Main Playlist Update 22/10/2018
This week we've made a couple of changes across the A, B, and C lists. We have added MØ's 'Blur' to the A-List, as well as French Montana & Drake with 'No Stylist'. We have swapped Jungle and Mabel for Dave and Brockhampton on the B list, and on the C list, we've added 'Lightenup' by Parcels and 'Can't You See' by FIDLAR.
As always, the New Music Playlist is stuffed of all the best new discoveries.
Babeheaven - Fresh Faced
West London ambient trip-hop duo Babeheaven’s new single ‘Fresh Faced’ is more of their chilled, dreampop style. ‘Fresh Faced’ is a rolling, softly produced single, with gentle vocals and sweet guitars.
Bessie Turner - Nino
BBC Introducing favourite Bessie Turner’s new single ‘Nino’ channels her acoustic, dreamlike songwriting in a new way. The single takes elements from artists such as Soccer Mommy, Phoebe Bridgers, and Snail Mail, but reworked to fit Bessie’s own style.
Body Type - Palms
Australian four piece Body Type released ‘Palms’ just this week, as the lead single from their debut EP. The quartet supported Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever across Australia last month, and this EP proves they’re going up.
Casey Lowry - Blank Face
Having just supported LANY, Casey Lowry’s tropical indie pop style is making waves. New single ‘Blank Face’ combines cheerful indie pop with rhythmic synths with confident coalescence.
Dylan Cartlidge - Wishing Well
‘Wishing Well’, the latest single from rapper Dylan Cartlidge, is an achievement in retro funk and hip hop. Straight off a BBC Documentary, Dylan has signed a contract with Universal, putting him on the edge of fame.
Hex - Stunna
Nottingham rapper HEX’s newest single ‘Stunna’ is deep, murky, and infectious. There’s a hook-filled melody to the darkly produced track that shines through underneath Hex’s deliberate rap style.
Jarami - Cold Blooded
The Swedish duo have been behind some of R&B’s biggest hits of the past few years, but now they are releasing music under their own moniker. ‘Cold Blooded’ moves on from moody, lo-fi and downtempo electronica to a more complex layer of instrumentals.
Poppy Ajudha - White Water
Poppy Ajudha returns with new single ‘White Water’, out just this Friday. With clean production and quick percussion, Poppy’s viscous vocal melts with the low-key instrumental perfectly.
Westerman - Albatross
Westerman’s new track ‘Albatross’ boasts a honeyed vocal above thudding synthetic percussion. Warm, inviting synths and a stunning yet seemingly effortless vocal make this track a dreamy one.
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