Some tunes are in order for those balmy Spring afternoons 🍃 We’ve discovered some serious talent here in the lab and can’t wait for you to give these four BandLab albums a listen. If they’re not in your playlists yet, they will be soon. 

Vent Sessions: The Lost Tapes Vol. 1 

Genre: Hip Hop
Artist: Aye Ceee

Get hooked on the first volume of Aye Ceee’s Vent Sessions which features some hard-hitting bass, and a flow that’s beyond smooth. Track one, Bad Feeling, has a choral-like hook that’s bound to get stuck in your head all day. 

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Genre: Ambient Electronic

Set the vibe with this thematic album where each track is named after an element: Air, Aqua, Earth and Light. Soak in the varied elemental atmospheres where rich synths, punchy drums and ambient electronic sounds and samples take center stage. 

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Electric City

Genre: Electronic 
Artist: RZNE

This futuristic BandLab album is reminiscent of a Black Mirror episode. RZNE transports us to an electrifying AI-run world with cleverly produced electronic sounds and melodic beats. Go on a heart-thumping adventure in the first half of the album as you journey through the Electric City, and mellow down in the second half as your journey comes to an end. 

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Bring The Sax

Genre: Rock
Artist: The North Rocks

Switch things up with this saxophone-focused BandLab album. Imagine this: it’s the 60s, you’re having a drink with friends at your local pub, the band is playing and you’re getting ready to dance! The album’s upbeat vibe brings a youthful energy that complements its punk rock instrumentation, coupled with anthemic elements. You just know it’s a belter. 

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Which was your favorite of the lot? We’ve definitely found some stellar talent here and can’t wait for more to come. Who knows, maybe you’ll be featured next!  

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