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Featured artist: PLYA

Just three singles in and with stacks of praise already, PLYA (pronounced 'playa', the Spanish for beach) are going places with their dark and dreamy electronic pop...

Featured artist: Girlhood

London duo Girlhood rustle up super-chilled melodies and nostalgic beats that are indebted to the nineties neo-soul and hip-hop they love. Get involved - they're on the road soon...

Featured Composer: Alex Woolf

The award-winning composer has gone from strength to strength since winning BBC Young Composer of the Year in 2012, becoming one of the UK's freshest new voices.

Featured artist: Great Silkie

Trading in primitive rock 'n' roll for dreamy, shimmering sonics, the former The Voyeurs guitarist decamped to the English countryside to create his wistful, folk-tinged sound.

Featured artist: The Fish Police

Surreal, genre-bending and laced with funk guitar lines, glitchy synths and drum machine beats, The Fish Police make infectious neurodiverse sounds.

Featured artist: Big Zuu

Against a backdrop of major label signings and widespread industry props, grime emcee Big Zuu is keeping things true with his lyrical gravity and unswerving flow. Get to know him here...

Featured artist: Ferris & Sylvester

Ferris & Sylvester bring folk music into the 21st century with their up-beat arrangements and thoughtful lyrics detailing life in South London on new EP, Made In Streatham.

Featured artist: Mali Hayes

With both Gilles Peterson and Jamie Cullum tipping her for big things, it looks like 2018 is already in the bag for Manchester neo-soul artist Mali Hayes. Get to know her here...

Featured artist: Husky Loops

With an open mind for rhythm and influences spanning 70s Italian songwriters to grime, art-rockers Husky Loops are intent on making a genre-bending racket.