New Music: Bright Light Bright Light ‘Feel It’

New single from Alfitude favourite, Bright Light Bright Light. As usual, it’s a brilliant throwback to 90’s house that will get your heart pulsing some.

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First Listen: Agnes ‘All I Want Is You’

Swedish pop royalty Agnes has a new single out now, with fourth studio album ”Veritas” out on September 5th.

First Listen: Lissi Dancefloor Disaster ‘Singing My Heart Out’

Mix a formula with some vintage The Knife, some current Robyn and a little Miike Snow, and you get this track. It is pretty spectacular. This is the new song from Swedish lady Lissi Dancefloor Disaster.

First Listen: Little Night Terrors ‘Young Lion’

I featured Little Night Terrors back in April and I have to say, they’re getting better and better with each track I hear! This is their new single, out in September.

First Listen: My Preserver ‘You Know Something That I Don’t Know’

Loving this bit of British up and coming rock from My Preserver, who were featured on here not so long ago. Single’s out August 27th.

First Watch: Tanya Lacey ‘Too Many Cooks’

One of my favourite breakout artists from 2012, Tanya Lacey has a new video. And as expected, I’m blown away. The EP ‘Head Chef’, is out October 8th.

First Listen: Youngblood Hawke

Featured late last year, it’s very easy to put Youngblood Hawke’s new single on loop and listen to it all day- catchy and really bright pop. Will this be their breakthrough? Yes…

First Listen: Jess Mills ‘For My Sins’

One of my favourites from this year, Jess Mills has a new, beautiful single out soon, and this is a preview.

First Listen: Delphic ‘Good Life’

I really like Delphic. Their debut, Acolyte, was a favourite when it was released a couple of years ago. This is their new track, ‘Good Life’, and is so fresh. Love.

First Watch: Man Like Me ‘London Town VIP’

One big track deserves to get a re-release. Man Like Me will release their new single ‘London Town VIP’ on August 20th The song might be familiar to fans of the band, but it has been given a reboot by Mike Skinner, who is currently working with the band on their new album,The track, which is an anthem lamenting the downfall of a UK garage MC, has been a crowd favourite at Man Like Me’s riotous live shows for years – and is set to become an alternative anthem for London 2012 with this incredible new version.

First Listen: Foe ‘Frankenstein’

Foe drops the final single off her debut album ‘Bad Dream Hotline’ this month, called ‘Black Lodge’ (released Monday 23rd). It comes with the previously unheard b side ‘Frankenstein’, which is what you’re listening to right now. She’s also playing the Hoxton Bar and Kitchen on Thursday 26th July.

First Listen: Kymberley Kennedy ‘The Kym Possible Mixtape’

Kymberley Kennedy’s back with a new mixtape. It’s good.

First Listen: Little Mix ‘Wings’

This is the first proper single from Little Mix the most recent series X-Factor UK. I should not like it but I think it’s amazing!

First Listen: Meg Myers ‘Tennessee’

Any song that contains the word ‘douche’ in the lyrics is likely to be an interesting listen… So here’s one by Meg Myers for you. This is a brilliant, raw, sexy track and not something you’d have heard before.

First Listen: Fabio Lendrum ‘Out The Water’

Fabio Lendrum was one of the first people I featured on here, and it feels like it’s been ages ago. This song’s been out for about a week now and it’s near perfection, so I’m more excited to hear more than I was before.

First Listen: A*M*E ‘Find A Boy’

It seems like a lot of artists featured ages ago are finally starting to roll out some new tracks and this new tune, written by Emeli Sande, is brilliant new British pop by A*M*E.

First Listen: Bebe Black ‘Deathwish’

Amazing new track from someone who will no doubt be very, very popular very soon. You can download this track for free over on her website!

First Listen: Josh Kumra ‘Helicopters & Planes’

Josh Kumra is one of the most exciting kids to come out of 2012 so far for me, and his magnificent debut single ‘Helicopters & Planes’ (with U.S.G member K Koke guesting) is amazing. Produced by the man of the moment Naughty Boy, it sees Josh deliver a slice of distinctly UK hip hop soul.

First Listen: Noisettes ‘Winner’

This has been out there for over a week, but if you’re reading this in the UK you’ll probably feel the need to hear this today after the long weekend you’ve (probably) just had. It’s the Noisette’s new single and it’s very good.