Best Fit Sessions

Songhoy Boys bring their desert blues to Paris for our latest session

We take the Transgressive-signed breakout stars from Damon Albarn's Africa Express record to a small artificial island in the Seine for their Best Fit Session.

Toronto’s HIGHS cut sensitive classy indie pop in our latest session

HIGHS make music that mixes ear-caressing vocal bonhomie with grown-up indie pop ambience in our latest session filmed at Brighton's Great Escape festival.

Toronto’s CAIRO bring drama and melody to their music in our latest session

Toronto-based CAIRO describe their music as "taunting, sardonic, cynical, and idealistic". We caught up with two of the band for a session cut of the title track from their debut album A History of Reasons

Are Arkells Canada’s answer to Wilco?

We hole up with three of the band for a late night session take of killer song "11:11".

Watch our new favourite singer/songwriter Jordan Klassen in session

Canada's Jordan Klassen combines a frenetic, crafted approach to songwriting with a knack for melody and a powerful vocal to create a take on the folk sound that’s beyond contemporary.

H. Hawkline performs upcoming new single “It’s a Drag” exclusively for Best Fit

"It's A Drag" first appeared on the recent split 7-inch H. Hawkline shared with Toy and Jan Weaver, released in highly-limited numbers earlier this year for Record Store Day; watch our session filmed during The Great Escape Festival earlier this year.

Watch new folk-country sensation Barna Howard in session for Best Fit

Howard's plaintive, honest ditties about love and loss instantly strike a chord.

Tropics performs “Rapture” in a stunning new session for Best Fit

Tropics man Chris Ward performs the title track from recent album Rapture in an exclusive session for Best Fit.

Heavenly-signed Eaves delivers the heart-pulling “Pylons” in a new session for Best Fit

Joseph Lyons - aka Eaves - gets all moody and dramatic in our latest session.

Watch French yé-yé revivalist Laure Briard in session

Watch French pop newcomer Laure Briard in a melancholic session

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