New Track: Hate – Nicki Knightz

East London rapper NICKI KNIGHTZ drops lead single,  ‘HATE’, coming from her forthcoming, debut project of the same name.

Setting the tone for the forthcoming project, ‘HATE’ boasts a braggadocious bass, where the newcomer vents some home truths in what has happened in the past, and how it made her a stronger person.

‘HATE’ can be described as an anthem for every ‘misfit’ who has received hate for being different, for having a voice and, most importantly, having the courage to stand up for themselves.

So if this is the story of your life, well this bad boy production will sit very well in your collection…check it out…

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Upcoming Release: Stand Up – Alice Night Circus

Julia Scott, the brainchild behind ALICE’S NIGHT CIRCUS delivers an upcoming piece that’s (personally) totally unexpected and angelically pure…

With the organ leading to explosive soundscapes, boasting gentle pop sensibilities and the guitar providing a soft rock – ish vibe, ‘Stand Up’, showcases the Sheffield singer’s gentile vocal instrumental which – out of nowhere – roars with intense power that is arguably on par with the likes of Florence and The Machine and Carrie Underwood.

‘Stand Up’ will be out from 25th August on all download/streaming sites. Have a listen to this truly stunning single that will send your entire body into shock of excitement….

New Track: Nobody – Golda

The elusive act GOLDA follows up ‘NsfW’ and ‘Villian’ with the self-assured release ‘Nobody’, via tastemaker label Majestic Casual.

His latest release offers up sizzling yet ethereal soundscape of Lo-Fi drumbeats textured with hints of 90s R&B, aiming to chase away the darkness with confident atmospheric chords and verbal self-reassurance.

With a sound that has drawn comparisons to music icons such as Frank Ocean, The Weeknd and Miguel, GOLDA welcomes the listener into a world of dark and grotesque R&B, drowning in sonic percussion and sub-bass. ‘Nobody’ is set to be the most hip-hop-esque track, offering both lyrical and atmospheric substance.

With the imminent release of debut EP ‘The GOLDA Complex’ and a string of eclectic singles behind them, which have been supported by tastemaker platforms including Complex, This Song Is Sick and Kaltblut Magazine, the faceless act relay vivacious stories of inner conflict, vicarious satisfaction and loss of control. Come along for the ride…