New Music: Rozette

A powerful and sassy pop sound, with hints of old-school soul.

Rozette Music

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fijitrip – New$hoes

Another playful release from the Norwegian nineteen year-old talent who’s not afraid to put some quirkiness into indie. Debut EP, ‘Tech’, comes out on April 21st.

fijitrip

New Music: Knucks

Track of the week. I literally can’t stop listening to this… A bold mix of vintage soundbites, old-school string samples and the smoothest vocal delivery this side of London.

Knucks

New Music: Luuvis

A mellow and smooth RnB vibe that’s so easy to listen to.

“This is a song I’ve been working on for a while and I’ve channeled all my favourite music, from Jhene Aiko to Noah Slee. Working with Mayila and Martin Nessi has definitely made this song really special.”

Luuvis

New Music: Em Rossi

Pop music doesn’t get more uplifting than this right now…

“The song was written about the night my parents fell in love while attending California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California.”

Em Rossi

New Music: Faride

A charming and fun mix of RnB and pop.

“Comfort Food is a play on what was expected of women and how food was something that women used to please men. It’s normalising not having to be that comfort for a guy. Its about prioritising yourself and self-love.”

Faride

New Music: Brooks Barry

Heartfelt lyrics and a melodic, mellow pop sound from this Nashville talent.

“Play Pretend is about love lost and the desire to hold onto something that’s no longer there. People change and sometimes it’s easier to hold on and pretend rather than face the truth and let go.”

Brooks Barry

New Music: Stevie Ray

Feel-good hip hop from the Bay Area.

‘Nothing But Love is a celebration of love and a rejection of capitalist programming. It’s about loving people now, and letting go of the idea that you have to become someone to be someone. Some folks got everything in the world, but the only thing that anyone needs is love.”

Stevie Ray

New Music: Andreas Vey

Beautifully simple yet emotional pop with a sense of melancholy.

“I had a breakdown and moved to Berlin to begin again. Somehow it started with a clutch of failures and setbacks. I couldn’t find a place to stay and worked in twenty or more different daily jobs and finally my girlfriend broke up with me. I was pretty lost and disillusioned and I wandered through the city a lot at that time. I remember being pretty overwhelmed by the hectic of the city and all the different impressions while I was seeking refuge and solace.”

Andreas Vey

New Music: ZELAH

Powerfully atmospheric alt-pop from London.

“It’s full of conflicting emotions and is pretty reflective on the modern dating culture and the level of uncertainty everyone feels with a new relationship and where it’s going… But it also has a lot of those amazing, positive feelings in the early stages of something when you just can’t stop thinking about someone.”

ZELAH

New Music: Kitty Coen

A fresh blend of psych rock and electropop.

“Kitty was an official SXSW this year, however the festival was cancelled due to CO-VID 19. Kitty plans to release a music video for this track in mid May.”

Kitty Coen

New Music: Ross Quinn

A beautifully textured and emotive piece of British left-pop.

“You’, is inspired by the early & exciting stages of a relationship. Forming a connection with someone, trying to gain a better understanding of them and their somewhat, elusive feelings. I wanted that energy to match in production with a driving beat, yet keeping the warm tones and textures throughout, taking you back to that place of the relationship.”

Ross Quinn