Hot New Stuff // John J Presley, Left

Hot New Stuff //

Nothing says happy easter quite like some filthy, grungy blues-tinged whisky rock. The bold Left has been getting some support from BBC Radio 1 and Xfm, for good reason.

f John J Presley

Blonde ft Ryan Ashley, Foolish

Neo 90's R&B influenced house from our new summer-vibe heroes Blonde, featuring PMR signee Ryan Ashley - Foolish is surely this year's inner city BBQ anthem.

f Blonde
f Ryan Ashley

Tourist ft Lianne La Havas, Patterns

What is this, Tourist week? The boy's absolutely killing it. This time featuring Lianne La Havas' outrageously effortless vocals. 

Tourist Remix - London Grammar, Sights

If you're one of those remixers who just adds a house kick and some reverse cymbals to a track then stab yourself in the face with a pencil and get your lazy ears around this. How it should be done. Glorious.

DP, Jabar (Prod by Brooklyn Taylor)

Record Of The Week //

Pull a mean face and flex those neck muscles as you bounce your big ugly head to these vicious lines from 20 year old Virginia rapper DP. Pummelling beat from Brooklyn Taylor. Keep those ugly eyes on this one. Oh, and it's free.

t DP
t Brooklyn Taylor

Frida Sundemo, Drawn To You

This has been kicking around for whole week now and the conclusion is that it's a catchy, infection little synth nugget from Stockholm's latest pop siren.

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Chester Watson, Yetti

Prolific, talented and young (17), Chester Watson's deep tone and dry delivery evoke shades of Earl Sweatshirt but the real reason he's definitely one to watch is lines like “The new kid, but he’s archaic with usage/ Scarface of the future, but I be chillin’ with Shakespeare at Hooters”. Damn, he's got it together early. 

f Chester Watson

He also featured on that sick Glass Animals rework.

Monogem, Wait And See

Wait And See is the debut single from Los Angeles synth pop duo Monogem. Think CHVRCHES soundtracking Drive with orange stained skies, toffee ice creams and a sexy slo mo montage.

L'homme aux 4 lettres, Kimono

A percussive industrial electronic instrumental made by one of the Point Point guys. It's good and it's free.

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Wilsen, Magnolia

Just as powerful as Dusk, the track which put NYC's Wilsen on our radar, Magnolia is a smooth talking bandit, waiting to seduce you and steal your time with its silky, breathy beauty.

f Wilsen