Goodbye ft Gonjasufi: Video premiere, plus new shirts and radio mixes

So happy to say that the video for “Goodbye”, our collabo track with Gonjasufi, just premiered via the good people of THE FADER.

The video by the decorated African film makers Shams Bhanji and Cyril Ducottet takes on the dark mood of the song and is built around a mystical ritual. The monochrome short movie was filmed in Uganda in a twisted & modern industrial look and, like all good movies, deals with life and death.

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IZZY MINTZ – “Black Mass”

Arizona’s Izzy Mintz touches down with the music video for his sleeper-hit “Black Mass,” featuring Vee Tha Rula. One of the MCs up and coming from the Southwest you should know about, Izzy Mintz is rivaled by few on a nationwide scale and is setting his sights high. “Black Mass” proves it, his talents coming home to roost, set against the stark, industrial backdrop of a Malaki Creative-directed visual.

His next single “GHOST” drops next week and there’s much more on the way – stay locked on Izzy Mintz.

Australian indie folk musicians Jackson Dyer releases Compartments EP

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Australian singer, songwriter and producer Jackson Dyer releases his Compartments EP), along with final single ‘Pariahs’. The single follows on from “Projection, Abstraction”, “The Absolute”, and “Steal Away”.

‘Pariahs’ is a song that questions how we can be so distant from each other, even of our neighbours, in an age of densely populated cities and social media. The most stripped back and folk – oriented song on the EP, it references Dyer’s previous works and focuses on lyrical imagery – Jackson Dyer.

Compartments is a distinct culmination of many months spent in the studio focusing on his songwriting and production.

‘Compartments’ is an EP of self-¬reflection that I wrote at a time when I faced a lot of uncertainty and questions about my place in the world. Far away from home, often spending long hours in my studio on the industrial outskirts of Berlin, it was a period of introspection when I experimented with production and songwriting. In this space, I wrestled with many of my misgivings about the music industry, the nature of humanity and my own personal motivations. The title ‘Compartments’ refers to the lyrics in ‘Pariahs’, which is about how close many people live to each other in cities and apartment blocks, but still lead very enclosed lives, unwilling to engage with even their neighbours. Ironically, I spent a long time in my own ‘Compartment’ writing these songs and it wasn’t until I collaborated with others that they really came alive.

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