Troye Sivan – My My My!
My My My! Troye Sivan is getting us hot under the collar with his new video.
The video commences by following a peaceful and sweaty Troye dancing in an abandoned warehouse veiled in black and white, before flipping to an equally as sweaty but colourful night in said warehouse.
Sounds like: Years & Years, One Republic
ADAL – Synthesize feat Alexanderson
Rising pop artist ADAL shares his new single ‘Synthesize’, featuring the vocals of Alexanderson of XY&O.
It oozes nostalgia combine with forward-thinking pop sensibilities, and there are even more exciting times ahead for ADAL – he is currently writing a debut album, with an array of featuring vocalists which include FREJA, Indiana, Farida and NINA.
Sounds like: XY&O
Kid Cupid – Easy
New London-based Kid Cupid shares the video for ‘Easy’.
Despite it’s overall blissed-out sound, it’s a song that deeply delves into self-destruction, including the harsh realities of addiction, through pulsating beats and gritty beats.
Sounds like: Kudu Blue
Paige – Everywhere Feat. Jojee
Meet US-based DJ/producer Paige. He has teamed up with rising pop singer and fashionista Jojee on new single ‘Everywhere’.
The uplifting song transports you to a distant land where all is good with the world and you can freely open your arms to the sky and spin around.
Sounds like: The Him, Gryffin, July Child
Atella – Alive
Galactic Norwegian producer duo Atella share the dreamy single ‘Alive’.
It is sway-inducing, unadulterated atmospheric cosmic disco with vocals that simply melt into your deeper being. Lovely.
It’s out now on Eskimo Recordings.
Sounds like: Röyksopp, Goldroom, RAC, Joe Goddard, Lindstrøm
New Shack – Ways and Means
New Shack is the synth-wave project from Cat Leavy and Eric Robertson.
They’ve supported Glass Animals, and you can see why due to their quirky attitude to making music. ‘Ways And Means’ has vintage synth notes and retro percussions throughout.
‘Ways And Mean’s is out now via Little Assembly.
Sounds like: Chela, Goldroom, Niki & The Dove
STITCH – Goodbye Highline
UK trio STITCH are giving London Grammar a run for their money with ‘Goodbye Highline’.
The mid-tempo track is about that tricky middle moment where you look back nostalgically on a love lost, but also welcome the bright future ahead. It contains 150 layers of strings, all of which were recorded by band member Kye in their shared living room.
Expect their ‘Welcome To The Dream’ EP in March.
Sounds like: London Grammar, Jessie Ware, Nimmo, Kudu Blue