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Incorporating talent from across the globe, check out our five Tracks of the Week taken from our meticulously-curated ‘BRAND NEW’ playlist showcasing some of the most exciting up-and-coming talents around.
1. ill peach – ‘GUM’
ill peach is the super cool project of Jess Corazza and Pat Morrissey. Fusing flavours of punk and gritty pop on their latest single ‘GUM’, the LA-based duo have delivered an angsty anthem all about dreaming big.
2. R3D x Evans Junior x Tony Konstone – ‘Dont Push Me’
‘Don’t Push Me’ sees three of Ireland’s most exciting rap prospects join forces for a high-powered trap banger. Sounding as if the trio have been working together for years, Evans Junior takes the lead with his sizzling flows while R3D and Tony Konstone weigh in with equally potent verses.
3. SHEIVA – ‘Spacejam’
A self-proclaimed Astromusician, SHEIVA has gone intergalactic with latest single ‘Spacejam’. The rising artist weaves a melange of golden melodies over a super smooth lo-fi beat, creating an astral and floaty sound which shows what she’s all about.
4. GKR x palmi – ‘Rignir á mig’
Translating to “It rains on me,” Icelandic artist GKR’s ‘Rignir á mig’ has far from a dull and overcast sound. Complete with production from fellow countryman palmi, the track is a vibrant offering which blends elements of rap, Europop and drum and bass.
5. Geo Jordan – ‘Let Go’
When experiencing Geo Jordan’s immersive sonic world, it’s not surprising to find out he started producing at the age of 10. Since then, Jordan has gone on to explore identity and his journey as a Trans artist through a progressive pop-oriented sound. On ‘Let Go’, the singer’s soulful vocals take centre stage.
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