Patricia Lalor - 'Actually'

Irish singer-songwriter showcases her new EP with this broad and sweeping dream-pop release, with shades of Maisie Peters

BENEE - 'Monsta'

New Zealand-based outfit preview their new EP with this bold and dreamy psych-pop swoon

Lazy Bones - 'Freudian Slip'

New York-based outfit take their cues from Tame Impala with this smooth and silky psych-pop croon

Pantology - 'False Step (Awol)'

US producer channels the laid-back vibe of Thundercat on this hip-hop-inspired jam

James Beau Barclay - 'You Make Life Easy'

British frontman returns with a fresh and vibrant indie-pop groove, with nods to Rex Orange County

Cherokee Death Cats - 'Sick'

Swedish outfit crack out the killer riffs with this bold and energetic Kills-inspired stomper

Sean McCole - 'Psycho'

US frontman cracks out the killer basslines for this funk-fuelled blues-rock belter

Brayden Ghose - 'Two Weeks'

US frontman takes his cues from Snail Mail with this warm and wistful dream-pop jam

J. Laser - 'Waves And Blades'

LA-based producer previews his new EP with this bold and thunderous slice of electro-rock

Debris Discs - 'Animals'

British producer brings the same irreverence as Hot Chip to this light and airy electro-pop gem

Gao The Arsonist - 'A.M.'

British rapper channels the dark flow of Earl Sweatshirt for this pulsing hip-hop-inspired release

Steven Bamidele - 'Still My Mother's Baby'

British frontman follows in the footsteps of Jordan Rakei with this smooth and soulful new croon

Max Gowan - 'Painter'

US frontman takes influence from (Sandy) Alex G for this warm and wistful lo-fi delight

Savage The Poet - 'The Champ Is Here'

US rapper brings the same adventurous tones as Kendrick Lamar to his latest hip-hop stomper

Charles A. Lewis - 'Check In Ma'

US frontman channels the breezy flow of Ariel Pink for this sweeping and laid-back jam

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