Well crafted and cute chillwave from Spain. Check out here.
Thrashy indie pop. Check out here.
Think Bat for Lashes via Lana Del Rey and you get a hint of this sound. Check out here.
The catchiest thing you’ll listen to all day. Danish/ Norwegian indie pop with a friendly kick. Check out here.
Great new pop from the angst-ridden Chlöe Howl.
I haven’t heard much from Vanbot lately so I was pleasantly surprised to see this new video. Good to see she’s still churning out that catchy Swedish electropop.
A new-soul rap sound with a very heavy 90’s influence. There’s potential there, it’ll be interesting to see how this develops. Check out here.
Australian electro from a duo that have over 700k likes on Facebook to get you ready for your evening. Check out here.
I like this. It’s a collective from LA who make some very interesting electro pop sounds that have a sense of soul around them. Check out here.
Cute guitar pop from Minnesota. It’s harmless enough! Check out here.
French electropop. I have no idea what it’s about but it sounds catchy. Check out here.
Up and coming singer-songwriter from Camden. There’s a nice rawness to the voice. Check out here.
Folk that’s so warm and easy to listen to it makes you feel like you’re in the company of old friends. Check out here.
This work from Lane 8 samples a Diana Ross & The Supremes classic (I’ll let you guess which one for yourselves), but it’s such a lovely remix that I have to share it with you all.
I don’t write much about Quantic because they’re a personal favourite and sometimes it’s nice to be selfish and keep some things to myself. Plus, they’ve been around for longer than I can remember. However, it is Friday and I feel really good, and I want you to as well. So enjoy these new visuals from Quantic and Alice Russell.
Canadian electro. Happy Friday! Check out here.
This is the sort of think you’d want to listen to on a dark cold afternoon with a glass of neat scotch. The album drops March 25th. Check out here.
The more I listen to Ms. Henrik the more compelled I become with him. This is the new video to his single, and it’s weird and awkward but seems to make sense. To me, anyway.
I don’t really read press releases that often (I don’t have the time), so I just go straight through to the links. When I looked at this guy’s photo on my email the last thing I thought he would be is a rapper from Ilford, but he is. And he sounds very promising. Check out here.