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.
New Yorker and prolific songwriter Josh Tobias debuted three years ago with 'Beachside Lover'. For his sixth song release this year, Tobias teams-up with Ben Flanders for the country dance-pop hybrid 'Some People Don't Change'.
The Melbourne producer of introverted glitch and electronica, returns with Strange Organism, pondering on social media and voyeurism. After previous awarded promo video efforts, we can't wait for this one.
The fast-rising R&B and Soul musician celebrates the release of ‘I Could Be Loved’ with a headline show on November 19th at London's The Waiting Room. The 5-track EP includes collaborations with Marie Dahlstrøm, Melo-Zed and Chloe Martini.
Fresh from his first UK headline shows and soon to release the single 'London Stock', Bristol’s Harvey Causon take on contemporary R&B has already received the support of BBC radio 1 and 1Xtra on his collaboration with Gabriel Gifford 'Worn You'.
Harvey Causon, Gabriel Gifford - Worn You (Official Video)
The LA based Ethiopian singer, writer and visual artist returns after a two year hiatus with the Jon Bap produced song Free Again, "an ode to imagination, growing up and harnessing the childlike energy we all carry with us".
A very strong debut by the reported multi-million signed Columbia Records artist. Dominik Fike delivers effortlessly visceral rock or latin hip-hop, with potential hits like 'Socks', 'King of Everything' or the Kevin "Capi" Carbo collaboration below.
It has been a steady rise since the Humberside quintet released their 10-track LP 'Wild Notion' last April. Recorded in Hackney, London, the sound of the band has been described by Going Solo as 80's indie-pop with hazy melodies and nostalgic sensibility.
Toronto singer and songwriter Victoria Sheahan doubles-up her output on the act 2 of the 'hold A' project. From the collaborations with Michaël Malih to the more intimate interludes, the 8-track EP is a triumph.
Matilda Melin kick-started the year with the successful Wasted and has been consistently delivering singles through it. NoNoh, her latest, "is about that moment when you feel you’ve had enough of someone’s bullshit".
The front woman from Minneapolis indie folk band Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps, recently released her solo debut EP Bad Habit on NY boutique record label Neon Gold Records, collaborating with Tommy English and Nicky Davey.
The West London songwriter, producer and video director recently released Small Clean: an 11-track collection influenced by American R&B and Hip-Hop as well contemporary UK Jazz, reflecting on information overload, gang culture and London's dystopian edge.
The Glasgow formed alt-rock trio makes a promising return with a heavier progressive sound in song Milky Milk. Eva, Luciano and Danny's latest release follows on the success of debut single Forget It's Good and last year's fascinating singles collection.
The lead vocalist of doom-rock band King Woman reveals the grungier title song of the promising 8-track as Miserable. The forthcoming two part EP 'Loverboy / Dog Days' also includes the combustive Gasoline.
After a positive start in the US with debut EP Interlude, the alternative neo-soul singer continues to impress with the release of River, another example of the lo-fi vibe and effortless cool vocal harmonies by the LA resident.
A purveyor of queer 'hungover pop', Imogen Davies aka foxgluvv and long-term collaborator Scott Colcombe drop the radio friendly single Fries. A song to be blasted at full volume when you reach the end of a relationship.