Harve – Anything (ft. Fatima)

November 25

South East London-based artist Harve teams up with Stockholm-born, London-based artist Fatima on their delectable new single ‘Anything’. Produced alongside Josh Scarbrow, the single embodies a blissfully smooth and calming atmosphere as Harve and Fatima lay down their silky vocals over the electronic and piano-led instrumentation. Check out the uplifting cut here and be sure to keep an eye out for Harve’s forthcoming sophomore EP which is set to drop early next year.

George Riley – TRIXXX

Emerging London-based artist George Riley follows up her fantastic single ‘Move’ from earlier this year with the equally hypnotic ‘TRIXXX’ which is produced by Oliver Palfreyman. A shape shifting electronic cut that opens with a disorienting, otherworldly soundscape, ‘TRIXXX’ seeps its way into your heart with its mesmeric psychedelia and Riley’s delicate vocals finding the perfect juxtaposition. With ‘Move’ and now ‘TRIXXX’ (which arrives with a splendid music video directed by Cato X MISSOHIO), George Riley has cemented her status as one of the most exciting prospects for 2021 and beyond.

Matilda Mann – Because I Wanted You To Know

November 20

London-based singer/songwriter Matilda Mann, who performed for our HOME/BRED series earlier this year, shares her stunning new EP ‘Because I Wanted You To Know’. Featuring previous singles ‘Happy Anniversary, Stranger’, ‘As It Is’ and ‘Japan’, the five-track EP is rounded off with the gentle inflections of ‘Robbed’ and gritty, guitar-laden atmospherics of closing track ‘Paper Mache World’. Stream ‘Because I Wanted You To Know’ in its entirety here.

Kenzie TTH – Needed More

November 18

Boston-born, London-raised vocalist and songwriter Kenzie TTH (fka Kenzie) shares another sparkling cut in the form of ‘Needed More’. Taken from her forthcoming new EP which is out early 2021, ‘Needed More’ serves as the follow up to recent cut ‘Losing Sleep’ and sees the artist lay her gorgeous tones over an icy trap-inspired beat. A vibe from start to finish, check out the brilliant single here.

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Loshh – Feelam

November 15

Consider yourself introduced to Nigerian, Netherlands-born, London-based newcomer Loshh who dazzles with his incredibly groovy and intoxicating debut single ‘Feelam’. Lifted from his forthcoming EP which is slated to drop next year, the energetic track is an absolute vibe from start to finish. Everything from the spirited instrumentation that finds beauty behind the madness to Loshh’s lively and passionate vocals will uplift and get you moving; check out ‘Feelam’ here and “get in the groove”.

ishi vu – Isolated Incidents

November 10

Stockholm artist and producer ishi vu shares the first taste of his forthcoming debut album in the form of ‘Isolated Incidents’. A solid dancefloor track that’s packed with gritty electronics and catchy melodies, ‘Isolated Incidents’ wonderfully straddles the line between experimental and pop to create an entirely immersive and hypnotic atmosphere. Dive into the swirling soundscapes here and be sure to keep an eye out for ishi vu’s debut album which is out early next via Different Recordings.

Latanya Alberto – Trouble

November 8

Fresh from her ‘Cede’ project from earlier this year, Amsterdam based singer/songwriter Latanya Alberto shares sensational jazz-infused single ‘Trouble’. A glorious blend of soul-stirring keys and groove-inflected soundscapes, the track is taken to new heights as Alberto delivers her breezy and ever so smooth vocals with an effortless yet assured grace. Tuck into the delectable and empowering cut here, and be sure to check out ‘Cede’ if you haven’t already done so.

NEL – Rules

November 7

Consider yourself introduced to London based duo NEL who follow up their debut EP ‘In Case You Change Your Mind’  with incredible new single ‘Rules’. Soundtracked by a crisp beat topped off with sizzling synths and vibrant electronic flourishes, the single is lifted by those soulful tones that are delivered with just the right amount of bite. A breath-taking and utterly captivating single from start to finish, ‘Rules’ is one of the standout cuts of the year and cements NEL as one of the most exciting artists around.

Beharie – Me and My Lonely

November 5

Norway based singer/songwriter Beharie shares stunning, slow burning single in the form of ‘Me and My Lonely’. Serving as the follow up to last year’s glorious ‘Beharie’ EP, the guitar-laden single sees the newcomer lay down his gentle, heartwarming tones over an ever blossoming, soul-stirring soundscape. Perfect for the colder months to come, ‘Me and My Lonely’ is a welcome return from the rising artist.

Sabrina Bellaouel – The Build Up

November 4

French-Algerian artist Sabrina Bellaouel shares electrifying new single ‘The Build Up’ which is taken from her forthcoming project ‘Libra’. A masterful blend of soulful alt-R&B with electronic flourishes, ‘The Build Up’ is interspersed with snippets of speech from astrologer Fernando Prudhomme that complement Bellaouel’s exploration of the zodiac sign. Check out ‘The Build Up’ here and keep an eye out for ‘Libra’ which is out November 27th.

