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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.
"Wishing well" by waterbaby
Bursting onto the scene with her viral hit “Stockholmsvy”, waterbaby has since solidified herself as one of Sweden’s brightest voices. “Wishing well” is our favourite track from her debut EP, ‘Foam’, which is filled with delicate soundscapes and dulcet harmonies.
"Other Side" by Mya K
On “Other Side”, Mya K attacks a groovy lo-fi house bassline with sultry RnB tones. The rising south London artist is in an exciting period of experimentation, bending multiple genres to her own taste.
"Don't Send For Your Dogs" by Archy Moor
Released on Cloud X Records, Archy Moor’s latest Earl Saga-produced single is made for late-night meanderings. A lucid melody whirrs around the vivid wordplay we’ve come to expect from the Dublin rapper.
"Minor Delays" by Tropics, Oscar #Worldpeace
Oscar #Worldpeace over a slice of ambient electronica, you say? On “Minor Delays”, the south Londoner shows he can do it all.
"Ring Ring" by myst milano.
Defected Records affiliate myst milano. returns with the visceral new single “Ring Ring”. Over a sporadic trap beat, she’s “rushing mattresses”, “hot like ozone” and getting people “shook like a snow globe”. In other words, you don’t wanna fuck with the Canadian native.
"You Wish" by Flyana Boss
“Two besties, one duo!” reads the bio of Los Angeles mates Flyana Boss. Their chemistry is undeniable, as they go toe-to-toe with each other’s bubblegum bars for two minutes of trap goodness.
"Just Like Her Father" by BINA.
BINA.’s back and sounding as soulful as ever. Rumbling garage drums and a psychedelic guitar riff combine in fine fashion, providing space for the multi-hyphenate to tell her story.
"Off-World" by twst
Returning with a dystopian take on DnB, alt-pop artist twst shows she’s a one to watch with "Off-World". Having worked alongside Hudson Mohawke, the vocalist has gone from strength to strength, avoiding pop tropes and making something completely their own.