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‘ROUND HERE’ by Finn Foxell

Nodding to nostalgia, Finn Foxell’s latest west London-inspired track is an ode to his upbringing. Reflecting on adolescent dreams, teenage mistakes and current bonds, the single expands on the punkish ska sound that the Shepherd’s Bush native has persevered with the last couple of years, making it even more hooky and infectious than previous releases.

‘Strange’ by Bekah CC

Since her debut single, ‘No Change’, released on London-based imprint Bone Soda, Bekah CC has continued to spellbind with her beautifully haunting trap cuts. A disarming yet alluring vocal presence wisps across spooky synth lines and chilling 808s while the Massachusetts artist reflects on her life as an outsider.

‘Daddy’ by brazy

Pioneering her own distinctive sound, Brazy is the Nigerian artist blending witty wordplay with a myriad of genres. On ‘Daddy’, the singer-songwriter bodies an Amapiano-infused beat, which acts as a call to arms to get on the dancefloor and leave your worries at the door.

‘INTHATMODE’ by Ashbeck, EL Londo

Ashbeck and El Londo are letting everyone know that when they’re ‘INTHATMODE’, nobody can stop them. The north west Londoner’s uncompromising creative alliance has produced several legendary ‘underground’ rap projects and hopefully this new single is indicative of another.

‘Nineteen Ninety Nine Again’ by Deema, David Armada

On ‘Nineteen Ninety Nine Again’, Deema is crazy in love, yearning for someone who’s cast their spell on the Lewisham-based rapper. Typically playful, The Square Gang affiliate’s flow feels both punchy and tender as he introspectively delivers this tale of lust alongside close lyrical accomplice, David Armada.

‘So I Stay’ by 4am Kru, Sâlo

Transporting us back to the ‘90s, 4am Kru’s latest jungle jam sees them collaborate with Georgian singer-songwriter, pianist and DJ, Sâlo. Injecting some soul into the Bristol-based artists’ needle-sharp breakbeats, the spacey harmonies hold a transcendental quality that we simply cannot get enough of.

‘Over’ by Natalie Red

Rounding off a breakout 2023, Natalie Red is back with another harmonious electronic cut. Whereas previous singles have reworked and warped jungle/UKG, there’s a distinctive EDM vibe to this one. Paired with the Estonia-born, Finland-raised artist’s angelic vocals, the track lures you into the dreamscape she’s developed over countless singles.

‘Oh No!’ by Lazy Days

‘Oh No!’ is our pick from Lazy Days’ latest project, Wine Gums. Over 10 tracks, the bedroom indie-inspired artist lets loose his slacker slowcore grooves and sweet baritones. This single specifically shows off his Eyedress-by-way-of-Bloc Party sound, as he attempts to run away from life’s monotony and back into the good times.

‘run away’ by Rohaan, Kelbin

Making waves with a series of releases on heavyweight electronic music labels, Rohaan today dropped another hardhitting DnB track, called ‘run away’. Dulcet and endearing, Kelbin’s vocals add an ethereal edge to the frenetic neurofunk-like production.

‘U Like My Style?’ by Femi Tahiru

Sultry R&B artist Femi Tahiru is looking for reassurance on his new single, ‘U Like My Style?’. Vibrant vocals and soulful chords combine in fine fashion, as he croons vignettes of romantic interactions with an unknown lover, whom he attempts to rebuild bridges with.

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