Latir – Wallflower

North London based singer/songwriter Latir shares new single ‘Wallflower’, one of the smoothest songs you’ll hear all year. The track’s slick production is topped off wonderfully by Latir’s exquisite and sweet vocals that glide across the soundscape with ease as he paints an equally lush image with his poetic lyrics. Check out the spectacular single and it’s brilliant music video here.

Ultra_eko – Kitchen Sink Dramas

London based rapper Ultra)_eko shares ‘Kitchen Sink Dramas’, a powerful six-track project that packs a punch from start to finish. Throughout the course of the EP, Ultra_eko showcases his versatility as both a performer and songwriter, navigating hard-hitting and powerful beats tinged with gentle piano chords and sophisticated orchestration with ease. There’s a certain rawness to ‘Kitchen Sink Dramas’, one that resonates with you from opening track ‘The Seventh Day” to closer ‘Twisted’.

GLOWE – Overwhelmed

March 28

Consider yourself introduced to Georgia Lowe aka GLOWE, who impresses with her sparkling new single ‘Overwhelmed’ produced by Joe Wander. Serving as the first single from her forthcoming debut EP titled ‘Daughter’, ‘Overwhelmed’ captures the rising artist’s assertive and powerful voice pierce through the guitar-laden soundscape. Check out the anthemic cut here and be sure to keep an eye out for GLOWE’s ‘Daughter’ EP which is out very soon.

Degree – Call The Inside

March 25

French singer, songwriter and producer Degree channels the likes of Bon Iver, James Blake and Chet Faker on latest single ‘Call The Inside’. Soundtracked by an expansive electronic beat, the track is given a gentle touch through a sprinkling of twinkling piano progressions and Degree’s impeccably smooth and alluring vocals. Enjoy the brilliant new single here which features on Kitsuné Musique’s ‘Kitsuné Parisien’ compliation.

Amani – Power Games

Consider yourself introduced to the hypnotic and captivating sounds of South London based artist Amani who impresses on ‘Power Games’. The track follows up Amani’s ‘Perpendicular’ EP from 2017, and is soundtracked by blistering electronics that carry her gorgeous falsetto along with ease; creating an entirely immersive and cinematic soundscape. Check out ‘Power Games’ here.

Jasmine Jethwa – Empty Waters

Consider yourself introduced to London based singer/songwriter Jasmine Jethwa, who shines on latest single ‘Empty Waters’. Lifted from her forthcoming EP ‘Hurricane’ which features previously released single ‘Running Circles’, this latest offering is one that will quite simply blow your breath away. The intimate production serves as the perfect backdrop for Jethwa’s brooding tones as she sings about loss and loneliness. Dip into the single here and keep an eye out for the EP which drops April 8th.

Emilie Nicolas – Who’s Gonna Love You

March 16

Norwegian singer/songwriter Emilie Nicolas returns with her first new single since 2018 in the form of ‘Who’s Gonna Love You’. Lifted from her forthcoming third album which is out this May, the infectious cut follows up 2018’s magnificent album ‘Tranquille Emile’ and continues to show why Nicolas is one of the most exciting voices to come out of Norway. Backed up by a super slick beat, its Nicolas’ pristine vocals and laidback delivery that truly shine – check out the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for the new album.

Fake Laugh – Exotic Bird

London-based, Berlin-born artist Kamran Khan aka Fake Laugh shares a sparkling new single in the form of ‘Exotic Bird’ from his new album ‘Dining Alone’. Following up previously released cut ‘Near You’, the groovy track encompasses a shimmering soundscape that straddles the indie-pop line with an alternative edge. Check out the dazzling single which sees Fake Laugh sing about being in “awe of another person and how that awe makes you reflect on yourself” and be sure to give ‘Dining Alone’ a spin too when it drops 13th March.

Première Fois – Pur Sang

March 9

French duo Première Fois (comprised of Jordane Saunal and Raphaël D’hervez) share dazzling new synthpop cut in the form of ‘Pur Sang’. A refreshing amalgamation of electronica, pop, hip-hop and soul, ‘Pur Sang’ sees the pair’s soothing tones intertwine wonderfully as glorious synths and a super sharp beat serve as the perfect backdrop. Check out the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from Première Fois.

Millie Turner – Jungle

Rising London based singer/songwriter Millie Turner unleashes her explosive and utterly captivating new single ‘Jungle’. Having already impressed with previously cuts ‘Night Running’ and ‘January’, the Hackney based artist returns with another blazing pop banger in ‘Jungle’, the perfect soundtrack for the forthcoming warmer months. Soundtracked by a powerful and pounding beat, Turner’s irresistible voice and melodies will have you singing along in no time – check it out here.

