Devon native Yaz Aiyla delivers a modern R&B classic exploring the excitement of new love with her latest release ‘Stay Lost’.
Following a two-year sabbatical, indie pop trio Honest Men return with the first taster from their anticipated long-player Field of Vision out later this year.
Welsh electronic producer and performer Rachel K Collier returns with another hook-laden triumph.
With her most darkly energetic release to date, new rap impresario Abby Power shows relentless versatility.
Marko Nyberg’s latest stunning solo release centers around grief and our meetings with death.
Jenny Kern questions the constant, ever-evolving and complicated themes of anxiety in her latest release ‘Where Did The Time Go‘.
We are made of stardust. Well, nearly all the elements in the human body were made in a star and many have come through several supernovas*.
Painting shades of glorious nostalgia, lo-fi electro outfit PPJ deliver a wonderfully sweet and entirely addictive track in ‘Neném‘.
A self-confessed song about “pointless crime and unapologetic aggression”, Nova Scotia outfit Spirit of the Wildfire help blowtorch flesh from bones with unmerciful punk juggernaut ‘Ski-Mask‘.
Ireland is continuing to produce some of the finest R&B, Neo-Soul and rap talents of late, Soulé is a stellar addition and after a two year sabbatical, she returns with one of the stand-out tracks of 2021.