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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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Pierce Fulton – Autumn Blossom

Pierce Fulton

Multi-instrumentalist, Pierce Fulton drops new single, ‘Autumn Blossom’, featuring vocals from the lovely Noosa, who we have been a fan of for a long time.

The track has an uplifting undertone throughout, with cinematic guitar riffs and pulsating synths.

Pierce Fulton’s album ‘Better Places’ is out on Potential Fun and can be purchased on iTunes here.

Sounds like: Cut Copy, Two Door Cinema Club, The Presets

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Violet Skies – No Night, No Day

Violet Skies

Stripped back music is one way to reset things and find out what is most important to you.

For Welsh singer/songwriter, Violet Skies, this is the feeling of being alone and intimate with someone, and her latest single, ‘No Night, No Day’, portrays this in a pure and thoughtful manner.

Sounds like: Ariana Grande, Noosa, The Japanese House

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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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B.Miles – Running

B.Miles

B.Miles

B.Miles is back with ‘Running’.

A funky and humble track, ‘Running’ is bang on the pop trend for 2017.

It’s the first offering from B.Miles’ self-titled EP, out 17 March. The EP was written in the same storage-unit-turned-studio where ‘Twenty Fifteen’ was recorded, alongside co-songwriter Eric Nizgretsky and Brooklyn-based production duo Noise Club. Producer Matias Quarleri was also added to the mix this time around.

Sounds like: Rhye, Years & Years, Jess Nolan, London Grammar, Banks, Ji Nilsson, Lyves, Broods, SOHN, The Weeknd, Jesse Ware, Shura, Noosa, James Blake, July Child, The xx, Jai Paul, Rationale, Austra

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VÉRITÉ – Phase Me Out

VÉRITÉ

VÉRITÉ

US based VÉRITÉ oozes sophistication and talent.

Her first release of 2017 is ‘Phase Me Out’, something that we certainly won’t be doing to VÉRITÉ anytime soon.

VÉRITÉ explains about the track,

“The song is about all of the invisible lines I draw in my interactions with others. I wrote ‘Phase Me Out’ on a blind date writing session in London. It was a trip I had taken around a small UK tour, where I decided to completely overbook myself. I had the phrase ‘stand up straighter with my back against the wall’ written in my notes on my phone before the session. I remember feeling exhausted and isolated and confined. I wanted to make a shift into a sound I felt was less trendy and more timeless–a mix of organic and electronic, distorted and pristine, driving and melodic.”

Her debut album is expected later this year.

Sounds like: Banks, La Roux, Noosa, Evvy, Ellie Goulding, ASTR, MS MR

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RAINE – My Dreams

RAINE

RAINE

Nature lover, RAINE, shares ‘My Dreams’.

‘My Dreams’ reminds us a little of 90’s pop with its soft guitar riffs and eloquent piano keys.

Of the track, RAINE explains,

“My Dreams is about a dream I had of a woman who came to me and told me exactly who I was going to be. It was the most beautiful feeling – like meeting your ideal self and knowing what life would be like without doubt or fear for the future.”

“I believe dreams come from our subconscious, so it’s almost like I can’t take credit for writing this one. I just tried to capture the incredible feeling of hope this dream gave me.”

Sounds like: Rae Morris, VÉRITÉ, Laurel, Evvy, Noosa

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Raine – Age Of Innocence

RAINE

RAINE

It’s not surprising that RAINE (aka Jaqui Rae Stewart) creates strong and powerful music, considering that her name has been taken form the word, ‘moraine’, which describes the deposits of rock and soil that are left behind by a glacier as it shifts across the land over time.

Growing up on a small island in the Pacific Northwest, Jaqui surrounds herself with nature; a heavy influence in her new EP, ‘My Dreams’.

Taken from her EP, is ‘Age Of Innocence’, a track that gives out a positive and compelling message.

Sounds like: Rae Morris, VÉRITÉ, Laurel, Evvy, Noosa

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Astrid S – Hurts So Good

Astrid S by Ole Marius Fossen

Astrid S by Ole Marius Fossen

ZAYN has met his match, in Norwegian singer and musician Astrid S.

Following on from the epic ‘Paper Thin,’ is the video for ‘Hurts So Good,’ directed by the acclaimed screenwriter and director, Andreas Öhman at Naïve Studio in Sweden.

About the video, Astrid remarks:

“It was a very cool experience to do this music video. I went to Stockholm for two days, and we filmed it by a beautiful summer house outside of the city, as well as in a studio. It felt so uncomfortable doing the scenes with the actor which depict the aspects of a complicated relationship reflected in the song’s lyrics. But after seeing the final result it was so worth it. I’m very happy with the video, and I think it suits both the song and me.”

It’s the lead single from her upcoming, self-titled EP, and was written by Lindy Robbins (Jason Derulo, Demi Lovato) and Julia Michaels (Gwen Stefani, Selena Gomez, Little Mix) and produced by Max Martin Studios and MAG. That would explain the strong pop influence!

Of the EP, Astrid says:

“Until now, my fans have had to wait a long time to hear new music from me, one track a year! But, I’ve been in the studio, working hard, and now I have lots to share with you. This May, my first 5 track EP will be coming to you all to listen to whenever and wherever! I am so excited!”

The EP is set to be released on 20 May via Virgin EMI.

May Tour Dates

Monday 2nd – Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
Tuesday 3rd – Kaufleuten, Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 5th – Backstage Werk, Munich, Germany
Saturday 7th – Ottakringer Brauerei, Vienna, Austria
Monday 9th – Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany
Tuesday 10th – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Friday 13th – Docks, Hamburg, Germany
Sunday 15th – Huxley’s, Berlin, Germany
Tuesday 17th – Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

*Headline show – not supporting Troye Sivan

Sounds like: ZAYN, Zara Larsson, Rihanna, Evvy, Noosa

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