Isaac is a rising synth-pop artist with a crisp-clean sound. His new single, “The Unknowns Blues”, appears to be his first major release. Already receiving positive feedback on SoundCloud, “The Unknowns Blues”
16 Knapper’s track “Zero Gravity” is nicely exemplary of the skills presented by the Norwegian instrumental hip-hop/electronic artist and producer, who has dug into music after several years living “the graffiti and
I consider this to be one of the highest-quality compilations released on OS, despite it being less stylistically eclectic than usual. For whatever reason this month, rock dominated. The first eight tracks here
Aubergine MACHINE impressed earlier this month with “Hostage“, an infectious track that found the electro duo paying homage to their ’90s trip-hop/neo-soul influences. Now the duo of Ian Carey and Shanti Ellis
Melbourne rockers Covers impressed last year with the track “The Automation“, which touted an infectious mixture of fuzzy synths, punchy guitars, and whirring keys. A proper comparison then was as if Blonde Redhead’s laid-back
Toronto-based Stevie Bucks is a 21-year-old hip-hop artist with a promising sound that touts an old-school flair, as evidenced on the personal “A Little Bit of Peace”. Opting for a sincere delivery over
“Playground Dreams” is a very infectious track from Paper Days, an indie-rock group out of sunny California with touches of garage-rock and post-punk. The latter two stylistic influences are particularly present in the
Chemists is the atmospheric electronic project of Virginia-based songwriter/producer Danny Bozella. On the gorgeous “Heirloom Luna”, his tranquil vocals sway over a psychedelic assortment of twinkling chimes, warm synth-pads, and obscured instrumental samples.