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Melbourne, Australia-based act Hugh Klein follows his delightful debut ‘Quand C’est Mou’ with another dazzling cut in the form of ‘Sensitive’. Taken from his forthcoming debut full length ‘No Plans, No Rules’ via Sydney/Berlin based label Lekker Collective, the single encompasses a lush soundscape of crisp drums, delicate keys and sublime guitars that’re sprinkled with Klein’s impeccably smooth and rich vocals. Tap into the jazz-infused single here and be sure to check out ‘No Plans, No Rules’ when it drops later this year.
Australian singer/songwriter Chloe Kae (one half of Kllo, who’re currently working on their new album) steps into the spotlight with the first of two solo singles in the form of ‘Misconception’. Released alongside ‘Recluse’, the delicate and smooth single sees Kae’s silky tones wash over the piano and electronic-led production courtesy of Machinedrum (Theophilus London, Azealia Banks & Bonobo). Check out the spectacular track and its accompanying music video here.
Melbourne based newcomer Ojikae aka Matt Cicero introduces himself with the silky smooth intonations of his debut single ‘EX’. Originally released as a demo called ‘Existentiality’ back in 2017, the track is a soulful cut that sees the twenty year-old singer/songwriter address lust and heartbreak. Co-produced alongside Grammy nominated producer Uno Stereo who’s worked with COLORS alum Khalid, ‘EX’ is a brilliant taste of what’s to come from Ojikae.
Consider yourself introduced to Kian Brownfield aka KIAN, an Australian singer/songwriter whose debut single ‘Waiting’ has already surpassed 30 million streams and has supported COLORS alum Jorja Smith on her AU leg of her tour. KIAN’s latest offering, the endearing and guitar-laden ‘Childism’ brings to mind the likes of Frank Ocean circa Blonde interspersed with the warming tones akin to that of Khalid. There’s something personable to ‘Childism’, everything from the poignant, nostalgic lyricism and sun-soaked production to KIAN’s soft intonations gel together effortlessly to create something truly special.