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Kill J – Gravity

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Danish experimental pop artist, Kill J returns with new stunner, ‘Gravity’.

Once again working with talented producer Nector, Kill J’s icy, falsetto vocals melt with lush strings and leftfield synths.

Sounds like: Grimes, Purity Ring, Keep Shelly in Athens, Kacy Hill, Tei Shi, FKA Twigs

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Vera – In And Out Of Love

Vera - In And Out Of Love

Copenhagen-based Vera might be a newcomer in the vocal world, but he has already earned a lot of respect as producer and co-writer for a crop of Norwegian breakout acts including Liss, Soleima, Goss and Off Bloom.

His latest track ‘In And Out Of Love’ is a sultry number, reminiscent of Sade, that anchors on the vocalist’s Banks-esq tone seesawing with the 90’s styled saxophone.

Sounds like: Banks

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Goss – Soo Bad

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Meet Danish musician, Goss.

Having already written with some of Denmark’s finest musical exports, including on ’s upcoming album, Goss now shares ‘Soo Bad’, taken from his ‘Healthcare’ EP, out on 28 April.

It’s a buzzy pop track that warms you straight in the heart.

Sounds like: Ben Khan, MOTHXR, Mura Masa, Jai Paul

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Masasolo – Ordinary Day

Masasolo

Masasolo is a four-piece from Copenhagen, who write drowsy lo-fi tunes mixed with 70s-infuenced, indie-psych.

Their slow tempo single, ‘Ordinary Day’, creates such a chilled vibe, your worries will disappear in no time.

Expect an announcement of European shows in due course.

Sounds like: Lana Del Rey, Tame Impala, Palace Winter

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MATTIS – Loverboy

MATTIS

Copenhagen-based superstar in the making, MATTIS, shares his stunning debut, ‘Loverboy’.

This self confessed “viking soul” uses somewhat minimalistic production, relying heavily on his vocals (think James Blake or Sampha), but ‘Loverboy’ also tells an emotive story, driven from a dark place that MATTIS found himself in three years ago, having lost his apartment following a break up, and generally feeling like a lone wolf away from the pack.

​The single is out via Sony Music in Scandinavia and Tigerspring/The Orchard elsewhere.

Sounds like: Rationale, Ben Pearce, James Blake, Sampha

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CHINAH – Even Love

Chinah

Chinah

Danish band, CHINAH, are back with new track, ‘Even Love’.

Echoed vocals fit nicely amongst some laid back synths, yet upbeat and funky riffs.

Sounds like: Shura, Fickle Friends, Madonna, Ellie Goulding, Ayer, Keyes

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FJER – Better

FJER

FJER

Making us feel a lot ‘Better’ about the beginning of winter, is New York based, Danish artist, FJER (aka Maja Barløse).

We’ve become a fan of FJER’s ability to switch her vocals between celestial falsettos and brooding, R&B flecked tones.

‘Better’ has been produced by Nector.

Expert her debut album to be released in 2017 via QUINTIC.

Sounds like: Banks, Sia, VÉRITÉ, Dominique, Kill J, Kacy Hill, July Child

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KING – Blood

KING

KING

Denmark has a new pop star in the making, and she’s called KING.

Born in Copenhagen to a Cuban mother and a Chilean father, KING has had a bit of an unbringing, watching her uncle work as one of Fidel Castro’s personal bodyguards.

With her street smart dance style and accomplished vocals, we kindly ask Banks and Grimes to step aside for the KING.

Sounds like: CAPPA, Grimes, Banks, MØ

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Bodebrixen – Change It Back

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Bodebrixen

Danish indie pop outfit, Bodebrixen, are bringing Spanish guitar back, and it’s sounding pretty damn good.

Not only that, the new disco-tinged lo-fi single, ‘Change It Back’, also features strings and synths. Bodebrixen know how to spoil us, but we think the effort is worth it.

Sounds like: Cut Copy, Summer Heart, Day Wave, Clean Bandit, Roosevelt, Tough Alliance

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Saint Best – In The Morning

SAINT BEST

SAINT BEST

Copenhagen-based quartet, SAINT BEST debut the video for ‘In The Morning’; also a tribute to 1985 Japanese cult film, ‘Tampopo’.

Usually a time for the most weary, this energetic synth-pop number will get you dancing straight out of bed. And this pretty much sums up the SAINT BEST ethos; always seeing the positive in things and not holding back as there will always be tomorrow.

When their rehearsal space burned to the ground, along with all of their instruments, the foursome saw this as a new beginning, and thus began the new sound of SAINT BEST. The ruined guitars were substituted with synthesisers and samples. Inspired by nu-disco and new wave, SAINT BEST decided to make danceable electro-pop. “We were looking for a new dynamic sound and got together around a percussion and synth-driven sound universe”.

‘In The Morning’ is released via Fake Diamond Records.

Sounds like: Girl Friend, Calypso, Kid Astray

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