- Words Liam Cattermole
- Featured image photo Sam Kinsella
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.
“Catch Me (Beautiful Fall)” by twst
Alternative pop visionary twst is back with the eruptive new single, “Catch Me (Beautiful Fall)”. The euphoric cut delves into a tumultuous relationship, capturing the feeling of surrender.
“ROYALE” by Ashbeck, Rushy
Asbeck and Rushy are sounding more regal than ever on new single, “ROYALE”. The infectious collaboration features production from trusted beatmaker El Londo.
“Next Up – S5-E11" by JayG
JayG is not to be slept on. Taking on Mixtape Madness’s revered Next Up? Series, the rapper rises to the occasion, barring with a striking level of confidence.
“#PURRR” by YT, 5EB
Transporting us to the '00s, “#PURRR” sees YT and 5EB linking up over a Lady Gaga “Pokerface” sample. Y2K, baby.
“wundagirl” by Aziya
Rising indie rock star Aziya is known for her punchy releases, and on “wundagirl”, she’s all the more infectious. Dreamy and dismissive, the singer-songwriter screams: “She doesn’t need anyone”.
“10 10” by Kasien
On “10 10”, Kasien reflects on his past, present and future. The rapper’s vision and conscience is clear, as he spits ferociously over drill, jersey and baile funk.
“Ocean Eyes” by Feux
“Ocean Eyes” is our pick from Feux’s latest project, ‘MAX MANTRA (Side A). Broadening his chameleonic sonic palette, the track’s introspectiveness is both cathartic and thought-provoking.
“SUPERMAN” by VC Pines
As we await his debut LP, ‘MRI’, VC Pines has shared the gargantuan song “SUPERMAN”. It’s the final single before we hear the record in full.
“Marabelle” by Anish Kumar
Burgeoning electronic artist Anish Kumar has been making waves with his soulful tech house cuts. “Marabelle” is our highlight from his most ambitious project to date, ‘A Mixtape by Anish Kumar’.
“Talkin' On The Internet” by Spiritual Cramp
San Fancisco six-piece Spiritual Camp have been making a racket in their hometown, drawing comparisons to The Hives and early Franz Ferdinand. “Talkin’ On The Internet” is a playful indie pop track with catchy lyricism and crashing instrumentation.