After its annual summer break, Nordic club night and showcase Ja Ja Ja returns in September for the fifth consecutive year of monthly shows highlighting the finest up and coming talent from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
Hackney based duo impress with new single: a kaleidoscopic emo pop banger that hints at a bright future.
Fast rising north London quartet Wolf Alice perform contemplative ballad "We're Not The Same" live at London's famed Toe Rag Studios.
Five months on from releasing one of 2014's defining songs with "Touch", rising London starlet Shura returns with a follow-up in the form of delicate ballad "Just Once".
Eliot Sumner continues her stylistic shift towards the darker side of pop and appoints Danish producer Trentmøller to remix the highly impressive comeback single "Information".
Remix Artist Collective's André Allen Anjos takes Sweden's Tove Styrke's feisty comeback single to new levels with his sinister rework.
Gothenburg's Holy Family relocate to Montreal for the birth of their debut release and shed any preconceptions about how Swedish pop music should sound.
London trio JUCE continue to stake their claim as one of the most enticing new pop acts of recent memory with their insanely catchy new single “Burning Up”.
I Blame Coco ditches the stage name and returns under her birth name Eliot Sumner. Listen to the arresting debut single "Information" now.
At just 19 years of age, London newcomer Billie Black impresses with her sophisticated late night soul.