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Autograf – Sleepless In NYC Feat. VÉRITÉ

Autograf - Sleepless In NYC Feat. VÉRITÉ

We believe Autograf have just released the song that is going to make them. Big time.

It’s called ‘Sleepless in NYC’ and features New York songstress, VÉRITÉ.

‘Sleepless in NYC’ perfectly showcases who Autograf are, with its layers of detailed production techniques that create a deep sense of familiarity, even on first listen, but also a sound that stands out against the crowd.

Sounds like: Banks, La Roux, Noosa, Evvy, Ellie Goulding, ASTR, MS MR, Gryffin, Le Youth, Goldroom

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Ben Phipps – Mrs Mr Feat. Lizzy Land

Ben Phipps - Mrs Mr Feat. Lizzy Land

Some things are just meant to be. Take Swedish-born/NYC-residing producer and label owner Ben Phipps and Los Angeles-based Lizzy Land.

Ben discovered Lizzy’s music via his Discover Weekly playlist on Spotify so reached out to her about making a track together. The result is ‘Mrs Mr’, which celebrates Lizzy’s delicate tones and Ben’s ability to create melodic indietronica.

Sounds like: Emma Louise, VÉRITÉ, Draper, NoMBe, Ayer, Evvy, Micky Blue, Josef Salvat, Gryffin, Jack LNDN

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LAYNE – The Fog

LAYNE

Introducing Los Angeles-based duo LAYNE (aka lead-singer/guitarist Layne Putnam and drummer Alex Rosca).

Their new song ‘The Fog’ follows on from the viral success of their previous two singles, ‘Good’ and ‘Somebody’, and has everything you’d want from a decent electro pop track – lush vocals, bright lyrics, and catchy hooks sculptured around modern production.

Their EP ‘The Black Hills’ is out now.

Sounds like: CAPPA, Halsey, Paramore

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BONEAGE – G.N.P.M

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Moscow based Boneage share curious new track ‘G.N.P.M’ which stands for ‘Good Nights – Pale Mornings’. It follows on from the spiritual single, ‘Crystal Rainbows’.

Speaking to the duo, we were told ‘G.N.P.M’ is about MDMA (also the name of their EP – ‘My Dreams Mean All’, out now) – that feeling you have when you are high, followed by the downward spiral of reality the following morning.

Sounds like: Goldroom, Jessie Ware

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Radio Wolf – Song On The Radio

Radio Wolf

Wait. Are we in a David Lynch film?!

There is a huge sense of familiarity with Radio Wolf‘s sound – a unique fusion of electronica with retro-futuristic power.

Listen to ‘Song On The Radio’ below.

Sounds like: The Jezabels, Ladyhawke, The Ravonettes, Chromatics

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Oddnesse – Are You Down

Oddnesse

We are super excited by Oddnesse, a music project by Rebeca Arango and producer Grey Goon. The duo amalgamate flamboyant and infectious music with heavy rock sounds.

‘Are You Down’ is their “‘Pina Colada’ song”, about the lure of a future lover.

Sounds like: Goldfrapp

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Liyv – Weeknight

Liyv

Seattle pastel pop artist Liyv shares ‘Weeknight’.

‘Weeknight’ is an easy-going song that encourages friends to get together on a weeknight and stay up late. There is just enough upbeat production to entice you to do just that. Get inviting!

Sounds like: Charli XCX, Dua Lipa, Evvy, Kyla La Grange, Kimbra, Ellie Goulding

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LINNEY – Always

Linney

In our eyes LINNEY is already a pop-star. She just seems to have it and you’ll see why when you listen to her new single ‘Always’,

It immediately takes us back to the Britney Spears era of enticing pop tunes that would make us really understand our broken heart.

Sounds like: Britney Spears, Monogem, Paperwhite, Poema, Scavenger Hunt

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NUUXS – Real Love

NUUXS

We are suitably winding things down for our last song – ‘Real Love’ French-born artist NUUXS.

The soothing, minimalist-pop track has been co-written and produced by Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran, Hot Chip, Wiley, The Libertines), so no wonder it has a level of sophistication!

