There is little known about trap producer Heffy, other than the fact he is a very talented producer. His 5,000+ strong SoundClound following have been treated to numerous delights such as ‘All I Gotta Do’ and ‘Narsty’. He’s recently been signed to independent label Cream Collective and released this new track ‘End // Read More
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Over the last year or so SYZ has been one of Brighton’s most dazzling exports. He has been putting together multiple releases in collaboration with Cream Collective as well as constantly updating us with mini mixes and exclusive previews. He now resides in Bristol where he is further studying music // Read More
We are always extremely excited to see Brighton based producers and artists announce new projects, so when we saw that Charlie Traplin had confirmed a new EP for release with Cream Collective, we had to have a listen. Charlie Traplin has has a very eventful last 12 months, including airtime // Read More
It has been a very good year for Brighton-based producer Charlie Traplin, with BBC radio air play appearing to happen every week and a collection of tracks raking in fantastic views on YouTube. As soon as we heard he had a brand new EP confirmed with Cream Collective, we had // Read More
Whenever a Brighton based producer appears to be on the up it is always a very exciting time. The newest addition to Brighton based label Cream Collective is none other than SYZ. This EP is a fantastic showcase of what SYZ is all about in terms of production styles, melodies // Read More
In a musical world in which genres are slowly becoming irrelevant, the best producers are the ones that are able to bridge the gaps and create truly original sounds. Sevnth Wonder is one of these people, and with his sweeping soulful synth patterns and crunchy drum loops he is fast // Read More
French producer Phazz has released his new EP ‘Marble’ through Brighton-based label Cream Collective. Phazz, like most Cream artists, uses trap music as the foundation of his production, but the end product itself isn’t specific to one particular genre, so it’s quite difficult to label his work, (but we’ll try). // Read More