New Music: Dua Saleh

Track of the week. A bold and experimental sound with an almost spoken-word element, delivered in a sharp yet whimsical and mischievous charm.

Dua Saleh

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New Music: Gaidaa

Track of the week. A sublime soul sound with a playful essence. I haven’t felt this much love for a track like this in quite some time.

Gaidaa

New Music: Zola Courtney

Track of the week. If this talent doesn’t take over every playlist, channel or radio by 2020 then I’ll be shocked. Stunning vocal, flawlessly effortless production on the beats… Just the best.

Zola Courtney

Francis Novotny – Blame

Track of the week. The incredible gift with Francis Novotny is you never know what to expect from his releases. This is a richly pulsating track with light synth and a throwback to 90’s RnB.

Francis Novotny

Jeremy Zucker – oh, mexico

Track of the week. A beautiful fragility delivered with simple sincerity from one of my favourite talents of the moment, Jeremy Zucker.

Tom Tripp – TAM

Track of the week. I honestly can’t express how happy this song made me feel… Just when I started to give up hope that some kids out there were too afraid to push the boundaries of RnB. So excellent.

Tom Tripp

Veronica Maggio – Jag kastar bort mitt liv

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.

Veronica Maggio

Dana Williams – Holiday

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.