Caribou – You and I

Canadian-born, London-based artist Dan Snaith aka Caribou marks his return with the fantastic ‘You and I’. the dazzling single from forthcoming new album ‘Suddenly’.An absolutely roller-coaster of a track, the single opens with a twinkling synth-laden soundscape as Snaith’s dreamy tones enter the foray, that’s before the track takes an unexpected turn and bursts into an amalgam of textures and colours. In contrast, the track’s lyrics echo darker shades as Snaith sings about dealing with the passing of a loved one. Check out the single here and look out for ‘Suddenly’ which is out February 22nd.

Låpsley – Ligne 3

London based singer, songwriter and producer Låpsley returns with another gorgeous song in the form of ‘Ligne 3’. Taken from her forthcoming new EP (out December 6th) titled ‘These Elements’, the track follows up lead single ‘My Love Was Like The Rain’, her first taste of new music since releasing her stunning debut album ‘Long Way Home’ back in March 2016. On ‘Ligne 3’, Låpsley’s endearing vocals rise above the sombre soundscape as she sings about a profound breakup and how it isn’t always as simple when it comes to falling out of love.

WaqWaq Kingdom – Essaka Hoisa

November 24

Berlin based Japanese tribal bass duo WaqWaq Kingdom release their psychedelic and kaleidoscopic new album ‘Essaka Hoisa’. Consisting of Shigeru Ishihara (DJ Scotch Egg / Seefeel) and Kiki Hitomi (King Midas Sound), the pair throw you into a swirling whirlwind of sounds from opening track ‘Mum Tells Me’. A melting pot of genres, the pair expertly blend together traditional style Minyo with Jamaican drums, electronic flourishes, dancehall and much more to create a project that is truly unique and intriguing.

Duñe x Crayon – Hundred Fifty Roses

October 18

French electronic duo Duñe x Crayon release their first new single in three years with the groove-inflected ‘Hundred Fifty Roses’.Serving as the first single from their forthcoming debut album, ‘Hundred Fifty Roses’ encompasses another lush electronic bed boasting sensational basslines and a crisp beat as Duñe’s smoky vocals are smothered on top. Check out the track here and be sure to keep an eye out for the album which is set to drop earlier next year.

Peggy Gou – Starry Night

October 2

Berlin based producer and DJ Peggy Gou shares the stunning music video for ‘Starry Night’, made in partnership with Apple Music. Showcasing the beauty and spirit of her native South Korea, the Jonas Lindstroem directed clip is a celebration of life, capturing the euphoria that music and dance brings to us. Check out the magnificent video, which stars Peggy alongside ‘Burning’ lead-actor Yoo Ah In here.

Haich Ber Na – Forgetful

September 21

London based artist Haich Ber Na (formerly known as Haich) follows up previously released single ‘Nowhere Like It’ with the equally enticing and playful ‘Forgetful’. Accompanied by an intriguing and glitchy visual which sees the singer/producer portrayed as a digitised toy, the track opens with futuristic synths which are joined by crisp electronics to serve as the perfect backdrop for Haich Ber Na’s distorted, falsetto laden vocals.

Sassy 009 – Thrasher

September 1

Originally a trio comprising of Sunniva Lindgaard, Teodora Georgijevic and Johanna Scheie Orellana, who released their hypnotic debut EP ‘Do You Mind’ back in 2017, Sassy 009 is now the solo project of Lindgaard. Earlier this week, Sassy 009 shared her debut single ‘Thrasher’. An apt title as the song encompasses a frenetic and utterly intoxicating electronic beat which is accompanied by a striking Andreas Bjørseth-directed music video.

Flavien Berger – Contre-Temps

August 16

French artist Flavien Berger delivers masterful soundscapes that entice and draw you in on new album ‘Contre-Temps’. Split into two parts, the 31-track project features contributions from Julia Lanoë and Bonnie Banane and takes you on a cosmic journey of scintillating synth pop concoctions that are topped off by Berger’s calming voice. ‘Contre-Temps’ is an album that intrigues and captivates you from start to finish, with each track seamlessly leading into the next.

Cashmere Cat – EMOTIONS

August 10

Norweigian producer Magnus August Høiberg  aka Cashmere Cat shares ‘EMOTIONS’, the playful and vibrant lead single from his forthcoming sophomore album ‘PRINCESS CATGIRL’. The track is Cashmere Cat’s first taste of new solo music since last year’s ‘Miss You’ with Major Lazer and Tory Lanez. Embodying Høiberg’s signature pop prowess, ‘EMOTIONS’ is another delectable cut that might just get you crying and on the dance floor – but not necessarily in that order!

Holly Walker – Straight Line

Having lent her stunning vocals to Maribou State’s ‘Tongue’ and most recently ‘Nervous Tics’, London based singer-songwriter Holly Walker steps into the spotlight with the magnificent ‘Straight Line’. Released in November last year, the single sits on a bed of warbling synths that propel the track along its powerful path as Walker’s falsetto-laden vocals enshroud the soundscape with warmth.

