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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.
“Ascension” by LE YORA, SOMMA, Jewels, yuma., MAGNUS
Showing up with a mammoth debut single, LE YORA’s “Ascension” is a melting pot of steady beats, minimal synths and soft vocals. Big on its production, on this new release LE YORA take the electronic scene by storm and are definitely a project to back this year.
“Drips” by Callum Asa, 140
Callum Asa is playing no games on his latest track “Drips”. Coated in juddering beats and eerie synths, Callum teams up with MC 140 for this edgy new cut. Shared with a DIY music video “Drips” is a hard release showcasing the artist’s clever lyrical wit.
“Kill Me I Got You” by Mazey Haze
Shared ahead of her forthcoming EP, Mazey Haze’s “Kill Me I Got You” is a soft-spoken track with delicate acoustics and emotionally raw lyrics. Mastering an indie-folk tone, throughout this new release the artist takes her listeners on a dreamy trip.
“I GOT IT (FEAT UÑAS” by DEBBY FRIDAY, Uñas
Dropped with an official visualiser DEBBY FRIDAY’s “I GOT IT (FEAT UÑAS” is a huge synth-rap track with warped electronics and raspy adlibs. The soundtrack to any Friday night out, “I GOT IT” is bound to get you dancing, and is shared ahead of her debut album, out Friday 24th March.
“in my ways” by King Isis
Back with a soaring new release, King Isis’ “in my ways” is a buoyant track accompanied with a playful lyric video. Shared as their sophomore release, “in my ways” is full of irresistible melodies and is the first of many exciting singles soon to come.
“Blew” by Hussy
“Blew” is an acoustic ballad with nonchalant chord progressions. It’s the perfect single to spin when you’re stuck in your feels, or to save for a rainy day. The third single from her upcoming five-track EP, “Blew” is another spell-binding release from Hussy.
“VR Sex” by Ultra Q
Ultra Q get better with every release. Their latest track “VR Sex” catapults you into big riffs and heavy drums and is shared alongside a music video with distorted visuals.
“When I Say So” by Dolores Forever
A smooth groove and effortless vocals, Dolores Forever are bringing back their infectious sound on their clever new release “When I Say So”.
“Blush” by Glimji
Collaborating with Elphi, Glimji’s “Blush” pays homage to UK garage with its warped production. Between the minimal synths and falsetto vocals, Glimiji has returned with another euphoric tune.
“Sleeping City” by Ronnie & Clyde
Ronnie & Clyde are back with another mesmarising release “Sleeping City”. The acoustics throughout this track are smoother-than-butter and are accompanied by the duo’s sombre vocals.