Check out the new music video for, 'Can't Get Through To You', the single described by EARMILK as a 'pop masterpiece'.
New Music: our latest June releases
- 10 Jun
Grooving soul, suspense-filled strings, luxuriant orchestra and retro US rock
Matt Goodman, aka Matti Roots, is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose musical influence has touched Wiley, Ms. Dynamite and Terri Walker. He's also crafted remixes of artists including Natasha Bedingfield and Justin Timberlake and has amassed thousands of streams on Spotify.
His new album is a mix of uptempo, slick, 60s-style, funky 70s-influenced and driving modern soul.
Julian Emery is a master of alt-rock, heartland US rock and electronic rock albums and produced the eponymous album for alt-rockers Nothing But Thieves, as well as albums for Airways and McFly.
'West Coast Rock' expertly showcases a mix of retro US rock moods from foot-stomping to highway cruisin'.
Paul Mottram's composing catalogue covers every genre from classical to jazz and concert music. Paul orchestrated on film projects including 'Chaplin', 'Shirley Valentine' and 'Rain Man', before moving into composing. Paul's tracks have been used on commercials as well as notable TV hits like ‘The Great British Bake Off', 'QI' and 'Downton Abbey'.
'Hopeful Progress' offers warm, luxuriant orchestration with powerful, heroic builds and stately, triumphant conclusions.
Matthew Slater has two decades' experience in composing for the film and TV industry, across a huge variety of styles and genres. ITV, BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and numerous international stations have all broadcast Matthew's work across the world, including the global success of ITV's series 'Endeavour'.
Matthew's album 'On a Knife Edge' combines heroic, soaring brass with tense, orchestral hybrid builds to create action and epic finales.
Journey through hip hop's golden age, with funky instrumentals featuring guitars and soaring horns giving way to swaggering beats with driving bass and DJ scratching. Then chill out to laid-back, hazy beats with piano, horn stabs and sax flourishes.
Happy-go-lucky orchestral fun – from mischievous 1950s comedy with bustling strings, capers with cheeky woodwind, cartoonish cat and mouse-influenced themes to devious dramedy and stealthy pizzicato.
Epic orchestral with soaring choirs, stirring strings, driving electro elements and haunting duduk, which makes way for futuristic, swooping sub drops over electro beats. Glitched orchestras and distorted bass are unleashed over deep subs and edgy synths.
Hazy, atmospheric guitars and emotional strings join forces with reflective, pulsing ambient guitars and celestial textures. Warm guitars over textured pads and analogue synths evoke expansive soundscapes.
Discover new music, where you listen to it most
Watch the live session for Annie Drury's stunning new single, 'You Took Me Dancing'. Available to stream now