation and soothing vocals. Continue reading “Nasty Mars & The Martians present their soft new lullaby ‘Chanel’”

PREMIERE: Jordan Astra – Nothing To Lose (feat. Mansa The Legend)

Jordan Astra has returned with the stunning follow-up visuals to assist his latest release ‘Nothing To Lose‘, which also features the fellow Melbourne-based artist, Mansa The Legend.

The captivating project embodies the feel-good ambience of the track and further brings it to life through an innovative and introspective visual narrative. Continue reading “PREMIERE: Jordan Astra – Nothing To Lose (feat. Mansa The Legend)”

Brandon Stone teamed up with Juñor for a Northside anthem, titled ‘Front 2 Back’

With his highly anticipated debut album ‘Northside Lullaby‘ set for release next month (June 7, 2019), Brandon Stone has returned with his buoyant new single, ‘Front 2 Back‘.

Teaming up with fellow Northside legend and Australian hip-hop pioneer, that is Juñor, the two unite for a playful anthem which combines heavy wordplay and animated flows. Continue reading “Brandon Stone teamed up with Juñor for a Northside anthem, titled ‘Front 2 Back’”

Meet Kavi and his compelling debut EP, ‘train tracks and bad dreams’

Hailing from South-East Melbourne, Karvesh Pillai, better known as Kavi, is a singer and songwriter with a knack for turning sad stories into catchy pop tunes.

The 21-year-old newcomer is a multidimensional artist capable of channelling thoughts of love, friendship, and growing pain induced frustration, into lyrics which embody raw honesty and vivid imagery. Continue reading “Meet Kavi and his compelling debut EP, ‘train tracks and bad dreams’”

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