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This afternoons tip is a debut from London based Girlhood, who make hip-hop inspired pop from a narrowboat on Regent’s Canal. The collaboration between Tessa Cavanna and Christian Pinchbeck was born out of frustration following, broken hearts, broken legs...
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After bursting onto the scene in a blaze of blog glory at the end of last year with ‘People Say‘, the enigmatic Seramic continued to get pulses racing with follow up track, ‘Waiting‘. The blend of pop and neo-soul...
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Electronic duos are ten a penny nowadays, so if you’re going to try and break through then you need a little something extra to tip you over the edge. La Roux had it on their debut album thanks to...
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East London’s JONES has already made a impressive mark with only a handful of tracks to her name. ‘Deep‘ introduced us to her lush pop that shimmers with layers just waiting to be unveiled, whilst ‘You‘ and an exquisite...
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Blending smooth, soulful r&b with sparse and atmospheric electronica is very much a thing to do for budding producers these days, but few are doing it as well as enigmatic London duo seyr right now. As the opening bars...
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Alice Olivia rose to popularity with her Youtube covers of chart-pop songs. The Cambridge based musician gives us a taste of her own sound with her first single ‘Lovers‘ from her debut EP ‘Wanderlands‘. What is immediately apparent is...
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Today’s Tip comes from London based multi-instrumentalist Tabanca as she injects left-field pop into a sound that’s highly influenced by 90s R&B. Her new single ‘Lagoon‘ is a must listen for those who enjoy well produced, alternative, beat-based pop and after features...
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‘Wake Me Up’ is the deceivingly incredible debut track from half Peruvian, half English singer-songwriter INCA. With a stunningly beautiful and ethereal make-up, the track defies the London-based artist’s position as a newcomer to the industry. Soft piano keys,...
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With FKA Twigs currently the front runner in the race for this year’s Mercury Music Prize, and the likes of Generator’s own Lulu James making waves in music press, it seems like a great time to be producing intelligent...


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