UK singer-songwriter and Nile Rodgers acolyte Kyan channels fresh future-soul direct from his self-induced solitude in LA - and it's a thing of wonder. Don't miss this...
From Johannesburg to Doncaster. Genre-splicing polymath Skinny Pelembe has spent 2018 releasing a volley of gorgeously abstract trip-hop tunes.
Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
After the demise of Palma Violets, new project Gently Tender emerges with scrappy, melancholic indie-punk energy underpinned by psychedelic sensibilities.
Within the suitably bohemian surrounds of a warehouse space in Dalston, sisters AYA have mastered their sweeping, transcendent and cathartic style of pop.
Frost is French-Swedish sound artist Johanna Bramli (Imitation Electric Piano) and Steve Lewis (Fujiya & Miyagi). Dig their binary electronics and transcendental pop here...
TYNI's glittering, intoxicating future-pop and unique shiny style make her a sensational antidote to tired music tropes and bland pop personas.
Casting aside their 60’s inspired rock n’ roll rattlers, The RPM's are now all about glittering, anthemic, indie-pop incandescence.
Kentish Town duo KAWALA are the musical equivalent of the beer garden pint when it’s 28 degrees outside and all your mates have the day off work.
London trio Our Girl deal in pleasingly gooey vocal melodies with an unsettling undercarriage of grungy guitars. Get to know them before their Bill Ryder-Jones-produced debut LP lands...