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‘God’s Country’ by Lambrini Girls

Brighton punks Lambrini Girls are the kind of anarchy we can get behind. On ‘God’s Country’, the duo are ruthless with their austerity-bashing lyricism, barked like a blood thirsty pit bull by lead singer Phoebe Lunny. Lilly Macieira’s fuzzy basslines and thrashing riffs are just as contagious; it's a head banging anthem in the making.

‘911’ by SuperJazzClub

Ghanaian polymaths SuperJazzClub are back with arguably their most cinematic offering yet, called ‘911’. Amplified by jazz breaks and moog melodies, which sizzle beneath a sumptuous hook and each member’s vocal stabs, the track marks a new chapter in their ever-evolving discography.

‘You Lost Me’ by Tama Gucci, Colle

Tama Gucci’s ethereal futurism is in full display on his latest single, ‘You Lost Me’, featuring Chanel Beads vocalist, Colle. The NYC-based, Miami-raised musician and DJ writes a love letter to his infatuation with outer space, building up ambient melodies into a blissful state of euphoria.

‘Colors’ by Chenayder, MAVI

At just 17-years-old, Chenayder can count Tyler, The Creator and SZA as some of her greatest fans. Backed by a myriad of her self-proclaimed idols, the lo-fi funkadelic soundscapes on ‘Colors’ shows just why there’s so much hype around the rising artist. MAVI’s North Carolinan drawl adds some introspectiveness to the earworm-worthy bedroom production.

‘Don’t Talk To Me’ by Porij

Releasing a debut album is no easy feat nowadays but it’s something the London four piece have relished and conquered with relative ease. On Teething, the band unite the percussive explosions of UKG with delicate indie pop; lead singer Egg is unrelenting with the raw emotion in their voice, which narrates an empowering story of self-discovery.

‘No Hands’ by Linn Koch-Emmery

Gearing up to release her forthcoming album, Borderline Iconic, in May, Linn Koch-Emmery shares the triumphant indie rock anthem, ‘No Hands’. Taking cues from the garage rock sensibilities of bands like The Black Keys, the single represents the chaos of living life to the fullest, leaving little time for rest.

‘Resisting Resistance’ by Maruja

Improvised chaos is the blueprint to one of this week’s most compelling projects, Connla's Well by Maruja. Restless percussion drives the full-throttle, breathless post-punk the band have become known for, but on ‘Resisting Resistance’, they strip back their sound to its bare-bones. Completely instrumental, the song builds and crescendos into a blissful jazz composition. It’s unnerving and exciting, brutal and beautiful, and deserves to be heard.


One of the most consistent and prolific UK rappers out there, Len and his experimental prowess is leaving others in his wake. Linking up with fellow bar slinger BXKS, ‘HOTnKOLD’ sees the inseparable duo flowing with a devastating nonchalance over a cybernetic jersey infused trap beat. The single is taken off a 12-track project, titled COBALT: SOMUCHMoRE.

‘Sometimes, Most Nights’ by Past Life Romeo, Palmistry

Hyperpop’s finest Palmistry pitches up Past Life Romeo’s ‘Sometimes, Most Nights’, into a PC certified banger. Taking cues from genres like jungle and super speeding them into another universe, the producer adds his glitchy charm to what was already an underground-acclaimed single.

‘Fly’ by Hendrix Harris

Hendrix Harris is on a spiritual path toward musical enlightenment on his new track, ‘Fly’. Raised by a British-Jamaican mother and a French father. the artist pulls from all aspects of his heritage to create a sound truly his own. The track comes off his forthcoming album, Awakening, which is set to come out in May.

‘Vélo’ by Sages comme des sauvages, MPL

Boundary-pushing French duo Sages comme des sauvages enlist leftfield pop duo MPL for the sociopolitical pop anthem, ‘Vélo’. The track is taken from their forthcoming album, Maison Maquis, which is set for release in June and sees Ava Carrère and Ismaël Colombani opening up new doors in their ever-expanding sonic catalogue.