TheSymphny – Moments

October 17

TheSymphny establishes himself as one of the most exciting artists to come out of South Africa with his stellar ‘Moments’ EP. The three-track project wonderfully encapsulates the rising artist’s poignant and self-reflective songwriting whilst sombre yet sophisticated soundscapes serve as the perfect backdrop to his endearing tones. With singles ‘Back To You’ and ‘Let You Go’, TheSymphny creates a soothing atmosphere, one that comforts and consoles from start to finish.

Grace-Attalie – Polluted

Originally from Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Grace-Attalie’s striking debut EP ‘Polluted’ is arguably one of the most intriguing and exciting things you’ll hear. Each of the project’s three brilliant and exploratory songs unravels and showcases a different layer to the singer/songwriter’s exceptional musicality – whether it’s the infectious melodies and unique vocal delivery on ‘Eggshell’ or the haunting atmospherics on ‘Sombre Storm’, Grace-Attalie keeps you on your toes from start to finish.

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Una Rams – Wavy Baby

Born into a Christian family in Makwarela, a small town in the northern region of South Africa, Unarine Rambani learned how to produce music, play the drums and piano at a church founded by his parents. Dubbed “The Venda Pop Star” by his growing fan base, the 22-year-old producer/songwriter/vocalist recently dropped a 6 track EP ‘Wavy Baby’, his second commercially released project.

The first track, entitled ‘Good Intentions’ (featuring songstress Thabsie), gently lures the audience into his world, offering a melodic fusion of genres from reggae, soul and trap. This is evident in stand-out track “Murder” which features Nigerian-based singer and songwriter Shayee-Shay and co-producer C-Tea. Una Rams describes the EP as “a love story about a boy and a mermaid. And I know it’s the craziest thing to say to anyone but it’s because a lot of people get into relationships when they are both from 2 different worlds, things fall through the cracks because you don’t understand each well enough, so this EP takes you through the different stages of the relationship, and unfortunately it’s not a happy ending.”

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