Sweat – Sentimental Sunset

Some songs are vessels that crack open your imagination and let your mind run wild; that’s exactly the case with ‘Sentimental Sunset, the striking new single from South London based outfit Sweat. An other-worldly experience that’s accompanied by an equally intriguing and captivating visual that’s brought to life by Beatrix Blaise, ‘Sentimental Sunset’ channels an abstract electronic sonic pallet that transports you to a hypnotic and surreal landscape.

Palmistry – Water

London based producer Palmistry rises above the surface with ‘Water’, his first taste of new music since his spellbinding debut album ‘PAGAN’ which dropped back in 2017. Serving as the lead single from his forthcoming sophomore album ‘Afterlife’, the SOPHIE-produced track is another delight which drips and trickles with its subtle electronic touches as Palmistry’s comforting tones are like soft ripples that pervade the soundscape. Check out ‘Water’ here and be sure to look out for ‘Afterlife’ which is out in May.

Szjerdene – Rain

Following up last month’s ‘Restart’, London based singer-songwriter Szjerdene has shared ‘Rain’, another sparkling slice of electronic-pop taken from her forthcoming ‘TRACE’ EP. Spearheaded by a powerful electronic beat sprinkled with delicate synths and a serene string section, it’s Szjerdene’s pristine voice that rises above and shines brighter than ever. Piercing through with such clarity, Szjerdene’s voice effortlessly rides the wave of the energetic production as she sings about the overwhelming and numbing emotions that arise from falling in love.

Robyn – Honey

February 23

The world has waited for Robyns’ comeback after being M.I.A. for almost eight years. Even though the physical absence has been a fact, she’s made sure that dance floors all around the world would always be playing her eternal dance tunes that are perfectly decked with powerful lyrics about heartbreak and tough love.

‘Honey’ is the comeback album of the decade. ‘Honey’ is the soundtrack of our lives. ‘Honey’ is the last piece of the puzzle. Released at the end of last year, the 9-track masterpiece, which features stand out singles like ‘Missing U’ and the titular ‘Honey’, sees Robyn embody the power of self love and accept the pain and joy a person goes through in life.

Jadu Heart – Purity

Shrouded in mystery, London based duo Jadu Heart first introduced themselves with ‘Wanderflower’, their magical debut EP which was then followed up by the equally impressive and ‘Ezra’s Garden’. In the lead up to their long-awaited debut album, Dina and Faro have now shared ‘Purity’, another dazzling affair which sees the pairs soothing and soulful vocals work through a spirited electronic soundbed.

Branko & Sango – Hear From You (feat. Cosima)

January 30

With his forthcoming studio album ‘Nosso’ just around the corner, Portugal based producer Branko has shared ‘Hear From You’, a collaboration with Sango, the Soulection-affiliated Seattle producer and London songstress Cosima. The single follows up last year’s equally enthralling cuts ‘Stand By’ (feat. Umi Copper) and ‘Over There’ (feat. Miles From Kinshasa). Branko and Sango combine forces on the production which bursts with hand-claps, subtle blips and jarring synths whilst Cosima’s richly textured vocals are smothered on top.

Dan D’Lion – ~treading water~

London based singer, songwriter and producer Dan Bartlett aka Dan D’Lion stepped into the spotlight in style with his Tame Impala and N.E.R.D-influenced debut single “Give What You Take” towards the end of last year. The track’s vibrant atmospherics are present in follow up single  ‘~treading water~’ which boasts again brings together his colourful vocals with a dazzling array of electronic pulses infused with sizzling synths. ‘~treading water~’ is a magnificent example of alternative pop packed with refreshing ideas, cementing Bartlett as one to watch.

Ehla – L’Antidote

January 18

Parisian based artist Ehla brings her soulful, silky voice to a stirring upbeat instrumentation on ‘L’Antidote’, which is co-produced by Enzo Serra. The French pop vocalist channels the 90’s wave back through a groovy track that is full of hope. Combining nostalgic vibes with a modern electronic touch, the singer creates her very own DIY sound which is brimming with an infectious energy. Serving as the first single of her forthcoming new album, ‘L’Antidote’ is a brilliant taste of what’s to come from the singer.

ionnalee – EVERYONE AFRAID TO BE FORGOTTEN

January 10

Swedish artist, songwriter, producer and visual pioneer ionnalee is known for being one half of the electronic music duo iamamiwhoami. Since 2010, ionnalee has released a staggering five audiovisual albums and installations on her own label To whom it may concern. In early 2018, she debuted as a solo artist with the release of her album and musical film ‘EVERYONE AFRAID TO BE FORGOTTEN’ which was followed up by a sold out world tour. In October 2018, ionnalee became the second person ever to perform at the renowned night club Berghain in Berlin. ‘EVERYONE AFRAID TO BE FORGOTTEN’ is an electronic, beat driven, dance floor banger that commands the listener’s attention with its haunting production and the singer’s mesmerising vocals. The visuals too, offer an invitation into ionnalee’s world of mystery, emotional vulnerability, creativity and mind blowing imagination.

Dani Terreur – Étoile Du Kashmir

December 7

Dani Terreur invites you travel through his very own heart on ‘Etoile du Kashmir’, a dreamlike electro-pop effort that evokes beautiful summer nights pursuing hedonistic quests. Between artificial pleasures and passionate love, the Parisian artist tends towards an absolute fantasy of romance while being caught up by a very modern cynicism.

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