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On this week's Notion Now, discover a mix of fresh sounds from Wesley Joseph, Matilda Mann, Paramore and more.
“Fever Dreamer” by SG Lewis, Charlotte Day Wilson & Channel Tres
Whipping up a storm of synth and funkadelic bass work, “Fever Dreamer” is our latest taste from SG Lewis’s forthcoming album ‘AudioLust & HigherLove’. The combination of SG Lewis, Charlotte Day Wilson and Channel Tres is enough to satisfy anyone’s electronic music desires.
“Dave Flow” by Fredo
Produced by MASONXBEATS, "Dave Flow"'s luxurious energy encapsulates the Queen’s Park native’s velvety wordplay.
“Borderline Insane” by Matilda Mann & spill tab
Stepping into the spotlight, west London’s Matilda Mann is leading a wave of artists with a fondness for fuzzy guitars and catchy choruses. Recently supporting Arlo Parks on tour, it seems Matilda’s stocks will continue to rise in 2023.
“HIATUS” by Wesley Joseph
Wesley Joseph performed his latest single, “HIATUS”, as a COLORS Berlin show earlier this week. With its spacious trap beat and soulful breakdowns, the track epitomises his equally elusive and alluring take on contemporary music.
“C’est Comme Ça” by Paramore
The latest single off their forthcoming album ‘This Is Why’, “C’est Comme Ça” follows in vain of the indie hits Paramore have released previously. Hayley Williams’s spoken word verses and sharp hooks are as poignant as ever, matching the track’s ferocity.
“Weekends” by Freya Ridings
A platinum-selling artist, who broke onto the scene back in 2018, Freya Ridings has cemented herself as one of Britain’s most prominent vocalists. “Weekends” is a sombre affair, where the artist reflects on life from a place of inherent loneliness.
“Never Going Under” by Circa Waves
“Never Going Under” is the opening and title track off Circa Waves’s new album. Establishing a visceral start to the record, it champions the hooky choruses fans love them for, whilst offering a grittiness we haven’t so often heard from the band.
“Gimme” by Sam Smith, Koffee & Jessie Reyez
An unlikely link up between three artists at the top of their game, “Gimme” is a stomping dancehall single. Made with clubbing in mind, it won’t be long before this one is infecting clubs up and down the country.
“Flowers” by Miley Cyrus
“Flowers” is the first single off Miley Cyrus’s forthcoming album ‘Endless Summer’, which is set for global availability on March 10th. The self-empowering visuals for the track are well worth watching too.
“Red Flags” by Mimi Webb
A magnetic voice known for making magical tunes, Mimi Webb is the singer writing from a place of honesty. “Red Flags” is the Canterbury born artist’s latest attempt at commercial dance-pop balladry.