Tash Hills – ‘Come On’
As an artist acknowledged for her adore of the disco and RnB seems, Portsmouth native Tash Hills is back at the time once again to deliver another funk-filled dose of her distinctly loveable route on ‘Come On’. With its bold and bouncing path, not to mention the insatiable basslines through, her latest attempts demonstrates her as a enjoyable and upbeat name emerging on the scene.
Skip Cactus – ‘Closer’
Following the enormous assist for her earlier shared featuring ‘Timing’ before this 12 months, rising artist Overlook Cactus has now returned with her newest vivid delight ‘Closer’. Lifted from her forthcoming debut EP ‘LuvMirage’, her hottest groove channels a mixture of reggae and pop influences to make a splendidly engaging return.
Lina Cooper – ‘What I Gave To You’
Making on the momentum she gathered for her previously unveiled minimize ‘Ethereal’ in latest months, self-proclaimed “yellow manic pixie aspiration girl” Lina Cooper has now returned with her hottest gem ‘What I Gave To You’. Teaming up with Yah Kumasi for the release, the pair crack out this fantastically rich and textured swoon that correctly elevates her sensual voice.
John Roseboro – ‘Mere Mortal’
As an artist that is usually looking for the soulful and atmospheric edges to his music, emerging singer and songwriter John Roseboro provides his fantastic new single ‘Mere Mortal’. Lifted from his forthcoming new album ‘Human Nature’, which is out afterwards this year, this new launch sees him transcend convention to unveil a splendidly stripped-back again acoustic-led serenade.
Bad Pop – ‘Grey Area’
Given that returning from a 3-calendar year hiatus in recent months, Canadian outfit Poor Pop are ready to demonstrate the world what they have been hectic doing work on as they share their newest belter ‘Grey Area’. Lifted from their forthcoming new EP ‘Dark Metal’, this new release sees them supply a business and ferocious alt-rock stunner, crammed with enormous riffs and anthemic output.