Unity Project Pt. 3 – Culprate

Unity pt3 Cover

Culprate is an epic artist currently based out of Bristol in the UK. This originally dubstep producer took electronic above and beyond his roots dipping into all aspects of production and showcasing. He has recently been releasing a Project Series aimed at collaborating with different producers and songwriters which are part of his Twitch community. What is his Twitch community you ask? Well Culprate has a channel on which he talks about music production and shares different tips and tricks for the EDM community. The purpose of these EP’s is to highlight some upcoming talent from artists who have been learning and growing through the Twitch platform.

Part 3. is a collaboration between Culprate and Quok, Aether, Frequent, Protostar, Bloom and Keota & Sophie Meiers. This EP is not restricted to any genre or tempo. Is is all over the galaxy and beautifully eclectic. Sit back and enjoy a track for every color of the rainbow. Be sure you check out the affiliated soundcloud: Culprate and you can support all of the Unity Projects here: culprate.bandcamp.com/

xx- Whit



Celestine, the Remixes (Volume 3) – Little Star

Little Star

Little Star is a celestially inspired conduit for the currents of the Universal. A visionary musician and alchemist of sound, she gracefully and powerfully transmutes the resonance of Spirit into symphonies of song. With her voice as her predominant medium, she creates many layered compositions, weaving rich tapestries of melody, harmony, and word, to create soul-stirring offerings of poetry and prayer. She believes music to be a powerful medium for healing and transformation, and crafts all of her music with the intention of anchoring and offering the resonance of the highest self within all who listen. Her live performance intertwines song and ceremony, truly creating sacred space and powerful containers for inner journey. A voice for the subtle currents that run through All Things, Little Star’s etheric soundscapes guide listeners to spaces beyond themselves, beyond space and time, and deep within.  “

I had the intention of developing my own description of the way Little Star projects her sound into the world, but alas – the description written on her webpage was so incredibly eloquent, I could not. I will however tell you how this beautiful remix EP makes me feel.

Have you ever laid on the top of a car and stared at the star filled sky in the middle of nowhere? As time passes and you gaze, the corners of your vision pull inwards and you feel consumed by the vast, endless space.

That is how Little Star makes me feel when I listen with closed eyes: and integral yet small piece of the puzzle that is creation. Follow this beautiful human on Soundcloud, and feel free to let your mind wander as you dive into galaxy’s with this EP.


HighKicks has a new Friend. That’s what this person (man or woman I’m not entirely sure) goes by. There isn’t much information I can share about this individual, other than their music is very well produced. This music is smoking a corn cob pipe, sitting around a fire, feet up with a drink in hand. This is a road trip with your best friends, taking in the beautiful sights. This is some really relaxed listening; every song. I hear banjo, guitar, harmonica and best of all – BASS. Do yourself a favour and follow this artist. Whoever you are, Friend. , and wherever you’re from, meet your new fans. This first song, ‘Catharsis’, is only two days old. It takes the Glitch label without a doubt. I also want to specifically share ‘Homestead’ and ‘The Whistler.’ Both of these tunes are less than six months old, more relaxed, and the instruments really stand out. Trust me on this – listen to the ‘Whistler’ real loud. That bass doesn’t disappoint.

ps. How about that album artwork, am I right?

Easy listening


Foreign Objects – The Dalai Jamma

The Dalai Jamma is from Canada, and that is all I know. This track is fresh off the press and the Dalai himself described his influence for this song rooted in worldly sounds and African rhythms. It has a super sexy bass drop in the last half that will take you on a magic carpet ride to outer space. The title seems perfectly fitting, and the guitar riff captivates without question. These world fusion sounds make me feel cultured from the comfort of my own bed. Give this Canadian dude a follow on Soundcloud: The Dalai Jamma – and if you catch that magic carpet make sure to choose your three wishes carefully.


👽(I may have stole this photo from a video game) 👽

xx- Whit