Something ethereal and lovely from Ifan Dafydd.
One of my favourite tunes of the week. Swedish electro pop that has lots of whistling in it and so is just basically brilliant.
It’s been snowing in London today, which is a bit of a weird situation that I don’t think Londoners are used to in April. But anyway, this little gem of electropop from Black Light Dinner Party has a nice glow around it which seems just about right to listen to at this time of night.
Saint Lou Lou have changed their name to Say Lou Lou and come out with a beautiful new piece of pop.
A new track from Cocovan that’s carrying on with the cutesie electropop sound.
New one from Kristine Mirelle. I find her voice pretty distinctive and her tracks show heaps of potential.
I have a fondness for this neo-soul act. It’s a sexy, perfected sound that still manages to sound pretty raw. Caught A Ghost will release a special version of their debut EP ‘Nightworks’ on April 8th.
I’m a fan of Har Mar Superstar. His brand of pop is incredibly infectious, and although it’s not always amazing to listen to, every now and again he comes out with something huge like that puts a massive smile on my face.
New single from up and coming female MC Amplify Dot. Out April 29th.
Another epic pop track from Swedish Beatrice Eli. Debut EP ‘It’s Over’ is out on March 24th.
A huge new track from George Maple. This lady is getting me excited as hell.
I’m not sure what I think of this new one from Mercedes. Maybe it’s because I haven’t heard anything quite like it. I think it’ll be a grower.
I’m a little in love with this new track from Sweden’s Fou De Toi. It’s a cute little indie pop number.
I don’t know much about Lulu Rouge but this Danish duo have come up with a seriously handsome piece of broody electropop.
This new track from Swedish electro outfit Saturday, Monday is a bit depressing but it’s also pretty nice to listen to.
I’ve rarely seen someone take the blogosphere by storm as much as I have with Fyfe. Anyway, he’s back with this gorgeous track which hops around playfully between the minimal and the epic.
A new indie/ afrobeat sound for Dan Croll’s new track, out in April.