Kiddus – Slow

If you’re looking for a track that’s a vibe from start to finish, look no further than ‘Slow’, the superb new offering from rising UK artist Kiddus. Blending together glossy, sampled electronic beats with silky bars and verses, the producer and vocalist creates an almost dream-like atmosphere with the single. Float away to the slick intonations of ‘Slow’, which features on the forthcoming ‘Future Bubblers 4.0 Compilation’ out November 20th.

Jamilah Barry – Glitter

November 2

UK-based songstress Jamilah Barry steps back into the spotlight with soulful new single ‘Glitter’, the lead single from her forthcoming, highly-anticipated new EP. Paired with eerie, bass-heavy soundscapes, it’s Barry’s impeccably smooth and lovelorn vocals that steal the show here as she sings about seeing past the glitter of the honeymoon phase of a relationship. Dive into the rich atmospherics of ‘Glitter’ here and keep an eye out for Jamilah’s upcoming EP titled ‘Romance Me’.

shiv – Hold Me

November 1

Consider yourself introduced to the lush atmospherics of ‘Hold Me’, the glorious new single from rising singer, songwriter and producer shiv aka Siobhan McClean. The Zimbabwe-born, Paris-based artist crafts a gorgeous sonic palette boasting stunning brass elements and a crisp beat to serve as the perfect backdrop for those endearing tones. Check out ‘Hold Me’, a song about self-discovery and be sure to look out for shiv’s forthcoming debut EP ‘Me 2 Me’ which is out next month.

Rarelyalways – Baby Buffalo

Hackney, London raised jazz musician, producer and vocalist Rarelyalways shares ‘Baby Buffalo’, his exceptional debut EP which is out via L.A. based label Innovative Leisure. Featuring previous cuts ‘Caption’ and ‘Another’, the four-track project showcases the artist’s distinct sound as skittering electronics and jazz flourishes underpin elements of grime, hip hop and even rock. Stream ‘Baby Buffalo’ in its entirety here, it’s one of the most unique projects you’ll hear this year.

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Bakar – 1st Time

October 29

London artist and COLORS alumni Bakar returns with striking new single ‘1st Time’, the follow up to last year’s ‘Will You Be My Yellow’ EP. The track encompasses the rising artists unique and refreshing artistry over a stellar beat penned alongside longtime collaborator Zach Nahome. Dive into the brilliant single here and keep an eye out for Bakar’s sophomore album which is set to drop next year.

Ragz Originale – ring out (ft. 24hoursav)

North London based artist Ragz Originale teams up with rising singer 24hoursav on delectable new single ‘ring out’. Soundtracked by an hypnotic bass-heavy beat penned by Ragz, hrnoevil & E-Whizz, the track sees Ragz and 24hoursav lay down their super slick vocals and arrives with an equally impressive music video directed by Florian Joahn. Check out the sensational cut here.

Jerome Thomas – Right There

October 24

East London based singer, songwriter and COLORS alumnus Jerome Thomas shares a delightful new single in the form of ‘Right There’. Soundtracked by a slick beat dripping with groovy guitars and delicate piano melodies, the track is taken to new heights with Thomas’ sublime, honeyed vocals which glide across the soundscape with ease as he sings about making yourself available to your loved ones who are going through a hard time. Stream the single here and keep an eye out for Jerome Thomas’ new EP which is set to be released early next year.

Smerz – I don’t talk about that much / Hva hvis

October 22

Copenhagen-based, Norwegian electronic duo Smerz share ‘I don’t talk about that much / Hva hvis’, taken from their forthcoming ‘Believer’ project. The singles follow Catharina Stoltenberg and Henriette Motzfeldt’s 2018 EP ‘Have fun’ as well as recent cuts ‘The favourite / Rap interlude’ and capture the pair’s exhilarating and cinematic sound. Blistering electronics and synths skitter across the sweeping soundscape as the pair’s heavenly tones are laid down with a delicate touch to create the perfectly juxtaposing sound on ‘I don’t talk about that much’ whilst the latter single embodies a minimal instrumentation of gorgeous strings. Check out the songs here and keep an eye out for ‘Believer’ which will be released via XL Recordings soon.

JÁNA – Green (ft. VanJess)

October 21

Stockholm-based singer and guitarist JÁNA collaborates with Nigerian-American duo VanJess on her breathtaking new single ‘Green’. Serving as the first taste of her forthcoming new EP which follows this year’s ‘Flowerworks’ EP, the spellbinding cut is soundtracked by a vibrant electronic soundbed tinged with gorgeous synths as JÁNA and VanJess lay down their nonintoxicating smooth vocals. Check out the single, which portrays a relationship filled with jealousy here, it’s an absolute gem.

Sam Ezeh – CRISIS

October 20

Swedish singer, songwriter and producer Sam Ezeh steps into the spotlight with soulful and groove-inflected debut single ‘CRISIS’. Citing the likes of Childish Gambino, Kendrick Lamar and Prince as inspirations, Sam Ezeh wonderfully navigates the self-produced soundscape of lush guitars and crisp beats as he sings about “escaping your problems, running away from things you know you eventually can’t hide from”. Dive into the vibrant atmospherics of ‘CRISIS’ and it’s equally exceptional self-directed music video here.