Five For Friday – 7th October 2022

Jachym Borax – ‘THREE 6’0 Bitches’

After spending the last few months building and cultivating his sound, LA-based artist Jachym Borax has now delivered his eagerly-awaited debut album ‘DRUG INDUCED PYSCHOSIS’, showcased by the new single ‘THREE 6’0 BITCHES’. Conjuring more of that raw and bouncing flow he is known for, this latest cut is another riveting example of his exciting direction to date.


Ben Hutcheson – ‘Need You Tonight’

Having already garnered more than a quarter million listeners on Spotify since first emerging, Bristol-based singer-songwriter Ben Hutcheson is now looking to continue that positive ascent as he drops his powerful new single ‘Need You Tonight’. Channelling more of that warm and heartfelt aesthetic he is known for, this new one will pull on your heartstrings from start to finish.


Tuvaband – ‘Something Good’

After spending the last few years mesmerising us with a rousing array of releases, Norwegian artist Tuvaband has returned with one of her most tender offerings to date in the form of ‘Something Good’. Stripping back her usually shimmering direction for a more humbled aesthetic, this new one showcases some of her most compelling songwriting to date.


Jodré – ‘conversations’

Following on from the enormous response to his previous efforts ‘S.H.E.’ and ‘where have you been?’ in recent months, Portuguese singer-songwriter Jodré is looking to do it all again on his sweeping new single ‘conversations’. Capturing a wonderfully warm and alluring neo-soul vibe from start to finish, this glittering new delight makes for a beautifully illustrious listen throughout.


Herbert Walker – ‘Up Down’

With a sound that that has captivated many throughout their previous releases, emerging outfit Herbert Walker return once again on their groove-filled new delight ‘Up Down’. Lifted from their forthcoming new album ‘How To Enjoy’, which is set to arrive soon, this smooth and shimmering new gem is another glittering example of their dynamic sound to date.

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