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Caroline Dukes’ Creates an Affecting Atmosphere with Divine Single Hit and Run

Swedish singer-songwriter Caroline Dukes packs a hefty punch with her single “Hit and Run”, an almost cinematic track that’s taken to new heights thanks to her soaring, emotive vo...

STORME’s Be My Drummer Recalls Robyn in All the Right Ways

STORME’s dramatic and infectious single “Be My Drummer” smacks of Robyn, both in terms of the vocals and the dance-y yet deep kind of pop music you can either groove joyfully to o...

CILVR’s Bound to Die is Narration Goals

Twee sweetness artfully disguises the gut punch of the Scandinavian indie artist CILVR’s vivid lyrics. Combining pop and electronica, her song “Bound to Die” accomplishes the seem...

LENN’s Riding Shotgun is a Quietly Powerful Ode to Love

Lenn’s breathtaking “Riding Shotgun” is a testament to the power of good honest songwriting. This pop masterpiece was first written in 2017, and since its release has managed to b...

Dark and Light Intermingle in Allola’s Confident Debut High Horse

Allola’s confident electro-pop debut “High Horse” is a surprisingly surefooted one, with the Melbourne-based singer skating through a sparkling combination of dream-pop and electr...

Bruce Mississippi Johnson Explores Self-Doubt with No Good

Bruce Mississippi Johnson’s soulful and deeply textured baritone is the clear highlight of his single “No Good”, but there’s so much more to this bluesy track than that. Bruce’s r...

James Supercave’s Compelling Video Fools Examines the Nature of Choice

Are you in the driving seat? That’s the retrospection James Supercave’s “Fool” gently invites you to with an atmospheric video that offers quiet social commentary. Building on a s...

Optimism at the Heart of WAHL’s Lush Run in the Fire

WAHL’s 'Run in the Fire' simple and feel-good lyrics are elevated by singer Rachel Still’s phenomenally rich voice, one that recalls Florence Walsh from Florence + The Machine. Th...

Arlo Parks Makes a Fantastic Debut with Poetic Single Cola

At 18, Arlo Parks has managed to swing it out of the field with her debut “Cola”, a testament to the heights poetic lyricism can take a song when paired with a voice as soulful as...

Mischief and Hilarity Abound in Alex Parvenu’s It Wasn’t Me

Gospel instrumentation, retro influences, a breezy don’t-care tone and a hilarious animated video: these may just be the ingredients needed to create the perfect ode to a romance ...