New Music

Listen: Corbu - “Promise Me”

Brooklyn's Corbu give us "Promise Me", a beautiful, melancholy affair to give your Black Friday a tinge of blue.

Watch: J Fernandez - “Cosmic Was”

The jangly, jazzy pop-rock ditty gets a mesmerising visual makever. It's a pretty screwy one however.

Listen: Alex G - “Soaker”

The Philadelphian singer-songwriter shares an unreleased cut, presumably from his DSU sessions.

Watch: The Last Skeptik - “Cheerio”

The track itself is an exotic hip-hop belter, like if Flying Lotus was into medieval Japanese music instead of jazz.

Watch: Aquilo - “I Gave It All”

The video channels the sonic devastation in a goosebump-inducing short film about director Eoin Glaister’s "interpretation of the song..."

Listen: Indiana - “Only The Lonely”

Nottingham's synthpop songstress Indiana has cut the ribbon the final track to be released before her debut LP No Romeo drops.

Listen: Young Ejecta - “Your Planet”

American synth-pop duo Young Electra return with beautifully hypnotic pop treat, "Your Planet".

Listen: Hamilton Leithauser - “Room For Forgiveness”

The former frontman of The Walkmen has unveiled a grand new guitar-shuffle ditty for free download.

Listen: Sekuoia - “Waves”

21-year-old Patrick Madsen - also known as Danish producer Sekuoia - has unveiled a sublime new cut called "Waves".

Listen: Blooms - “Guilty” [Premiere]

Louise Cunnane's dropping her new tune, produced by Kobina, as a free download.

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