Juliet July – Easy

Amsterdam based singer/songwriter Juliet July reveals ‘Easy’, her delectably smooth and utterly captivating new alternative-R&B single which follows up previously released ‘Sunday Afternoon’. Soundtracked by a super slick trap-inspired beat, the track’s star is Juliet’s irresistibly smooth and sweet vocals which glide across with ease. Check out the dazzling cut and it’s accompanying music video here, and be sure to keep an eye out for her ‘Palmtrees In The Mist’ EP which is out soon.

SEVDALIZA – OH MY GOD

January 30

Dutch/Iranian artist SEVDALIZA marks her return with the hypnotic electronic-led single ‘OH MY GOD’, which comes with a heartwarming visual that patches together snapshots of the producer’s past. The distorted production and pitched vocals are a nod to SEVDALIZA’s signature augmented sounds as she alludes to the current current sociopolitical climate between the United States and her birthplace of Iran.

RIMON – Hypnotizing

December 1

Emerging Dutch singer and COLORS album RIMON shares new single ‘Hypnotizing’, another delectable and soulful slice of magic. Following the release of ‘Dust’ and ‘Close’ with J Rick earlier this year, the rising artist shines once more on ‘Hypnotizing’. Produced by FNMLAS who pens a striking trap-inspired beat sprinkled with delicate piano chords to complement RIMON’s exquisite vocals.

Tera Kòrá – The Legend of Kòrá: Book One

October 13

Rotterdam based music producer from Curaçao Tera Kòrá releases a magnificent remix tape in the form of ‘The Legend of Kòrá: Book One’. A striking blend of genres and songs, the tape features explosive and mystical remixes of COLORS alumni Billie Eilish (‘Bad Guys’) and Jorja Smith (‘Be Honest’) as well as Wiley and Drake.

Klangstof – Cold Little Heart

It’s not often than a cover captivates or moves you like the original, there’s almost always something missing. That’s definitely not the case with the gorgeous rendition of Michael Kiwanuka’s ‘Cold Little Heart’ by Netherlands based trio Klangstof. Slowing down the tempo, the Klangstof’s version trades the warming acoustic guitars for moody, electronic beats that’re topped off by the band’s equally haunting yet spellbinding vocals. This may just serve as the perfect teaser and nod to a change in direction for the follow up to 2017’s ‘Everest’ EP.