Elina Eriksson – Discover Her
Swedish LGBTQ songwriter/producer Elina Eriksson shares her debut single, ‘Discover Her’, after finding out that a girl she was living with during her time in London, was cheating on her.
Clean and simple in its cut, the nostalgic-pop song has a positive feel throughout, despite the song’s adverse lyrical content.
Sounds like: IDER, Kllo
Arche – My Only
French indie pop quartet Arche shares the visuals for their first official release, ‘My Only’ – an atmospheric slice of weird, psychedlic dream-pop.
The video features the boys in mismatched outfits, amongst a vintage, nineties backdrop. Watch below.
Sounds like: Tame Impala, Tropic Harbour, Summer Heart, DIIV
R.LUM.R – How This Feels
Introducing Nashville creative, R.LUM.R. His music is R&B, underscored by a hip-hop attitude, pop dalliances, and a progressive rock vision.
In ‘How This Feels’, R.LUM.R urges an honest interpretation of the song by its listener. It is taken from his forthcoming album, due this fall via Island Records.
Sounds like: The Weeknd, Blood Orange, LA Bouquet
JVLY – me&her
Australian artist JVLY shares his smooth’n’mellow tune, ‘me&her’, which features some co-production from Swiss producer DRKTMS.
In the song, JVLY channels some serious dream-pop vibes (think Men I Trust) with buzzy analogue synths, that he neatly stumbled upon whilst trying out his brand-new analogue synthesizer.
Sounds like: Men I Trust, Kllo
Noah Kenton – Walk Feat. Jahn Rome
L.A.-based artist Noah Kenton continues his musical journey with the crossover alt-R&B bop ‘Walk’.
Cutting his teeth as an indie-pop singer-songwriter, he traversed to a colourful, crossover sound after his interest in production allowed him much more creative freedom.
The track also features Maryland lyricist Jahn Rome, who brings a welcome, rhythmic energy to the track.
Tim Rose – Left on Read
DIY musician Tim Rose shares his video for ‘Left on Read’, the third release in a series of visuals culminating into a short film and showcases his obsession with smooth and soulful guitar licks.
The track considers dating through your smartphone and the pitfalls associated with getting to know someone through technology.
Sounds like: Parliament, Shawn Mendes
Jordan Esker & The Hundred Percent
Meet Florida fourpiece, Jordan Esker & The Hundred Percent.
They’ve just released their EP, ‘My Own Misreable’, which is gospel/synth-rock meets organ-led emo/soul and a kind of heartbreak only fans of The National will understand.
Sounds like: The National, Sea Girls