New Release

Toledo – Dog Has Its Day

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Toledo is a duo based out of Brooklyn, New York City with the firm intention of having our hearts melt every darn time their latest single plays in the background....

Mixtape Eighty-Five

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Freshly baked and ready to impress. Enjoy this selection. Don’t forget to like, comment, repost and favourite on Mixcloud. Let us know your favourite track in the comment...

Gaidaa – COLORS Live in NYC

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At the start of 2020 and before it all went south. Gaidaa released her debut EP Overture to critical acclaim. Today, she's back in the limelight with COLORS*studios, with a...

HÅN & GIUNGLA – CTR

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I've been sent this upbeat collaboration between two of their incredibly talented artists. HÅN and Giungla drop their newest track "CTR" crafted over multiple ZOOM calls, emails,...

Morly – Twain Harte

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Visual artist and singer-songwriter Morly (aka Katy Morley) returns with newfound strength on the heartfelt single “Twain Harte" — her first new material as Morly since 2017....

Sabrina Bellaouel – Libra EP

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It’s nearing the end of 2020. We’re situated in the greyest of Parisian weather smack right in the middle of a lockdown and located in the bustling 19th district of my...

AnnaLina – It’s Seasonal

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Get relaxed, get happy. "It's Seasonal" has all the right textures for a warm night in when it's cold out, and makes for a stellar debut from this Aussie up-and-comer AnnaLina...

Steven Robertson – Roof Song

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As a last effort, I walked into The Bitter End in Greenwich Village, where a guy in sweatpants and socks was putting on a stadium-sized show for a modest bar crowd. The guy was...

Sal Dulu – B (feat. Koncept Jack$on)

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Released on his very own label Duluoz Records, talented producer and musician Sal Dulu drops a quality track today that also announces the incoming "Xompulse" debut album due out...

Hoosh – Nights

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Hoosh first caught our ear with the ultra-introspective "Living Inside" a few months back. Today, the Sudan-born, Miami-based singer-songwriter is back with more catchy-as-hell...