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rebelyay – Dye Your Hair

For fans of Iglooghost and A.G. cook, rebelyay is an NYC producer whose debut album is nearing. With his biggest body of work yet set for an April release, ‘Dye Your Hair’ is an energetic warm up with a sombre narrative centered around addiction. Take a listen!



KK Lewis – Good Enough

Indie soul songstress KK Lewis grew to prominence in Dublin, and the Irish singer’s latest offering sheds light on negative female stereotypes. The accompanying video adds to this narrative with great poingance, it works neatly with what is an impeccable track.



Sterling Press – Very Fun Times

Jam packed with edgy guitars and ladish lyrics, Sterling Press have neatly announced themselves as an exciting new four piece who could well steer the indie ship for years to come. With a sound reminiscent of Blur and the Libertines, Sterling Press very fun single can be heard below.




Miller Roberts – Voice In My Head


A world away from Sterling Press but equally as weighty, Miller Robert’s ‘Voice In My Head’ is a calming ballad that is made to pull on heartstrings. Each layer of instrumentation feels warm and considered and Miller’s vocal continues to heal the ache of life’s monotony. It’s one of our favorite folk records of the year.



Harry Marshall – How Would I Know?

Each single from Harry continues to astound given his knack for writing commercially leaning indie records. ‘How Would I Know’ is another gem in Harry’s crown and we’re proud to share it.



Benedict – Warzone Tetraphobic remix

Teaming up with Lee Groves, Australia’s alt-pop prodigy has released another of her single ‘Warzone’, with this one adding an altogether different spin on a single that just never gets old. With Lee’s testimonials coming from big hitters like Depeche Mode, Goldfrapp and Madonna, we can’t recommend this one enough.



Cian Jay – Trial & Error double single

Emerging multi-hyphenate Cian Jay has revealed his new dual track single ‘Trial & Error’, returning to the scene with his first release since his 2019 debut ‘Summer Is Dead’, which has racked up almost 200,000 streams on Spotify.




Juuku – Leaving

Producer Juuku is back again with yet another single release. The single, titled’ Leaving’, has dropped via indie imprint Moving Castle and sets up his incoming spring EP. Discussing leaving times in the past, the single is gorgeously balanced between explosive and emotive.



Michaela – Cuffed

New York-born, LA based Michaela is crashing onto the scene upon the new wave of neo-soul and R&B that listeners cannot get enough of. Her upcoming single ‘Cuffed’ ushers in chilled, contemporary vibes with its dreamy guitar melodies, spacey electronic sounds and kinetic beats. Michaela’s smooth, sultry vocals are accompanied by the agile crooning of Dominiquinn, and together their authentic lyricism tells a story of trying to set boundaries in a relationship. 




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