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This week we continue our latest feature on the Tipping Point, spotlighting the biggest and best emerging acts from across the UK. Each Monday, we ask one of our esteemed tippers to select five of their hottest tips to be featured on the site throughout the week.

Today we introduce Rebecca Mason, music publicist at Sonic PR and editor of One Great Song,  with a main focus on supporting new and upcoming talent from the North West and further afield. Check out her picks below!


I came across Park Hotel at Sound City a few years ago and I’ve been hooked ever since! They’re a duo based between London & Barcelona making super infectious, funky disco-pop – think Confidence Man with a 00’s twist. They’re definitely destined for big things in the not so distant future.



Oscar Scheller is a master of alt-pop, he’s just come back onto the scene following a quiet few years and his new track ‘Peach’ is a confident, wholesome & addictive number which has been stuck in my head from the second I heard it – even better than his earlier work!



Phoebe Green is an artist I’ve had an eye on for quite a while, she’s shot from recording her own music in her bedroom to touring with the likes of Swim Deep & Sundara Karma after signing with the legendary Chess Club Records. Her lyrics are so honest and relatable and her performances are always breathtaking – undoubtedly one of the best new artists the North has to offer!



I’ve only stumbled upon Baby Queen very recently but I’ve started most of my days since with ‘Internet Religion’ and ‘Buzzkill’, she captures millennial life so well with her songwriting while also making some of the best pop music I’ve heard in years. I’m super excited to see what’s to come from her.



Blackaby has recently signed with Hand In Hive, which led to me discovering the title track from his debut EP ‘What’s On The TV?’. Real easy listening which is somewhere between 2000s indie and pop-punk with one extremely addictive chorus. The whole EP is fantastic, one of the main artists to really capture my attention this year.

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