Krusoe - Give Up The Coast

Poised for a fine 2017; Oxford's Krusoe.

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Monster Florence - Resourceful

Dark charm from London newcomers Monster Florence. Headphones in, volume up for this one. Via P&P.

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North Downs - Nothin'

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Comparisons to Foals are inevitable and justified. A new genre busting UK act to get giddy about.

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Abi Ocia - Running

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One of the finest, most mesmerising breakthrough singles you'll hear this year, by West London's Abi Ocia

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Kllo - Bolide

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If you're not already acquainted, meet Melbourne's finest two-piece Kllo and the exceptional Bolide.

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Walls To Build is also belting. You're going to want to hear the EP after these two crackers, it's avaiable on various platforms here.

Geowulf - Saltwater

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Favourite chorus of the summer.

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Elle Watson - Phantom

Elle Watson is the most enthralling and seductive new artist to emerge from the UK in 2016 so far.

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Rainsford - S.I.D.

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Stylish and soul tinged debut from the LA based Mad Men actress, Vogue model, and ex-country singer, Rainsford.

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Kauf - Through The Yard

Let this roll, it's sublime.

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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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Cassius ft Cat Power & Mike D - Action


Summer 2016 is successfully sound-tracked by French house duo, Cassius.

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Alyss - The Talking Palm Tree


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Hypnotic, rich new-soul electro silk from London's Alyss.

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Gypsy & The Cat - I Just Wanna Be Somebody Else

Mega sunny indie rock from Melbourne's Gypsy & The Cat.

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Tom Redwood - I've Fallen For You

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Fantastic debut single from Sweden's Tom Redwood. Jump on board now.

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Liyv - Drowning

The sparkling and seductive latest from Seattle's dream pop duo, Liyv who will be releasing a new track each month.

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Strong Asian Mothers - The More That I

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The More That I has the feel of a breakthrough single for London trio Stong Asian Mothers, full of layered ideas, strong melodies and riffy brass synths. You may recognise the vocal from the excellent Khushi.

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Dead Ceremony - Tell Me Lies

The title track for Kent four-piece Dead Ceremony's debut EP, due out this Spring.

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Vanessa Elisha - Out Of Time

Three years since she was first featured on here as an unsigned DIY artist and Vanessa Elisha is now a bona fide pop star. This is brilliant.

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Lyves - Darkest Hour

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Lyves with a mesmerising, soulful return.

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Delta Will - A Dream

So much creativity in this by Toronto band, Delta Will.

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Wolfie - Obi Wan

Very unlikely that hypnotic R&B and Star Wars references have ever combined as seductively as on Obi Wan by South London's Wolfie. Free download of the equally excellent Seeds below too.

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San Scout - Render

Glitchy yet silky future pop soul from Leeds via London duo, San Scout.

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WILDES - Bare


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The stunning debut single from 19 year old West-Londoner WILDES.

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Kidnap Kid ft Leo Stannard - Moments


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High Tyde - Dark Love

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The rambunctious new single from Brighton's High Tyde is their best yet.

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More - Sweet

Copenhagen duo More, via Oblivious Pop.

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Elle Watson - Body

Smokey debut single from East London singer songwriter, Elle Watson.

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