We’ve been watching this youngster for a while – really promising stuff from Good Years’ newest signing Yellow Days. His style is reminiscent of King Krule yet he employs a certain new age soul to his sound. Well worth a listen – also watch the video below!
RHYE producer Robin Hannibal teams up with Boston newbie johan on this brand new release. ‘High in the Woods’ draws inspiration from literally just that – running riot on a Tuesday night…in the woods. Speaking on the inspiration for the track, johan states “There’s a strange suburban magic that comes out in the rarest of hours, when you sneak around the woods at 1am on a Tuesday with your crew, while everyone’s parents are asleep.” It makes for an enticing track that sinfully encourages the emergence of one’s darker side. Listen below:
Each month of 2016 the brand new soloist ‘Sundai‘ is going to be dropping a fresh new track on Spotify and iTunes. The London town hailing youngster’s sound fuses catchy hip hop beats with future RnB and soul. Produced by Jarreau Vandal (Soulection) have a listen to her track ‘Sugar Sweet Tea’ below:
London based gritty belter Jimi Charles Moody is back with his new track ‘Turns to Gold’. This track is much more up beat that the majority of his work and it’s refreshingly nostalgic. Having just got back from Texas, this country twang is exactly what we like to hear. “Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Moody museum”:
This track has been on repeat over the last month and we still can’t get enough. If you haven’t had the chance to check out the Metronomy backing singer ‘Kenzie May‘ then have a listen now:
The anonymous Londoners’ are back with their second track ‘Keeping Me Under’ which fails to deter you from pressing that replay button over and over again. Smooth, easy, addictive pop funk – that genre that’s indescribably euphoric. Whilst they maintain to keep their identity under wraps, their music is definitely making waves. Listen below:
If you do one thing this entire weekend, please may it be to just rap your ears around the silky sass of Mullally. This Norfolk newcomer’s soulful tones are an absolute joke, sophisticated, confident and beyond good. Nice work.
“When The Sun Goes Down” is the debut track from Manchurian alternative soul artist Tom Walker. It’s refreshingly soulful and Walker brings a Paolo Nutini esc grit to some of the vocals that flows perfectly with the original 1930s sample. Nice work indeed, have a listen below:
Bit of soulful R’n’b from the brilliant new comer Tom Bailey to ease you into the weekend. Nice
It’s virtually axiomatic that a Tom Misch and Kiko Bun mix up is going to be gloriously funky, soulful and just ch.i.ll.ed.