Five For Friday – 30th September 2022

Feloneye – ‘Zoom’

After cementing himself with his stunning single ‘Rockstar’ earlier this year, fast-rising rapper Feloneye continues his fresh and energetic direction on the new offering ‘Zoom’. With its bold and bouncing production blending effortlessly with his own driven flow throughout, he is showing exactly why so many have been switching onto him of late.



Learn To Lie – ‘Lost Boys’

Having already established themselves with a flurry of impressive offerings these last few years, UK outfit Learn To Lie make their eagerly-anticipated return with the dreamy new gem ‘Lost Boys’. Delivering a heady dose of sweeping guitar hooks and captivating vocals throughout, this new release is another raw and emotive example of their shimmering sound to date.


Are We Hunting – ‘California Kurt Cobain’

After breaking through with his well-received debut EP ‘Break In The Sun’ in 2020, California-based artist Ryan Ayala aka Are We Hunting continues his vibrant ascent on the glittering new single ‘California Kurt Cobain’. Blending a sweeping surf-rock-inspired direction into his own driven guise, this new one makes for a wonderfully rich and enticing listen throughout.


Cain Lofton & GoodBoy – ‘Dreams’

Having already proven themselves with a warm and engaging array of releases individually, rising artists Cain Lofton and GoodBoy now comes together to unveil their sweeping new single ‘Dreams’. Lifted from their forthcoming genre-bending joint EP ‘A Little Treat’, this bold and passionate new cut is the perfect blend of hip-hop and R&B textures throughout.


Chósta – ‘That Object Spoke To Me’

As we eagerly await the release of his forthcoming debut album ‘Twilight Transmission’, expected early next year, emerging producer Chósta is looking to showcasing his upcoming collection with the atmospheric new gem ‘That Object Spoke To Me’. Brimming with warm and effervescent textures throughout, he is certainly setting himself apart from his contemporaries with this one.

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