McCall – Right?

October 26

Los Angeles based singer/songwriter McCall shares a brilliant music video for latest single ‘Right?’, which follows her ‘Under the Reign’ EP. Opening with the gentle strums of the acoustic guitar, the track quickly takes a turn as McCall’s commanding vocals pierce through the soundscape with killer line “It’s what you wanted right? / Wanted to fuck yourself a new girl right in my sight”. This is uttered as sparkling synths ride across a persistent electronic beat – creating an utterly empowering aesthetic, one that’s carried through in the Griffin Meyer directed clip.

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.

Myles – Fine Wine

February 17

Rising Nigerian Afrobeat singer/songwriter Myles impresses with another intoxicating cut in the form of ‘Fine Wine’. With production from Magik who lays down a tantalizing beat which serves as the perfect backdrop for Myles to deliver his chilled vocals and breezy melodies, it’s safe to say that ‘Fine Wine’ is a vibe from start to finish. Check out the scintillating single (which is released by Tinny Entertainment) here.

Grrrl Gang – Here To Stay!

February 16

Indonesia based group Grrrl Gang share their delightful debut album ‘Here to stay!’ which is packed with dazzling indie-rock tracks. Formed in 2016, the band consists of college friends Angee Sentana, Akbar Rumandung, and Edo Alventa who create a whirlwind of fun and eclectic on this debut record which features stand out tracks like ‘Just A Game’. Over the course of the nine songs, Grrrl Gang showcase every side of their artistry, from punk and lo-fi to jangly indie pop that’ll melt your heart.

Teö – Love Me?

February 15

Currently based in the Cayman Islands, Filipino artist Teö shares his delectable new single in the form of ‘Love Me?’. The 19 year-old singer/songwriter’s super slick vocals gracefully glide across the equally smooth and crisp instrumentation courtesy of Grammy-nominated producer Russ Chell (Lil Nas X, YBN Cordae, G-Eazy) and Epikhpro (Bryson Tiller, Royce Da 5’9). Check out the brilliant single here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from this rising artist.

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Grimes – Delete Forever

February 14

Grimes shares yet another delightful cut from her forthcoming new album ‘Miss Anthropocene’ in the form of ‘Delete Forever’. Accompanied by an apocalyptic music video (made in collaboration between Grimes, Mac Boucher and Neil Hansen) which sees Grimes sat on a throne of sorts whilst everything around her crumbles, the track is driven by soothing guitar lines and strings that wonderfully carry Grimes’ angelic vocals. Check out the striking visual here and keep an eye out for ‘Miss Anthropocene’ which drops on February 21st.

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.

Nick Leng – Plastic Moon (ft. Chester Watson)

South Africa born, Los Angeles based artist Nick Leng teams up with rapper Chester Watson on the woozy and utterly enchanting ‘Plastic Moon’. Accompanied by a sensational claymation video by Bona Bones, the cosmic single opens with Leng’s yearning vocals before Watson’s breezy spoken word verses that boast his clever wordplay enter the foray. Check out both the single and visual here and be sure to keep an eye out for Nick Leng’s forthcoming debut LP titled ‘LEMONS’.

St. South – Does Your Brain Ever Get This Loud?

February 11

Australian singer/songwriter Olivia Gavranich aka St. South shares breezy new single ‘Does Your Brain Ever Get This Loud?’. Soundtracked by sweeping electronics, hand claps and twinkling piano melodies, it’s Gavranich’s honeyed tones that truly steal the show here. Contrary to the song’s title, her magical voice transports you to a world of pure serenity and relaxation.

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.

Unpin – At Traction

February 9

Sydney based producer and DJ Unpin shares explosive new single ‘At Traction’ taken from his forthcoming new EP titled ‘Soy Piccolo’. The dancefloor cut is (without a shadow of a doubt) one of the most exciting and intriguing pieces of electronic music you’ll hear this year. Check out the spectacular single here and be sure to keep an eye out for the new EP which is out March 1st via Velodrome Recordings.

