We kick off the month of May with some brilliant set of material from only the best producers from the underground. Take some time out and get with the program.


TADASHI – When You’re Ready.

Tadashi crafts a smoothing/ethereal soundscape in his new production titled “When You’re Ready”. He says “For all of you who feel like they were born on the wrong planet, you’re not alone. Stay strong y’all,”

underconnect – Mind on You

Underconnect comes through with a jazz-like beat that feels like something out of a romance flick from the 90s. Interesting piece of work so check it out.


Farnell Newton – Lofi and Chill.

Trumpeter Farnell Newton delivers “Lofi and Chill” which is a solid blend of jazz, hip-hop and soul. What makes it supreme is the mix of his trumpet skills too which gives it that nostalgic vibe that is totally undeniable. In the last few years, Farnell has been touring with 3 times Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Jill Scott and with the Legendary Rhinestone Rockstar Bassist Bootsy Collins.

Ellis H. – Fly

Ellis H is all about using music to paint pictures as evidenced on his new work titled “Fly”. The production bangs hard and is layered with weird strings and a quirky bassline to match. He says creating the beat was “…a fun experience for me because I was able to tell a story through music...” He adds that the beat dwells on  the journey of freedom and it’s new beginnings.”


David shouji – overcast

Producer David Shouji slows the tempo on his entry titled “Overcast”. He blends thick 808 kicks against a brooding soundscape and the result is something out of left-field. “Overcast” is the lead single off his sophomore instrumental project titled In half EP. He adds “It has the purpose of setting the mood for the following five songs and giving the listener a taste of my personal sound. Spring came extremely late to where I live this year, so the weather has been mostly rugged – something this track reflects on.”



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