Five For Friday – 3rd February 2023

The Flavours – ‘Other Song’

Known for their broad and diverse mix of influences throughout their catalogue so far, Irish outfit The Flavours bring back more of that eclectic ideal with their dreamy new single ‘Other Song’. Capturing a warm and inviting texture, perfectly layered against some glittering vocals throughout, this new one will wash over you and leave you feeling renewed throughout.


ET Dub – ‘Something Wrong’

After breaking through with their visionary offerings ‘Move & Groove’ and ‘Tell Me’ last year, elusive London-based producer ET Dub returns for 2023 to deliver the groove-filled new entry ‘Something Wrong’. Blending textured R&B vibes with an electrifying beat from start to finish, this new release adds another vibrant layer to their growing catalogue to date.


Ishy Dee – ‘Sunday Morning’

Having already earned the attention of DJ Target and GRM Daily for his exceptional gems these last few months, rising R&B artist Ishy Dee is back to his sultry best once again with the woozy new single ‘Sunday Morning’. With his warm and enticing voice layered across a heartfelt, acoustic-led production throughout, he is returning with one of his most passionate offerings to date here.


Samuel Oscar – ‘Where’s My Love Gonna Go?’

Having already clocked up millions of streams for his run of releases over the last few months, emerging artist Samuel Oscar looks to continue his upward trajectory with the captivating new single ‘Where’s My Love Gonna Go?’ With his sweet and heartfelt vocals riding across a sweeping production from start to finish, he is certainly looking to pull on our heartstrings with this one.


J.K.B. – ‘Run’

Having already found huge support for his string of releases this past year, London-based artist J.K.B. is back on the grind once again to deliver his shimmering new single ‘Run’. Channelling more of that warm and inviting direction he is known for, this rousing new offering is another vibrant example of exceptional catalogue to date.


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