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YellowStraps – Take Over

February 8

Belgium based duo YellowStraps (comprised of the Murenzi brothers) share a stunning visual for ‘Take Over’. Having treated us to a stunning rendition of ‘Rose‘ last summer, the rising duo have gone onto drop a stellar EP in the form of ‘GOLDRESS’. On the seven-track project, is ‘Take Over’, a sparkling alternative R&B cut that combines jazzy electric guitars and rhythmic drums to serve as the backdrop for the pair’s warming harmonies. The track is accompanied by an equally impressive video directed by François Dubois which you can tuck into to the right,

On Man – Squares And Triangles

Consider yourself introduced to London based artist On Man, whose warped and twisted new single ‘Squares And Triangles’ is an absolute stunner. Encompassing a moody, atmospheric beat that mutates and shifts over its duration, the striking single is taken to another level as On Man’s clever wordplay permeates through. With an EP on the way, ‘Squares And Triangles’ is the perfect taste of what’s to come from this intriguing artist.

Victoria Monét – Moment

February 6

L.A. based singer/songwriter Victoria Monét shares her first new single of the year with the incredibly lush and beautiful ‘Moment’. The Ariana Grande collaborator (Monét co-wrote and sang on several tracks on Grande’s Grammy nominated ‘thank you, next’) shines from start to finish as he golden tones glide across the delicate soundscape with ease. An apt title for a single, as this truly is Monét’s moment.

Farida – IGotBetterThingsToDo

February 5

Norwegian singer/songwriter Farida shares an incredibly empowering and explosive new single in the form of ‘IGotBetterThingsToDo’. If you’re looking for a track that will get those energy levels up, look no further than because on ‘IGotBetterThingsToDo’, Farida’s slick vocals and sharp lines will do that just as they glide across the expansive production with ease.

Against All Logic – Illusions Of Shameless Abundance

Chilean-American producer Nicolas Jaar teases new Against All Logic album with double-A side EP ‘Illusions of Shameless Abundance’. The two tracks ‘Alucinao’ (featuring FKA twigs and Estado Unido) and ‘Illusions of Shameless Abundance’ (featuring Lydia Lunch)’ are shape-shifting electronic cuts that twist and turn, dip and dive in all directions. If this EP is anything to go by, the new record (titled ‘2017-2019’ which is out February 7th), is shaping up to be one of the most striking and vivid projects you’ll hear this year.

WizTheMc – Growing Teeth

February 3

South African-born, German-based artist WizTheMC makes quite the impression on his brilliant new mixtape ‘Growing Teeth’. Boosted by the slick opener ‘The One’, the ten-track project wonderfully showcases WizTheMC’s playful songwriting and energetic flow as he works his magic over equally spirited beats. Featuring previously released cuts ‘Patience’, ‘Fear of Heights’ and ‘Take Me’, ‘Growing Teeth’ is a vibe from start to finish.

RENÉ – Space In Between

February 2

London based singer/songwriter RENÉ returns with the short but ever so sweet new single ‘Space In Between’. Even though it’s a little over a minute long, ‘Space In Between’ makes quite the impression as RENÉ’s sensational tones take center stage across the trap-inspired beat. This is RENÉ’s first new music in over a year (her last offering was the delectable ‘Worthy’), and it definitely was worth the wait.

Nilo Blues – No Risk Involved

February 1

Vietnamese-Chinese Canadian artist Nilo Blues refuses to be kept inside the boundaries on blistering new single ‘No Risk Involved’. Soundtracked by an icy trap-inspired beat, the rising hip-hop artists effortlessly shifts from ruthlessly sharp verses to super smooth vocals on the chorus. Check out the powerful track and it’s thought-provoking visual directed by angelicamilash which depicts the “exoticising and fetishising of Asian female stereotypes within the entertainment industry”.

YoursTruly – Dreaming In Colour

January 31

South African producer YoursTruly shares ‘Dreaming In Colour’, an eclectic collection of R&B-infused tracks packed with soul. Over the course of the project’s seven tracks, YoursTruly paints smooth sonic soundscapes that serve as the perfect backdrop for the myriad of collaborators such as Ammo Moses, Naye Ayla, Coco and more work their magic. The combination of YoursTruly’s brilliant production and the vocalists’ stirring tones are a match made in heaven – an absolute must listen!

SEVDALIZA – OH MY GOD

January 30

Dutch/Iranian artist SEVDALIZA marks her return with the hypnotic electronic-led single ‘OH MY GOD’, which comes with a heartwarming visual that patches together snapshots of the producer’s past. The distorted production and pitched vocals are a nod to SEVDALIZA’s signature augmented sounds as she alludes to the current current sociopolitical climate between the United States and her birthplace of Iran.