New Music

Scandinavian troubadour Daniel Norgren reveals scintillating lament “I Waited For You” [Premiere]

Swedish blues-folk singer/songwriter Daniel Norgren is sharing his latest single "I Waited For You" via Best Fit.

Acting Strange soar through haunted thoughts with “Universe Blues” [Premiere]

Glasgow duo Acting Strange channel '60s rock on second single "Universe Blues"

Lightboxes unleash upbeat jazz stylings and spiralling pop electronics in “Something Else”

The keenly frantic track is London duo Lightboxes' debut release for Sweet Release Records.

Oh Gosh - Elf Kid drops a Jamie XX-collab freestyle

After Novelist announced he was leaving Lewisham collective The Square on twitter, Elf Kid drops a freestyle showing his lyrical ability and spunk.

Novelist drops freestyle after leaving The Square

After leaving the PRS-funded collective The Square; XL records signee and Lewisham MC Novelist, drops the freestyle "Novelist On Da Block" clearly not letting that fact diminish his unrelenting passion to spit bars.

PW gets “Lavish” on new single

Off of the back of his UK banger "I Swear", 22-year-old North Londoner PW slides well into his new project with latest single "Lavish"

The Big Moon spew out tangled web of guitars called “The Road”

London four-piece The Big Moon have shared a new track titled "The Road" ahead of their lengthy autumn of touring.

Brit rapper Danny Seth blurs conventional U.S. vs. U.K. styles on dark new cut “Belated”

“The British are coming” rings hauntingly but oh-so true at the end of Brit Rapper Danny Seth’s new track "Belated" ft. MD$.

Section Boyz wil Lock you Arff

London collective Section Boyz premiered new track “Lock Arff” on OVO Sound Radio with Drake’s right hand man and now Swift, Deepee, Sleeks, Littlez, Inch and Knine drop the accompanying visual.

Flesh get their Guitar Hero game on with new track “Dead Lonely” [Premiere]

Flooded with hooky refrains and rambunctious rhythms, "Dead Lonely" combats the disheartening problem of feeling alone by showcasing the band at their most addictive.

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