Tune into the week's freshest releases in Notion Now, with sounds courtesy of Biig Piig, Kali Uchis, Overmono, Headie One and more.

"In the Dark" by Biig Piig

Matching dub music's reverb with Nile Rogers-esque guitar licks, “In the Dark” is a groovy cut from ‘Bubblegum’ – Biig Piig’s latest project. The Irish singer-songwriter is going from strength to strength and the new album homes some of her best work to date.

"I Wish you Roses" by Kali Uchis

Returning with a Valentine’s Day-ready new single, Kali Uchis, bar a few scattered tunes, had a quiet 2022. “I Wish you Roses” is a welcome come back track, which will have you looking for love this February.

"Weightless" by Arlo Parks

Produced by Grammy-winning producer Paul Epworth, “Weightless” marks Arlo Parks’ return to the limelight. Synth-laden melodies illuminate the artist’s twinkling lyricism, recording a strong start to 2023 for the young poet.

“Die For Someone” by Sam Tompkins

Back with a new release, Sam Tomkins “Die For Someone” is brimming with elevating melodies and relatable lyrics. Shared ahead of his highly-anticipated debut album, the artist gives fans a snippet of what’s yet to come on this infectious track.

"Martin's Sofa" by Headie One

“This bandoe’s small but I’m dreaming big” raps Headie One contemplatively on “Martin’s Sofa”. It’s a bar that’s indicative of the rapper’s inspiring rise to the top. With this single finally in the open, will we finally see a new album from UK drill’s kingpin?

"Is U" by Overmono

It’s been a busy week for the Overmono brothers, who announced their debut album ‘Good Lies’ and released the intergalactic new single “Is U” to celebrate. Promising 12 tracks of monstrous dance music, fans are eagerly anticipating the project, which comes out on May 12.

Fairytale (feat. Rachel Chinouriri)" by Mac Wetha, Rachel Chinouriri

Teaming up with Rachel Chinouriri, Mac Wetha’s latest single slots coherently into the palette of tracks he’s released recently. A rumbling drum pattern roles below catchy guitar riffs and the artists' varying vocal styles.

"Late Night People" by Yazmin Lacey

Another smoky, soulful jazz cut from Yazmin Lacey, “Late Night People” is our newest taste of the singer-songwriter’s debut album ‘voice notes’. Fans have been patient, and with vinyl coming out too, it seems the wait will be worth it.

"Hard Days Love" by Lily Moore

Once again proving her pop star prowess, “Hard Days Love” sees Lily Moore returning with a soulful single. The Brighton-born artist has been on a linear rise to the top since her debut EP ‘Not That Special’ and this new track will only add to her recent success.

"For Granted" by Yaeji

Korean-American producer-singer extraordinaire Yaeji is back with another introspective club track. Possessing an infectious nonchalance, the track’s hook wisps you in and out of reality before a vicious jungle break kicks in.

"Contact" by Kelela

“Contact” is the breakbeat banger we never knew we needed from Kelela. Floating in and out of conscience, guided by her dreamy vocals, the single’s taken from the Washington D.C. native’s forthcoming album ‘RAVEN’.

"Ovule (feat. Shygirl) [Sega Bodega Remix]" by Björk, Sega Bodega

A link-up that, on paper, should produce one of music’s greatest extraterrestrial experiences, Björk’s remix of “Ovule” features Shygirl and Sega Bodega. “It has been so nourishing sharing music with shy and sega” wrote the Icelandic queen on her Instagram, and the result doesn't disappoint.

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