Jack Wakeman & The Dreamstriders – ‘Feel Again In Time’
Having found inspiration from the likes of Don Henley and Bruce Springsteen over the years, emerging outfit Jack Wakeman & The Dreamstriders deliver their sweeping new release ‘Feel Again In Time’. Channelling a beautifully sweet and alluring aesthetic throughout, this folk-inspired gem highlights more of that illustrious direction they are building for themselves.
Marina – ‘Why’
After the strong response to her previous offerings ‘Sunsets And Rieslings’ and ‘Almost Love’ in recent months, fast-rising singer and songwriter Marina is back with the anthemic new release ‘Why’. Moving away from the more R&B pop influences to develop a rockier edge, this driven new effort showcases her as a bold and progressive name emerging right now.
Kennyflowers – ‘Anonymous Girl’
Following a flurry of high-profile hits over the last few years, Chicago native Kennyflowers is back once again with the groove-filled new single ‘Anonymous Girl’. Bringing back more of that smooth and alluring direction he is known for, this shimmering new cut has a beautifully warm and inviting atmosphere threaded throughout.
LAZYRAVE – ‘Terraform’
After delivering a bold and inventive array of jams throughout the last few months, Newcastle’s LAZYRAVE continue their vibrant form with the glittering new single ‘Terraform’. Inviting more of that psychedelic electronic direction they have built for themselves, this captivating new release shows them as a brilliantly distinctive outfit on the scene.
Claudia Bouvette – ‘Solo Night’
Having established herself as a fresh and adventurous artist with a string of killer offerings, fast-rising Claudia Bouvette has now dropped her eagerly-awaited new album ‘The Paradise Club’, showcased by the stunning single ‘Solo Night’. With its warm and pulsing alt-pop tropes layered against her beautifully sweet voice, she is continuing to cement her legacy to date.