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Rebekah Fitch, Game Over

Northern Irish artist Rebekah Fitch’s new single Game Over is an exciting and confident fusion of Pop, R&B and Electronica that caught our attention immed...

Katie Wood, Where Have You Been?

London-based musician Katie Wood may have only released her first single back in March (Steve) followed by the wildly popular Uh Huh Yeah in June, but we're al...

Seven Seers, Lovestruck Daydreamer

London-based artist Seven Seers (aka Theo) returns today with an indie pop banger featuring his signature 80's synth sounds fused with an up-tempo pop rock dri...

lavender, constantly

London-based duo lavender, aka Adam Jackson (instrumentalist/vocalist) & Oskar Rice (producer/beatmaker), have been on our radar these past few months, tea...

Twenty Committee, Something New

Following the release of their highly praised single In A Rush ft. Chloe Rodgers last month, Scandinavian collective Twenty Committee, led by producer Anders K...

New Sounds: Dizzy

Four-piece Canadian band Dizzy have just released a cover of Talking Heads’ This Must Be The Place, via Communion Records from their new Basement Covers EP out...

Elizabeth Moen, Creature of Habit

Elizabeth Moen has made her highly-anticipated return to music with today's release Creature of Habit, her first single of 2020. It’s been a restless pandemic ...

n-eight presents: Electric Blue

Some of you may remember our next n-eight presents showcase as Sunseed, a group we featured on the site a while back (pssst, here). But to debut their new name...

Ed Nash, Think You Feel the Same

Bombay Bicycle Club's Ed Nash has made a spectacular return with his solo release Think You Feel the Same. After previously releasing music under the pseudonym...

Millie Turner, Eye of the Storm

Hailing from the East End, Millie Turner is a musical and artistic force to be reckoned with, creating pulsating Pop music with a raw edge. Music is "how I am ...
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