‘Been There’ written and produced by Viscose is a fresh house-pop song that’s just in time for summer. Co-produced by Steve James, who has worked with Justin Bieber, Little Mix and Martin Garrix, the song sounds polished, slick and radio-ready.
As an LGBT artist, Viscose wants to make his mark on pop music and remind listeners where house music originated from. The song is about liberation, acceptance and not being afraid to put your needs before others. Essentially a self-care anthem. This is only the beginning of what Viscose has planned for this year.
Viscose is an up and coming electronic pop artist. Stemming from the tones of Gaga, Kylie Minogue and Rationale. Viscose’s sound is danceable and full of groove. He is studying songwriting in BIMM and has been producing and writing music since he was 11 years old. Viscose is on a mission to revive POP music in today’s music scene!
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Berlin-Based producer and songwriter LO returns this January with the first track from his brand new album, showcasing a shift in direction for the enigmatic and versatile artist. Since emerging onto the scene in the early 2000’s, he’s gone on to build a fanbase worldwide for his unique approach to electronic music. His sound draws on the influences of his upbringing, leaning on elements of Bass Music, Future Garage and ambient. His blend of styles has led to over 14 Million Streams on Spotify worldwide. In the last few years, LO has not only showcased his undeniable musical talent but also his prolific ability to create and his unfathomable work ethic. Since 2015, he’s released on labels such as Cascade Records, Mixmash, Loveless Records and Majestic Casual. His music has also led to support from some of the biggest curators in the scene including The Sound You Need, Eton Messy, The Vibe Guide and DYNMK. The new single ‘Blu’ signals a new direction for the electronic producer, for the first time incorporating his own vocals into his productions. It’s a low-tempo journey through warm analogue synths and electronic percussion, rich in emotion and a vulnerability that’s a new element of the Berlin producers repertoire. “Love is a strange thing and break ups are even stranger. BLU talks about this feeling of someone still having power over your thoughts and actions long after they have departed. The universal dilemma of the head versus the heart. “
‘Domestic Wars’ is yet another explosion of colour and sound from the team of artist Nathan Mac and producer Brian Dwyer. This time however, it comes with a vocal twist, by the name of Emily Hazel… aka: Nathan’s little sister.
This brother and sister combination blend intricate harmonies and punchy vocal delivery for a song with too much energy for one artist to handle. Accompanied by strings, brass, synths, and enough rhythm to knock your socks off, Nathan Mac and Emily Haze are ending 2020 with a bang!
Strange and violent metaphors bounce back between the two singers, caught in a fight that neither of them want to be in. Domestic Wars hits hard with lyrics from every argument you’ve ever been through. “I refuse to clean up after you” becomes an angry anthem for everyone who’s had enough of someone’s s**t!
One year and 4 singles in, the ‘Start of Something Blue’ is starting to find its shape and style. With a new single to be released every two months throughout 2021, Nathan has a lot to contend with as an independent artist… but this debut album has already begun to launch the name Nathan Mac into the hearts and minds of people around the world.
Nathan Mac is a songwriter of consolation, content to be slightly forlorn… With a colourful history of circus performance and stagecraft, Nathan has taken his flair for the spectacular and built a whole new world of ‘Cinematic Pop’!
Releasing his fourth single in the last moments of 2020, he’s breaking out of this strange year and into 2021 with an ambitious goal… to finish his ‘Start of Something Blue’ album… and celebrate with a very unique surprise. After claiming accolades throughout 2020, his next year is lining up to be bigger than ever. We can only imagine that 2021 will be the year of Nathan Mac.
Emily Hazel is a young voice of Dublin! With her eyes set on pursuits in ‘child psychology’ she has dipped her toe into the ocean of performance to help her brother out when he needed it… and who knows, maybe she will be swept away by the tides.
From an early age the maturity of her voice had sunk in, performing with her brother during his time at BIMM and holding her own against vocalists twice her age. Now, as she breaks out in her first single, she doesn’t fail to do the same.
The siblings, both living together in Dublin, are always singing together. Nathan has written multiple songs for them, and they could release another hit at any time… you’ll just have to watch and wait on social media.
When asked about working with his sister, Nathan had this to say:
“I love my sister to bits. She’s one of the most talented singers I know, and I knew instantly that I wouldn’t have enough ‘attitude’ to pull this song off alone. Now it’s become a fan favourite, and I’m 100% sure that she’s the reason”
Dublin-based singer/songwriter/producer is set to release a new single, “Something On My Mind.” The song features layered guitars and contemporary bedroom-pop production. A low-fi beat compliments a catchy hook and creative sonic qualities. The song is the second release off of Dunluvly’s upcoming EP, “Plethora.”
Dunluvly says, “I wrote the track when I was in the decision making process of trying to move out. I was going a bit mad living at home with my family, and feeling mounting frustration at the impossibility of moving out in the county that I grew up in. The song expresses the agitation of wanting to fly the nest but feeling chained. It felt impossible to work to afford a place to live and also have the time to pursue creative endeavours.”
He goes on to say, “The main hook of the track is a looped melody that repeats quite a bit in the song. It mimics being caught in a mental loop and being haunted by the same recurring thoughts.”
The song was written, recorded, and produced by Dunluvly in his home studio, and he also plays all the instruments on the track. He says, “You hear of songs coming to musicians out of the blue. This is the first time I’ve had a song just appear.”
Dunluvly’s sound is rooted in psychedelic indie and traditional Irish music. His finger-style guitar and exploration of unorthodox sounds allow him to create a sonically rich experience, while showcasing strong songwriting throughout his work. His emotive vocals and skilful performance on a multitude of instruments create unique textures in his music.
Dunluvly started playing violin, piano, and guitar at a young age. In his teens, he started using production software and songwriting, and he studied music tech at Maynooth University. He released his Debut EP in 2018, and became active in the pub circuit. In 2019 Dunluvly became a three piece band. They played a headline show, released three singles, and gigged around Dublin until lockdown. He is currently gearing up for the release of his second EP, “Plethora.”