After raising many eyebrows with the official debut 'Freshman Year', the follow-up single 'Blonde' seems to confirm the interest on one of the youngest promising artists of the year and new ambassador of American teenage pop.
'Never Mean To Call' is the new synthwave offering by Claudia Mintz. After the dreampop debut EP 'Toast' written with Joshua Mehling, the Chicago artist embraces the lonely feeling of being an outsider on this collaboration with label mate S. Holden Jaffe.
'Wash' is the latest by singer-songwriter J Appiah, who found his voice in the East London churches and Ghana culture. An introspective and heartfelt song about spirituality and coming to terms with the loss of a father he never knew.
The CGI model ventures into the music arena with Bauuer via LuckyMe records. The songs keep on with the Harlem Shake's producer trap and bass output, without no much info around about the vocalist performing for the McFedries and Decou digital art project.
After a parenthood record release hiatus, the electronic musician recently showcased his new songs at Iceland Airwaves. The new release by the favourite "sad midnight laptop musician" of the Reykjavík Grapevine could be around the corner.
The London based singer-songwriter has spent a lot of time in LA during the past year, preparing the follow-up to the two singles 'I'm not her' and 'Lover like you', hinting with images of Joy Division, Andy Warhol, Curtis Mayfield and XTC.
One of the main exponents of the new Belgian rap scene collaborating with Roméo Elvis, Veence Hanao or YellowStraps, producer and graphic designer Le Motel delivers his own blend of footwork, hip-hop, jazz and techno on the two LPs 'Oka' and 'Morale 2'.
Dynamite is the latest by Brighton R&B and Soul artist Louis Mattrs. Fresh from producing TS Graye, collaborating with G-Eazy and SG Lewis, and after the success of last year's debut album 'On The Rocks', we look forward to his 2019 new material.
From South West London with Nigerian, Chadian and French genes, Arlo Parks debut single 'Cola' was written as "a reminder that betrayal is inevitable when it comes to pretty people that think flowers fix everything".
Elena Tonra, founding member of trio Daughter, is about to release a solo album under the moniker Ex:Re. Recorded at the in-house studio at 4AD, the LP is co-produced by Elena and engineer Fabian Prynn with string arrangements by Josephine Stephenson.
The brainchild of Majestic Casual's producer and artist Moglii, Moglebaum are a five-pice band from Germany creating futuristic pop-music with a passion for detail - a soundscape composed of beat-based music and acoustic orchestration.
Swimming comfortably between garage-rock and lo-fi pop, Natalie Chaha's debut album 'Keeping up with Miss World' pokes fun at and references mainstream cyber-culture, with a raucous and youthful exuberance.
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Having released a country album in her teens, and after a brief stint living in LA, Calgary-native Makk is now on her third single 'Use me' - a dark and edgy song about a girl struggling with an addiction to heroin.
The first release signed to Capitol records continues on the success on her sultry and cheeky debut EP 'After Hours'. Co-written and produced with Ben Ash, aka Two Inch Punch, in Los Angeles, 'Pull up' is a big step forward towards the top of the charts.
The mysterious reported trio, with roots in London and New York, have recently released the excellent 'Soak'. Described as "Astro-soul, acid R&B, subterranean trip-hop with a lemon twist...", the result is a real success.
Gaining support from BBC Radio 1Xtra with her debut 'Make Me Cry' and 'Love The things You Do' earlier this year, the London R&B songstress releases 'Talk About It' - a song about mental health and the effect that it has on relationships.
Los Angeles based fka Colin Magalong brings back the funk on the recently released six-track Scrimmage EP. With 90's inspired hooks and nu-disco grooves, the San Francisco artist cites Breakbot, Michael Jackson and Kid Cudi as influences.