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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.
"Near Miss" by Liz Cass
Liz Cass brings the energy with her bouncing electro-pop track "Near Miss" about not giving up on someone (even if they don't know what they want). With electrifying synths and Liz's ethereal vocals, "Near Miss" is the uplifting pop track you need to kick off the week.
"FUN (remix)" by Biig Piig featuring Yunè Pinku
Biig Piig teams up with fellow Irish artist (and Notion 91 star) Yunè Pinku for an elevated remix of "FUN". Starting things off with a haunting nocturnal house groove, the track leans into a D&B sound, transporting "FUN" firmly to the dark side.
"all on me" by kid apollo
kid apollo tease their new EP and mark their return with "all on me", produced alongside Dom Valentino. kid apollo, consisting of the Ratigan twins and Jimmy TH, explore the dark intricacies of teenage life in London and their tendency to overthink on their new introspective lo-fi track.
"Eraser" by Katie Kim
Dublin-based artist Katie Kim enters a new era with haunting new track "Eraser" from her upcoming album. A crucial building block in the story of her album, "Eraser" chronicles a longing and desperation for something different.
"What A Feeling, What A Day" by Cheap Teeth
Cheap Teeth deliver their take on summer on new tune "What A Feeling, What A Day". The sludgy vocals and measured drums paint a picture of summer spent in a city ill-equipped to handle the heat.
"Leaders" by Finn Foxell
Fin Foxell takes his sound in a new experimental direction with guitar-driven track "Leaders", making a comment on the figures who run our country.
"Fall For Anything" by Lexie Carroll
Seventeen year old London newcomer Lexie Carroll is already enchanting listeners with her delicate folk-pop. Her latest offering "Fall For Anything" is an upbeat exploration of how to navigate a hot and cold relationship.
"DGMT" by insha
After spending sometime figuring out her musical direction, nineteen year old artist insha reintroduces herself with her latest track "DGMT". Her ethereal vocals lull listeners into a trance before the track intensifies to a heady sonic conclusion.
"So Bad" by St. Panther
Ahead of joining King Princess on tour, St. Panther (a new sign to the label Nice Life) flexes their soulful vocals on "So Bad", a track about telling your crush how you feel.
"Dance No More" by Boy Bleach
Putting two fingers up to the blatant nepotism that runs rampant in today's society, Boy Bleach reveal their angsty punk tune "Dance No More".
"Out Of Sight" by Kieron Boothe
Kieron Boothe bridges the gap between Alt-Rap, Boom Bap and Jazz on his new tune "Out Of Sight". Made in only three hours, speaking on the track, Kieron explains: 'The song is about winning in silence, staying true to yourself and reminding myself to keep pushing.'
"Setting Sun" by George Fitzgerald
UK electronic powerhouse George Fitzgerald presents himself at his sonic best on "Setting Sun", a glowing track that builds exponentially with sparkling synths and an uplifting bassline.
"Paralyzed" by Maggie
Maggie is back with this emotive track, released alongside accompanying single "My Love".