The vocal high notes of her Minnie Ripperton and Lauryn Hill & D’Angelo covers, the acoustic version of song Golden or the R&B triumph of new single Curve, are just some examples of the justified interest gathering around hugely talented vocalist Kara Marni.
PBSR’s '...and Dusky Doors' EP is the soundtrack to a journey started in Murcia, Spain, with stops in Madrid and London. Released by Yucatan records, new track Holding adventures into Moderat territory after gaining comparisons to James Blake with Volcano.
Wind Up Space, the Young Turks debut single by 1010 Benja SL, ditches the drive time groove of previous track Boofiness in favour of a theatrical vocal demonstration wrapped up in a fog of horns, strings and subtle electronic effects.
Coolhand is the first track of Sasha Spielberg’s Facepaint EP and has the kookiness of an early Kate Bush and the textured electronics of longtime collaborator Nicolas Jaar. The EP will be released by Australian record label Future Classic.
After a hit with Norwegian duo TRXD, Emilie Adams delivers the four-track EP Aliens. Skinny Days produces the pulsating title track and the poppier Watermelon, while Wilder Gray assists on the darker orchestral arrangements of Dance In The Rain.
Ex-drummer G FLIP’s launch single has already been approved by Australia’s Triple J Unearthed. A minimal pulsating synth-pop grower, ’About you’ has the kind of chorus that echoes in your brain after a few listens.
Angelino and Highland Park resident Finneas starts the year with a bare piano and strings declaration of tangled unrequited love. A direct, introspective and confident song from The Slightlys ex-frontman.
US vibes from Greenwich, London, via South Yorkshire. Fresh from supporting Billie Eilish on her European outing, Aeris Rove reaches promising status with this neo-soul, R’n’B, AR produced song ‘Banks’.
Straight-up modern scandi-pop from Oppdal, Norway. 'Vanilla' is Hanne Mjøen latest single after co-writing with R3hab, Matisse & Sadko or Future Duper, and being highlighted as an artist to watch by The Fader.