Mechanized and soulful, syncopated and smooth, “All I Want” is a futuristic comfort and the visionary brand-new single from North-East London’s Fran Lobo. Out courtesy of Heavenly Recordings, you’ll find streaming and download links for it here. Finally, on February 20th she plays a show at Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters, and tickets for that are now available.
Alice Auer: “Greek Street”
Sweetly reflective, refined and effortlessly romantic, “Greek Street” is the timelessly-written and silkily-sung brand-new single from London’s Alice Auer. Out now through Young Poet, streaming links for it are right here, and it’s also on Bandcamp.
yunè pinku: “Night Light”
Melancholic, soothing futurism, “Night Light” is the delicately-emotive, pulsating new single from London’s yunè pinku. Out now, streaming links for it are on her LinkTree, while there are tracks, remixes and extended mixes on Soundcloud as well.
Asya Satti: “Look At You Now”
Stockholm-born and London-based, Asya Satti is a musician of Sudanese heritage, and “Look At You Now” is an iridescent blaze of melodic joy and her gently-uplifting brand-new single. Assorted streaming links for this can be found right here.
Iraina Mancini: “Undo The Blue”
Iraina Mancini is a Soho Radio DJ and musician from London, and “Undo The Blue” is her 70s-Soul-soaked, dazzlingly melodic and exquisitely crafted latest single. You can find streaming links for this gem as well as more information about her right here, and it’s also on Bandcamp. Next month she’ll be opening for the one-and-only Saint Etienne at the Ritz in Manchester, and you can buy tickets for her solo show at Hackney’s Paper Dress Vintage here.
Whatever The Weather: “17ºC”
Whatever The Weather is the solo-ambient-music project of North London’s Loraine James, and “17ºC” is its pulse-quickening, interstellar first single. A self-titled LP will be released on April 22nd by Ghostly International, and you can order deluxe-vinyl, standard-vinyl and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp now. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.
Nilüfer Yanya: “stabilise”
Lean as it pulsates, “stabilise” is the swiftly-moving, aerodynamic and darkly-thrilling brand-new single from London’s Nilüfer Yanya. The track is taken from her just-announced PAINLESS LP, one she releases on March 4th. You can pre-order green-vinyl and CD versions of it from ATO Records, and it’s available from Bandcamp, too.
Bessie Turner: “Rushing”
Crackling with charisma, “Rushing” is a sweet surge of melody and adrenaline and the heart-pumping new single from London’s Bessie Turner. You can find assorted streaming links for it here, and she has a new EP due in the Fall as well. Via The Line of Best Fit.
Byulah and Anja Ngozi: “B BRAVE”
Fellow Londoners Anja Ngozi and Byulah have joined considerable talents to birth the elegant “B BRAVE”, their synchronous, unforced-yet-ever-cinematic brand-new single. Out through the courtesy of the Síbín collective, you can find streaming links for it right here, and it’s available to buy with an accompanying remix from Bandcamp as well.
Roxanne de Bastion: “Molecules”
Assured and erudite as it thunders, “Molecules” is the stirring and stormy brand-new single from London- and Berlin-based musician Roxanne de Bastion. You can find all the links you need for it here. Out September 3rd, her next and second LP You & Me, We Are The Same was recorded with legend Bernard Butler, and you can pre-order vinyl, CD and bundled editions of it from Bandcamp now.