Sad Saturdays is one of the few tracks released by Russell "Joba" Boring from an album announced back in 2016, shortly after joining Texas born, LA based collective Brockhampton. We do hope the LP sees the light of the day in the future.
The brainchild of singer and drawing artist Pauline de Tarragon and composer multi-instrumentalist Axel Concato, Paris based Pi Ja Ma have recently released the first track from their upcoming debut pop-art album.
Currently putting the finishing touches to their third album, the Birmingham, Alabama, power-gaze trio promise to disclose their interest in electronic music : "We implore more synth, deviating rhythm, and glossier vocals".
Brit R&B artist Zilo has recently shared the video for Don’t Waste My Time, one of the catchiest songs around. Taken from her September debut album The Nature Of The Beast, this sounds like another summer anthem contender.
Table For One is Ego Ella May's new release for some time, where the Londoner smooth neo-soul vocals tower over a crescendo jazzy vibe. A refreshing artist who prefers quality over quantity, without bowing down to the current fast-paced music environment.
Lock-up your husbands and lock-up your sons. Sassy popstress Holiday Sidewinder's debut album Forever or Whatever is set to be release in late 2018, including tracks like Tra$h Can Luv and new single Leo.
Caroline Kingsbury's new single was actually written some time ago when dealing with the possibility of a family bereavement. 'All Gone' is about moving on in life. We can't wait to find out what else is found in that old hard-drive.
A Little Bit Of Trouble, the first song to be extracted from the band's promising sophomore EP Doomsday, was written after an incident at an East London pub. The video has been directed by drummer Andy Banjanin.
TEMPESST - A Little Bit of Trouble (Official Video)
'Don’t Foster Fear' is the name of the forthcoming debut EP by Nicole Kozina. Reflecting on her native Ukraine religious culture and recent political events, the alt-pop from single Pray For The Prey is just a glimpse of her potential.
The New York hip-hop duo's mission of bringing Afrofuturism to the masses can be a step closer to completion with the release of 'bittersweet vol. 1'. The R&B leaning album, contains gems like this Jorja Smith collaboration.
The addictive song Destroyer is the latest cut to be taken of the forthcoming debut EP by Annie Pax. Co-produced with Gotts Street Park's Josh Crocker, the pair manage to inject the right luminosity into an otherwise oppressive emotional landscape.
Caro, a town in France and ‘flesh’ in Latin, are a very interesting alt-rock trio from Leeds who have been releasing great one-off songs for the past two years and gigging extensively throughout the UK. Lick Your Lips is their latest single.
From Gothenburg, the partnership of Emil and Caroline Jonsson with Anders Eckeborn delivers four beautiful dream-pop songs that instantly connect with the listener, gently lifting you to a comfort zone.
Dublin-born Cassia O'Reilly, who previously featured on Mura Masa's 'What If I Go', reinvents herself as Cosha with her full length debut R.I.P Bonzai and the smash summer anthem contender Do You Wanna Dance.