kidsun – Keep It To Yourself
kidsun (aka Ben Kidson) is a vibrant young electro-pop producer from the UK.
Going against the grain of his peers, kidsun decided he would forge his own musical path, by skipping class to teach himself drums and write music in a similar vain to Sigrid and Twenty One Pilots.
His latest result is ‘Keep It To Yourself’. Listen below.
Sounds like: Twenty One Pilots
Madge – How To Play
Who is Madge? Well, you’re about to find out. Possibly.
Madge is a DIY-pop project from L.A, who creates candy-licked songs about dark emotional matter. her single ‘How To Play’ is more literal and fun than her usual endeavours, “something simple, repetitive, and literal.”
Sounds like: LCMDF, Annie
CUB – Obsessed
Wow, we cannot get enough of CUB‘s new single, ‘Obsessed’ featuring Clara Hurtado.
Naturally slotting into the pop and electronic dance realms, Clara’s smooth vocals float between a quirky guitar hook and pounding bass line to create a club-infused pop cocktail.
Sounds like: Jake Alder, Diplo, Mura Masa, Zedd
Country Line Runner – Wide Eyes
Country Line Runner writes ballads with heart and meaning.
‘Wide Eyes’ is about that pivotal moment when you realise going back is harder than moving forward. The pain, but also the revelation.
Sounds like: Bruce Springsteen, Ten Fe, War On Drugs
New Spell – Like Water
New Spell is an electronic duo comprised of singer-songwriter and trainee therapist, Leanne Kelly, and drummer Jacob Frautschi.
They enjoy using music to heal whilst they discuss topics such as relationship challenges, mental health, and the digital age.
Sounds like: Phantogram, Portishead, Hundred Waters
Deliah – Infinite
Deliah, is the collective name for a group of four musicians and producers from Liverpool and London with a unique and distinctive fusion of cinematic, almost musical sounds, taken from influences within soul, electronica, funk and indie.
Speaking of their new single ‘Infinite’, the band say,
“Infinite: focuses on the next part of the journey – mastering a craft. The time and effort put into creating, and achieving, potential can be lost through a struggle and ambition that can have no definitive end point.Who defines something as ‘good’, or a success? Who defines someone as ‘good’, or a success? When is the artist, or craftsman, finished in this endeavour? And, was the finished product worth the struggle.”
Sounds like: Madonna