Sounds like: Gwen Stefani, BETSY, Billie Eilish

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Paperwhite – Only Us

Paperwhite - Only Us

New York sibling duo Paperwhite return with dream pop number, ‘Only Us’.

It once again showcases their ability to put together a track full of catchy hooks, transcendent synths and soaring, spirited melodies.

“Whether it’s a global issue or a broken heart, we tend to look back with nostalgia on times that were simpler,” says the band about the song. “With change comes courage, so even with heavy lyrics, we wanted to add a little Paperwhite electricity into the mix. What better way to move forward than with a little spring in your step.”

The track is the third release off their forthcoming third EP.

Sounds like: Monogem, Fickle Friends, M83, VÉRITÉ, Evvy, Pawws, Haerts

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Ben Phipps – Don’t Wake Me Up Feat. Mike Ruby

Ben Phipps

Ben Phipps is shrinking the distance between dance and indietronica with his unique blend of genres.

The Stockholm-based producer has just shared ‘Don’t Wake Me Up’ featuring Mike Ruby, possibly his strongest track to date.

The ease at which Ben creates a track with luscious melodies and a soothing bed of organic instrumentals is perfect for Ruby’s suave vocals to intertwine with.

Sounds like: NoMBe, Ayer, Evvy, Micky Blue, Josef Salvat, Gryffin

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Elohim – Skinny Legs

Elohim - Skinny Legs

Los Angeles-based producer, writer, vocalist Elohim is used to making a statement, and so when we heard that her new single ‘Skinny Legs’ is a five minute electronic journey, we weren’t at all surprised.

The song pushes an intentional, techno beat and directional vocals that immediately permeate your brainwaves.

Sounds like: Chvrches, OH Wonder, The Big Pink, Passion Pit, VÉRITÉ, Evvy

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Minke – Gold Angel

Minke - Gold Angel

Minke is a London based artist who creates a unique cocktail of alt-rock/R&B.

Her new single, ‘Gold Angel’, aims to push against and raise awareness about the social constraints of women, but just as we get started about feminist issues, Minke’s funky guitar riffs kick in and quickly remind us that at the end of the day, it should be about the music and not about anything else.

It has been produced by Rory Andrew and co-written by Paul Garred (The Kooks).

Sounds like: Lianne La Havas, Jessie Ware, London Grammar, Evvy

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Violet Days – Suck At Love

Violet Days - Suck At Love

Violet Days – Suck At Love

Violet Days is the project of Swedish singer/songwriter, Lina Hansson.

Asking whether you ‘Suck At Love’ is always going to be tricky to answer, but it’s also highly relatable to the majority of listeners. Luckily for us, Kris Eriksson (The Chainsmokers) is on production duties, helping Violet Days create an anthemic electronic song that almost makes us forget the initial question.

Violet Days will be playing the Ja Ja Ja club night at The Lexington in London on 23 February.

Sounds like: Tove Lo, Ellie Goulding, Monogem, Lorde, Chrvches, Evvy, VÉRITÉ, Imogen Heap, Dominique

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Charity – Metal Boy

Charity - Metal Boy

Charity – Metal Boy

That’s it. We’re saying it. Nashville is the new city of electro-pop.

Cue Charity, a singer and self-taught producer.

Taking inspiration from ‘Blade Runner’, her new release, ‘Metal Boy’, has lush, whispering vocals layered over some sweet analog synths. Listen below.

Sounds like: Monogem, Noosa, Evvy, CAPPA, Chela, Kimbra, Dominique

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Jenna Kyle – Dust

Jenna Kyle - Dust

Jenna Kyle – Dust

Meet Jenna Kyle, a NYC-based musician.

Classically trained in piano and self-taught in singing, Jenna played and sang at every opportunity she got (even if it was at the back of her dad’s pickup truck).

She grew up listening to disco and folk, but when she turned 20 and moved to NYC, she discovered minimal techno and deep house.

The result is ‘Dust’, her debut track full of past, present and future layers of sound.

Sounds like: Evvy, Noosa, Ayer, Banks, Tove Lo

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