On the producer's latest project, he expands into singing and crooning, candidly tackling the complicated process of finding one's place in the world over his own cozy production, Chris Daly writes.
The multi-hyphenate artist's latest album, Fine Tune is a handful of solo tracks fleshed out by a who’s who of today’s nu jazz elite, Chris Daly writes.
Chris Daly connects with Kid Koala over Zoom to learn about his newest album and its board game.
Chris Daly shares his brief thoughts on what makes DJ Platurn's latest, 'Doce Galaxias' such a fun and rewarding listen.
Chris Daly connects with Son Lux, the collective behind one of the year's best soundtracks to one of the year's best movies.
As there isn’t a well established indigenous hip-hop scene (yet), it’s hard to pigeonhole Snotty Nose Rez Kids' sound, which arguably is a good thing, Chris Daly writes.
FKJ's second full-length album further establishes him as a purveyor of music that never fails to percolate, Chris Daly writes.
Chris Daly speaks to Chris Alfaro, aka Free the Robots about moving to the Philippines, his inspirations, his Filipino roots and more.
OME is no stranger to the posse cut. On his latest, he maintains the continuity of playing well with others, writes Chris Daly.
Luminary lo-fi labels Friends of Friends and Chillhop pair up to launch their first collaborative project. It's bound to put a smile on your face.