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Undiscovered is a weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.
“No Place To Go” by Kwaku Asante
“No Place To Go” is a smooth touch of soulful R&B. Having most recently announced a support slot for Pip Millet on her UK tour, it’s fair to say 2022 is proving to be a great year for the artist.
“Leave Her” by Kid Apollo
This nonchalant track by Kid Apollo sees the Brixton artist share the third taster of their new EP ‘u the real star here’. Shining in somber compositions, the track is accompanied with glitchy visuals in a late night set up.
“Fadeaway” by Enis
Taken off his upcoming EP, independent artist Enis is back with an electronica-infused ballad “Fadeaway”. This new single is a self-written project and sees the artist collaborate with friendly faces, as produced by Sekko, and Italian image-maker Leonardo Casalini.
“Fly” by Capo Corleone
Collaborating with Kuba Więcek and Zalia, Corleone toys with flirtatious flutes across his latest “Fly”. Engineered by Rafał Smolen, throughout this release the two absorb multiple genres into one infectious track.
“dj” by Jim Legxacy
Echoing grungy undertones, Jim Lxgacy’s latest sees the artist drop raw lyrics into a concoction of steady guitar riffs, unpredictable drill beats and hints of electronica. Featuring a sample of Unknown T’s “Homerton B” throughout this track Jim throws in a handful of surprises.
“Hiroshima” by Lous + the Yakuza
Out via Vevo LIFT, this ethereal new release sees Lous and the Yakuza create a dystopian world of otherworldly visuals across a live performance. Paired with silky french spoken vocals, “Hiroshima” is a mesmerizing release from an exciting up-and-coming artist.
"Weaning" by Breanna Barbara
Bringing a touch of indie rock is NYC artist Breanna Barbara, with an alluring new release “Weaning”. Showing off seductive electric guitar solos this new cut is paired with a dark and dejected music video. Its cryptic sound makes for a perfect closing track off her brand-new album ‘Nothin’ But Time’.
“Damaged Goods” by Santino Le Saint
Having most recently completed a staggering 19-tour-date across Europe with 070 Shake, Santino returns with a trap-R&B song “Damaged Goods”. This track sees the artist look towards the light of hope with emotive lyrics and looping production.
“Without You” by Two Another
No strangers to a good synth, experimental duo Two Another are back with disco-groove release “Without You”. The penultimate track on their brand-new album ‘Back to Us’, this infectious tune can’t go unmissed.