Danya Vodovoz is a producer from Hannover, Germany, and his latest single, ‘The Dealer’, is an 80s/new wave inspired song, with music video to match. Shot in rural Australia by young director Braden McDonald, the clip makes good use of foggy streets and gloomy fields, late at night, in order to evoke a ghostly feeling.
In ‘I.C.E. At The Door’, Sanya N’Kanta makes a statement of radical compassion to all those who are facing this daily. Not satisfied to look away from I.C.E.’s ruthless methods, he broods over a beautiful beat, calling for justice, humanity, and overall, common decency. Sanya N’Kanta uses his platform for good; he follows in a long tradition of other reggae artists who have done likewise.
There is a horrible stain on the honour of the United States, with regard to violence against people of colour. We’ve seen this so much in recent weeks, with peaceful protests to bring about human rights changes, and to commemorate the names of those who have died at the hands of police – among many others, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland, Ahmaud Arbery – and to bring those murderers to justice.
Set for release on 28 February, ‘Lemme Go’ is the latest single from progressive house producer, Netanya. A new edit of his hit track, which reached 100,000 streams in the first five months of its release, the original inspiration was taken from the dance and house music trends that were popular back in 2016.
We’ve been following Nya’s career for a number of years now, starting with her single, ‘Let Go’, back in September 2017, right up to her EP, ‘Southland’, which she released last August. Now she returns with new track, ‘Love You To Death’, with all the soul, passion, and presence that we’ve come to love from the singer who is originally from Florida, but nowadays divides her time between New York, and Los Angeles.