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‘Blue Kite’ by Crack Cloud

Bigger and bolder than they ever have been before, on Crack Cloud’s new single, ‘Blue Kight’, the Canadian band power through six minutes of relentless riffage, analysing the highs and lows of rock n roll fame in their fuzzy yet quirky style. Recently signing to Jagjaguwar, the collective will embark on their biggest UK show to date at KOKO later this autumn.

‘quite like love’ by cumgirl8

New York’s always been one of the epicenters of forward-thinking guitar music but there’s something special about the crop of artists coming out of the city currently. Vanguards of the new wave, cumgirl8’s brash and brandishing sound is epitomised by their latest single, ‘quite like love’. Yearning in satirical tones, the band opt for bittersweet lyrics over infectious riffs and gothic allure.

‘GO WRONG’ by Monjola

Taken from his highly anticipated debut EP, IT’S NOT THAT DEEP, ‘GO WRONG’ sees Dublin polymath Monjola rapping with a soulful optimism. The Kid Cudi approved artist draws from a range of influences, but on this single, he seems comfortable in a Neptunes-Esque, funkadelic hip-hop beat, riding it with his naturally captivating flow and harmony.

‘Str8 Outta Kennington’ by BlazeYL, Blanco & NSJ Mali

Taking it back to where it all began, House of Pharaohs affiliate BlazeYL brings his lyrical a-game to 12 tracks on his highly anticipated new EP, The Cost Of Being. ‘Str8 Outta Kennington’ enlists fellow local emcees Blanco and NSJ Mali, who hark back to innocent times and rap in ode to the area that made them.

‘Mess It Up Mad’ by Eugénie

Rising French star Eugénie is on a route toward enlightenment in her latest single, ‘Mess It Up Mad’. Encapsulating her raw vulnerability, the track is stripped back before launching into vulnerable outbursts that are both captivating and introspective. With cosigns from fashion houses like Chanel, the sky’s the limit for this multidisciplinary singer-songwriter.

‘Karnaby’ by Koteri

North London newcomers Koteri are bringing back sounds of the past with their own flavour. Touching upon indie, jazz and funk, ‘Karnaby’ sees the band eek out a rare groove fluidity, slowing down the dance but keeping listeners moving through their kaleidoscopic lens of instrumentation.

‘Speechless’ by Demae

Demae is ‘Speechless’ on her latest hazy lo-fi jam. Chasing a mysterious lover, the singer questions why their allure has such a profound effect on her. Shuffling percussion enhances her butter-smooth vocals, which melt tenderly over the summery tones and vivid textures beneath.

‘Pulse XI’ by Peverelist

More percussive excellence from Peverelist, on ‘Pulse XI’, the Bristol-based producer draws for classic Detroit sounds and amalgamates them with blends of quintessentially British club motifs. Squelchy grooves and acidic melodies are all the rave on our pick from his latest instalment of his Pulse EP series.

‘Nothing Like You’ by mustbejohn

Back in time for the summer, mustbejohn’s latest feel-good hit is enhanced by triumphant horns and his spoken word rasp. Two-stepping across a UKG instrumental, the rapper evokes the highs and lows of a topsy turvy relationship before telling us endearingly, there’s ‘Nothing Like You’.

‘Nineteen’ by Cardinals

Lifted from their new EP of the same name, ‘Nineteen’ sees Cork band Cardinals ripping up the indie rule book and stitching it back together with pop leaning influences. The result is a hooky sub-two-minute jam that transmits controlled rage under the guise of catchy guitar music.