The LA-based singer and rapper returns with a playful-sounding track that flirts between pop and hip hop.
Flawlessly executed dance-pop with a dark and cinematic essence from the ever-impressive talent that is Empara Mi.
Bringing the 70’s back with a kitsch, indie twist, Kid Bloom returns with a new single that’s so damn infectious and feel-good that I can’t think of a better way to start the week with.
Disco and dark electro-pop come together on Norwegian outfit ISÁK’s new release.
BRIDGE returns today and in all honesty I fell in love so hard with both of these songs that I just have to share them with you.
This LA-based talent merges hip hop with RnB and alt-pop in a way that is so flawlessly executed that it’s no wonder he gets almost half a million monthly listeners on Spotify.
With the release of new EP ‘Trip 2020’ (which is out now), Polly Money debuts visuals for her gorgeous single ‘In The Dark’, which is all about the realisation that you still need the intimacy of an ex, but not the actual relationship itself.
“It’s safe to say 2020 has come with highs and lows and as I sit here a seasoned twenty-something being asked what ‘Trip2020’ is about, it pretty much sums up the wild ride the last few years have been. Many times of elation and equal amounts of anxiety.”
Intense yet minimal Norwegian electro-pop that carries a captivating sense of tension and darkness.
Another stunning slice of disco pop from one the UK’s brightest and most talented starlets. Just press play and feel those good vibes…
A finessed yet experimental mix of alt-pop with Eastern sounds from Turkish talent emir taha.
There’s really not much to say about this new ballad from iris other than it’s likely to be the most beautiful thing you’ll hear all day.
“‘greedy’ is about that moment when you have the realisation that you’ve not been respected in a relationship, you’re finally ready to speak up, you know your worth and you set yourself free. A reclamation of power!”
One of the most exciting talents emerging out of Australia of late, Eves Karydas returns today with another slice of premium pop. Teaming up with an all female songwriting team on the track, the song feels playful yet carries relatable lyricism to anyone who’s been in a toxic relationship.
“Someone once said to me ‘being in love is like being given drugs for free’. At the time I was experiencing a real lack of security in the relationship I was in. I was in a place where my happiness was so heavily reliant on a guy giving me attention. The annoying part of it all was that no matter how many lows there were, I was addicted to the highs. It clouded my vision and I made poor decisions.”
A sublimely beautiful soulful number from Nyah Grace. Simple in it’s form yet spellbinding in it’s melody.
NEL’s latest release feels like an intricately textured and experimental slice of RnB perfection.
“‘hurts 2 hate somebody’ is a track about moving on from resenting someone or even a situation. I’m naturally a very pessimistic person, I’ve really had to train my mind to not jump to the worst thing that could possibly happen or just assume someone hates me right off the bat. It gets to a point where you get so tired of being miserable that it’s more harmful to yourself than to the person you hate. It’s really not worth the energy, and when you realise that, you begin to recognise it in other people. I feel like it’s so trendy to have a bad attitude, or to be too cool to care for people but hate is so toxic for yourself and everyone around you, go be happy, put the good energy out and it’ll come back.”
A beautiful song by Rudie Edwards, written for the days of youth when she met the first boy she loved; and for Dover, the place she grew up in.
“It’s my little thank you to him. My little thank you for the things I miss from back then.”