Anna Straker - Late Night Swimming

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Expect to see 19 year old Londoner Anna Straker popping up all over the shop, this is fantastic.

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Brooke Bentham - I'll See You In A While

Beautiful music from 19 year old Londoner Brooke Bentham.

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Estrons - Drop

Energy from Cardiff.

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Bay Ledges - Hearts

LA band Bay Ledges sound like a soulful LA Priest eating an ice cream.

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Elle Watson - Losing Any Sleep

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The simmering, shudder-inducing follow up to the brilliant Body by London's one-to-watch, Elle Watson.

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Sara Hartman - Satellite

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Satellite, the colourful title track from Sara Hartman's forthcoming EP, is the most on-point pop song that 2016 has delivered so far and deserves to be this summer's go-to uplifting anthem.

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Slowolf ft Kimbra - White Feathers

A worldy of a collaboration between Copenhagen-based DJ, jazz drummer and producer SLOWOLF and New Zealand singer Kimbra, combining alt-jazz, R&B, hip hop, pop, deep production, organic instrumentation and beneath it all, a glorious song.

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Slovenlie - Disaster

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A haunting, almost nonchalant vocal sat over a relentless, pulsating synth drone is some way to make your entrance. Nine Inch Nails v Grimes is probably the best reference for the beautiful-yet-brutal first single from London based Slovenlie and as one of the most exciting and enthralling new tracks of 2016 so far, Disaster is an essential listen.

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Donna Missal - Sick

Donna Missal is fast becoming my favourite new singer. The seductive understatement of Sick contrasts the grungy depth she showed on Keep Lying and her Hotline Bling cover. Tipped for 2016 for good reason.

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