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…
Track of the week. While Jasmine Thompson already has a huge following, this is a shamelessly brave take on jazz that manages to sound incredibly current while still nostalgic.
Track of the week. Delicate melodies contradict dark, deconstructive beats.
Track of the week. Although this was released last week, I still can’t stop obsessing over it. That chorus gives me CHILLS!
Track of the week. A purely lovely and beautiful jazz-infused indie vibe.
Track of the week. It’s not an easy listen at first – a little messy and quirky, but it grows into a catchy and charming sound.
Track of the week. Already causing a stir in his native Norway for some time, this talent fuses mellow hip hop with a poppy edge.
Track of the week. Disco and hip hop in a perfect, stylised harmony.
Track of the week. Mixing elements of 80’s and 00’s pop while still making a very current sound with some interesting lyrics.
This is the first release from Dorian Electra that has really got me interested, so I’m looking forward to seeing what 2019 brings…
Track of the week. This sends me back to some of the feelings that ran through me when I first heard Amy Winehouse’s ‘Frank’… It’s a new take on jazz that is effortless and gorgeous.
Track of the week. A blend of soul and RnB from this West London talent.
Track of the week. Blanche gained fame last year after representing Belgium at Eurovision.
While she didn’t win (the song she performed was considered ahead of it’s time for a music contest that has a notorious reputation for showing off the Continent’s cheesier side), she has continued to develop her uniquely dark pop sound…
Track of the week. This takes me back to old-school Stevie Wonder. RnB delivered in the purest, most effortless way.