popNude, Snowk - Lost Soulf (featuring Froya)
After creating 5 EPs and having his first LP released on Kartell’s label, Nude returns a second time accompanied by the Japanese electronic duoSnowk and Malaysian singer-songwriter/producerFroya. « Not Yours »their first successful cross-nation collaboration was signed to KITSUNE in April and featured on over 28 major Spotify Editorial playlists across the world. This fuelled their next collaboration« Lost Soul », another release from the three distinctive artists with different origins, aspirations and inspirations being driven by the same passion.
Poised and lavishly dreamy, « Lost Soul » is filled with colourful vibes from Froya’s soaring voice and haunting lyrics.
Driven by powerful synths and electrifying rhythm. « Lost Soul » is a breathtaking electronic gem that should not to be missed!
Nude, Snowk - Lost Soul (Feat. Froya)22 Jun
allFhin - fallin fallin (featuring sahara)
Fhin reveals with fallin fallin the 4th single from his album to be released on October 30th.
He offers here an electronic ballad on which piano and synthesizers are mixed together, featuring the Canadian singer sahara. The title is inspired by an exploration of Fhin's lucid dream on a winter night in 2019 when the producer "fell endlessly into terrifying obscurity".
The track features the producer's cherished influences and a gentle, dreamlike atmosphere.
Fhin - fallin fallin (feat. sahara)06 May
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popFhin - Lights Would Be Better
After the singles 'Trauma' and 'I'll Figure It Out', Fhin unveils "Lights Would Be Better", evoking his memories of a childhood spent in hospitals. A desperate need to escape from real life, the impatience of nightfall, where dreams seem more legitimate.
Like his minnow eyes, the singer, producer and musician Fhin has imagined for his productions a sound with multiple colours mixing neo-soul (James Blake, Bon Iver), progressive/alternative (Pink Floyd, Radiohead) and electronic (Flume, Disclosure) influences. Intertwining the feminine and the masculine in the treatment of his voice.
After performing at festivals such as We love Green and Cabourg mon Amour, he starts a sensation with his cover of the rock opera Starmania "Quand on Arrive en Ville", described by Konbini as "a little jewel cut into a pop piece, elegant and modern, which is a pleasant way of announcing the sequel".