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

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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.

New Music: Eloise

Track of the week. While this is a live track (which I am never too fond of online), the talent is evident here. It’s effortlessly beautiful jazzy pop with a wistful essence.

Eloise

New Music: aboutagirl

Track of the week. This London talent has successfully taken a multitude of genres and blended them masterfully to create a bold, new and edgy sound.

aboutagirl

New Music: Black Pumas

Track of the week. A powerful and modern take on psychedelic soul that’s so intense that it leaves you a little breathless when it’s finished.

Black Pumas

New Music: Willa Amai

Track of the week. A talent who’s only 14-years old and delivers a raw indie pop sound with innocent charm.

Willa Amai