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2020 (late)

In October 2020 Magnus released the single ‘Trust The Process’ which was well reviewed by the likes of Complex UK, playlisted by Spotify UK (New Music Friday UK, Fresh Finds: The Wave, Jazz UK) and enjoyed spot plays on BBC Introducing as well as Reprezent Radio.


2020 will be a year no one will forget for a very long time, and will probably go down as the worst year on record in recent memory. COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill and threatens to cause one hell of a recession, so Magnus thought there was no better time to release his second album "Unprecedented Measures for Unprecedented Times" because why not?

2019 (late)

At the end of 2019 Magnus released the standalone single "As Much As I Can (feat. Moses)" in collaboration with Polish producer Tmszka and London rapper Moses Alexander. The track has been streamed over 350,000 times since its release.


2019 brought with it a new step for Magnus and his music, with his debut album releasing on March 15th 2019 in partnership with Villa Lena Recordings. The 12 track album is a demonstration of his progression as an artist.


Late 2018 saw Magnus' first release with Villa Lena Recordings. The song, an interpretation of lovers rock, has to date amassed over 50,000 streams on all platforms.


2018 brought a change in Magnus' music, branching from his previous more stripped back sound to one with an emphasis on his production skills, using more hardware and sampling techniques to develop a more unique sound.


2016 saw the release of three singles of varying styles. 2 having been made with Tom Gibson at Blackhill studios, and the final song of the year, Moving Vibes, was Magnus' first full solo effort at production


2015 was the first year Magnus started releasing music. Recording a three track EP at a studio in Southampton he decided to release what he had created. The track "Crowns" from the EP is still one of his most popular tracks to date, although Magnus himself fell out of love with it. He is forever haunted by shouts of "Play Crowns!" at his shows.

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