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Premiering at COLORS, check out the absolutely bonkers music video for ‘How Do You Do It’, the latest single from Glasgow based DJ/producer Peter Ferguson aka Wuh Oh. An amalgamation of powerful and energetic electronics, ‘How Do You Do It’ follows up previous cuts like ‘Pretty Boy’ and ‘Ziggy’, and perfectly exemplifies Wuh Oh’s forward-thinking production style. The same can be said for the track’s accompanying visual, which channels “the style of 90’s/00’s fish-eye lens visuals” a la Hype Williams, but cranks up the energy ten-fold – see for yourself here.
Listen to the beautiful and contemplative new single ‘Blue Comanche’, from London based singer/songwriter and COLORS alumni Westerman. A song about “the inevitability of environmental loss as a consequence of modernization”, ‘Blue Comanche’ encompasses a mellow atmosphere as gentle keys and drums soundtrack Westerman’s endearing tones.
South London based artist Moses Boyd teams up with COLORS alum Poppy Ajudha on ‘Shades of You’, the latest single from his forthcoming debut album ‘Dark Matter’. The single serves as the follow up to previously released tracks ‘Only You’ and ‘Stranger Than Fiction’. On ‘Shades of You’, Ajudha sings about knowing and appreciating your self worth as her soul-stirring vocals traipse through a murky soundscape comprised of a groovy bass-line and Boyd’s steadfast drums.
Consider yourself introduced to newcomer Polly Money, whose new single ‘Roommate’ is a glistening guitar-led slice of dream-pop. Accompanied by an equally heartwarming music video directed and edited by Natalie Chahal, it’s Polly Money’s soothing tones and poignant songwriting that truly steal the show her.
British artist Mura Masa teams up with Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell on ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’, a magnificent cut taken from his new album, ‘R.Y.C.’ (Raw Youth Collage). The song serves as the follow up to previously released singles ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again’ and ‘Deal Wiv It’ which featured Clairo and Slowthai respectively. On ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’ Mura Masa, real name Alex Crosson, continues his evolved sound as gritty guitars and drums build a grungey atmosphere as Rowsell’s delicate tones join Crossons in great harmony. Check out the track here and keep an eye out for ‘R.Y.C.’ which is out next week.
Consider yourself introduced to West London based artist Asha Gold who dazzles on R&B influenced electronic-pop single ‘Too Good’. The nineteen year-old singer/songwriter lays down her silky smooth vocals as they glide across the slick electronic-led beat. On the track, Asha Gold sings about battling “with the pressures and opinions of those close to me” in her pursuit of a career in the creative industry and as a result, serves as an anthem for trusting yourself and finding your feet in any decision you make.
London-based producer and singer Azadi.mp3 shares intoxicating and captivating new EP in the form of ‘Summer In The Crypt’. Combining sparse, crisp electronic beats with smooth R&B infusions, the three-track EP opens with the mellow ‘My Imaginary Friend’ and ‘Honeydew’ which showcases the singer’s soothing tones whilst closer ‘Bloodletting’ encompasses a more explorative aesthetic as well as a killer verse from 24Carot.
16 year-old Birmingham based singer and producer Matt Ryder bursts onto the scene with his exceptional debut EP titled ’50FT’. Featuring previously released singles ‘Hours’ and ‘Further’, the seven-track project captures the newcomer’s magnificent songwriting over brooding, atmospherics productions that showcase Ryder’s versatility and prowess. With ’50FT’, Matt Ryder shows why he’s one to watch in the years to come.
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.
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.
London based singer/songwriter Rina Sawayama unleashes ‘STFU!’, her nu-metal inspired lead single from her forthcoming (as yet untitled) debut album. The sprawling cut is written alongside long time collaborator Clarence Clarity who pens a fierce and powerful guitar line whilst Sawayama is a force to be reckoned with. Her vocals offer a bite as she sings about the discriminatory comments she’s experienced as a Japanese woman growing up in the West. Check out the equally arresting music video and look out for Sawayam’s album which is out next year via Dirty Hit.