Riz Ahmed – The Long Goodbye

British-Pakistani rapper/actor Riz Ahmed unleashes ‘The Long Goodbye’, his break-up letter to a post-Brexit Britain. Riddled with break-up advice from the likes of Mindy Kaling, Yara Shahidi, Mahershala Ali and more, ‘The Long Goodbye’ sees the West Londoner set the scene wonderfully with the poetic opener ‘The Breakup (Shikwa)’. Throughout the record, Riz works his lyrical magic over fiery beats penned by fellow Swet Shop Boys band mate and producer Redinho; coupling sharp verses and raw narratives on standout cuts like ‘Toba Tek Singh’, ‘Where You From’ and ‘Mogambo’.

Rasharn Powell – Joyride

London artist Rasharn Powell kicks off the year by releasing his new single ‘Joyride’ taken from his forthcoming debut EP ‘HAVEN’. With production courtesy of Luca Buccellati who combines hand clicks, warming guitar lines and simple drums to form the track’s simple yet effective soundscape, ‘Joyride’ shines brighter with Rasharn Powell’s impeccable falsetto-laden vocal performance. Those golden, heartwarming tones are smothered with the utmost care and fall snugly into place with each line. Dive into the song here and be sure to keep an eye out for ‘HAVEN’ which is out later this year and features previously released cuts like ‘Warm In These Blue Jeans’ and ‘Hiroshima’.

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.

School of X – Collarbone (ft. Lord Siva)

Danish artist Rasmus Littauer aka School of X shares ‘Collarbone’, the striking lead single from his forthcoming debut album. Featuring fellow native Lord Siva and serving as the follow up to last year’s ‘Destiny’ EP, the guitar-laden single boasts spirited drums that drive and carry Littauer’s slick vocals across. Check out the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for School of X’s debut LP which is out later this year.

Christine and the Queens – La vita nuova

February 29

Fresh off her COLORS performance of ‘People I’ve been sad’, French icon Christine and the Queens releases her sensational new EP ‘La vita nuova’. The six track project features the aforementioned single as well as a spectacular collaboration with Caroline Polachek for the EP’s title track. Accompanied by an equally captivating short film directed by Colin Solal Cardo, ‘La vita nuova’ captures the artist’s signature storytelling and pop sensibilities. This is one of the best projects you’ll hear all year, an absolute must-listen!

Glass Animals – Your Love (Deja Vu)

February 24

Oxford quartet Glass Animals share another fierce and utterly captivating new single in the form of ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’. Serving as the follow up to previously released single ‘Tokyo Drifting’ featuring Denzel Curry, ‘Your Love (Déjà Vu)’ is an energetic and psychedelic pop song that boasts a cheerful beat and fluttery flutes as lead vocalist Dave Bayley’s charming tones sweep across the soundscape. With the release of these two singles, Glass Animals have shown why they’re one of the most exciting bands around and we can’t wait to hear what else they’ve cooked up.

Oklou – entertnmnt

February 21

Paris based singer, songwriter and producer Oklou aka Aavril Alvarez teams up with Mura Masa on the delectable ‘entertnmnt’. Opening with bubbling synths, the eerie single shines with Oklou’s intoxicating auto-tuned vocals as the production gradually intensifies with more and more layers of instrumentation thrown into the mix. Check out the dazzling single and it’s equally captivating music video directed by Alexandra Green here.

Sega Bodega – Salvador

If you’re looking for a record that will quite frankly blow your socks off, look no further than Glaswegian producer, singer and songwriter Sega Bodega’s long-awaited debut album ‘Salvador’. The off-kilter record is a futuristic blend of pop, electronic and R&B that features previously released singles ‘U Suck’, ‘Raising Hell’ and ‘Salv Goes to Hollywood’. Sega Bodega’s infectious production and hypnotic vocals are present throughout ‘Salvador’, but what makes this album hit harder is the songwriting – where Salvador tackles heavy topics like his relationship with alcohol, romance and mental health with a graceful honesty.

Ojerime – Whiskey Demo

February 13

London based singer/songwriter Ojerime follows up previously released single ‘Empty’ with another dark and twisted R&B cut in the form of ‘Whiskey Demo’. Lifted from her forthcoming ‘B4 I breakdown’ mixtape, the track encompasses a smoky atmosphere with its rickety electronics and bass-heavy beat. The South Londoner’s sultry tones wash over the soundscape to further enhance the murky aesthetic of the song – it’s an absolute vibe.

Crave Moore – Come Down

South London based MC Crave Moore shines with his distinctive and effortlessly smooth vocal on latest offering ‘Come Down’. Soundtracked by a super clean beat that weaves in subtle grooves and evokes a mellow atmosphere, the track sees the COLORS alumnus tackle themes of losing your inhibitions whilst “knowing whatever goes up must ‘Come Down'”. Enjoy the brilliant new single here and be sure to keep an eye out for more brilliance from the South Londoner.