Track of the week. I know it’s entirely in Swedish but wait until the beat drops because it’s pure bliss – this is Sweden’s finest and a reminder to never underestimate this nation’s natural instinct to create some of the world’s best pop.
Track of the week. Swedish dark electro pop with pulsating intensities of emotion.
Track of the week. Just a perfect summer pop sound that deserves to be enjoyed out in the sun.
Track of the week. Nothing more to say other than to call this sublime. Simply… SUBLIME! There is a new generation of neo-soul emerging and I am so excited to see where this leads.
Track of the week. Mellow yet strangely joyous tones, wrapped in a dreamy pop sound, direct from New Zealand.
Track of the week. Power pop with some big lyrics.
Track of the week. Ghanian neo-soul with the most flawless execution on beats and vocals.
Track of the week. Summery indie pop with a softly anthemic undertone of rebellion and youth.
Track of the week. While this is a live track (which I am never too fond of online), the talent is evident here. It’s effortlessly beautiful jazzy pop with a wistful essence.
Track of the week. This London talent has successfully taken a multitude of genres and blended them masterfully to create a bold, new and edgy sound.
Track of the week. A powerful and modern take on psychedelic soul that’s so intense that it leaves you a little breathless when it’s finished.
Track of the week. Boldly experimental and conceptual, yet still a relatively easy listen.
Track of the week. Melancholic hip hop with a dark yet ambient atmosphere.
Track of the week. A talent who’s only 14-years old and delivers a raw indie pop sound with innocent charm.
Track of the week. An almost ethereal, dreamy sound with a soulful essence.
Track of the week. A hazy mix of summery, chilled indie vibes and pop.
Track of the week. A Swedish duo delivering smooth RnB with a soulful, poppy edge.
Track of the week. A blend of indie and soul from Norway.
Track of the week. JNR WILLIAMS continues to impress with this emotional blend of dark pop, soul and RnB. It’s quite something…