London based singer/songwriter Abi Ocia enchants with her soothing, enriching sounds on stunning debut EP ‘Where Are You?’. Featuring previously released single ‘Offering’, the project is a startlingly beautiful collection of songs that see the Londoner explore reflecting on her identity and faith. Throughout ‘Where Are You?’, Ocia’s golden tones offer solace whilst her eloquent narratives resonate so wonderfully with the listener.
London based collective Steam Down unleash their long-awaited debut single ‘Free My Skin’, an all-encompassing explosion of energy. Comprised of eight core members including Ahnansé, Naima Adams, Brother Portrait, Nadeem Din-Gabisi, Benjamin Appiah, And Is Phi, Dominic Canning and Wonky Logicfiery, Steam Down’s sound is a fiery concoction of Afrobeat, jazz and future soul. If you’re looking for something that will instantly get you in the happiest of moods, look no further than ‘Free My Skin’.
Consider yourself introduced to Hackney based newcomer Tycho Jones who impresses with startling trap-inspired debut single ‘Scrolling’. Soundtracked by a shape-shifting beat which boasts a bed of crisp electronics that blends the worlds of trap and hip hop and is topped off by a sprinkling of piano chords, ‘Scrolling’ showcases Tycho’s playful songwriting and delivery.
London based producer and DJ Subculture links up with singer Rachel Chinouriri on the hazy and atmospheric new single ‘The Chase’. Lifted from the artist’s forthcoming ‘I DREAM OF EVERYTHING’ mixtape which is out November 14th, the track follows previous collaborations with Tertia May, Grand Pax and Goya Gumbani. Encompassing the project’s title, ‘The Chase’ is about a recurring dream the artist had of being chased by unknown figures – this is conveyed by the track’s creeping electronic production as Chinouriri’s warming tones offer light.
London singer/songwriter ABISHA shares an atmospheric and utterly haunting music video for latest single ‘Real Life’. Having already impressed with previously released singles ‘All That’, ‘Project X’, ‘Nothing Matters’ and ‘Confused’, the emerging artist serves up another delectable slice of alt-pop laced with R&B with ‘Real Life’. Highlighting the singer’s alluring vocals, the song is brought to life by a gorgeous clip directed by Edward Cooke, premiering here at COLORS.
Nottingham based newcomer George Gretton shares beautiful new self-written and self-produced single in the form of ‘Grey / Blue’. Serving as the follow up to previously released singles ‘Tread Water’ and ‘Too Soon’, ‘Grey / Blue’ is a sparkling cut that exemplifies Gretton’s magnificent songwriting and endearing vocal tones. ‘Grey / Blue’ is a reminder that we all need every now and then to carry on “whether skies are grey or blue”.
West London based singer and songwriter Ava Zarate releases her magnificent jazz-inspired single ‘How Does It Feel’. Following up last year’s brilliant ‘Too Good to Be True’ and ‘To Be Opened’ projects which featured stand out cuts like ‘Estella’ and ‘Look At You’, Zarate continues to impress with her infectiously sweet voice and relatable lyrics on ‘How Does It Feel’.
Enigmatic London producer INFLO’s irresistible debut single ‘No Fear’ is a groove-infested gem. Released over a year ago by London label Forever Living Originals (home to SAULT and COLORS alum Cleo Sol), the blistering track serves as the perfect ray of sunshine on these colder days leading into winter. The fabulous instrumentation, which is driven by some killer drums and some fluttery woodwind moments are topped off by an infectious hook that gives the song its spirited energy.
UK based singer/songwriter Orchid makes quite the statement with her explosive and utterly captivating debut single ‘Gold Dust’. Accompanied by an equally vibrant and energetic music video (which was directed by Orchid herself), the song encompasses an anthemic vibe with a snazzy electro-R&B beat which drives the track forwards as Orchid’s powerful vocals add an extra element of bite.