This week's hottest new sounds...
Pride (Zeno Records/Warner Records)
Pride finds Nines recalling a time when “days were mad slow” over a trippy, winding beat. Truth is, those days are long gone, and one of the scene’s most in-demand voices is on top form here.
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KOFFEE (FEAT. GUNNA)
There can’t be many artists making tracks as limb-loosening as Koffee right now. On this narcotic new one, she taps Georgia rapper Gunna for a slow, smooth verse.
Contact Taponeswa Mavunga
ATO (FEAT. VIC MENSA)
Leeds rapper ATO is making an impression with sharp, smart bars and grainy beats. From his new EP3, Falling is one of his best tracks yet.
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Dumb Fake Love (37 Adventures)
Here’s the debut single from Haz, who works in a London boozer when she’s not writing sleek pop bangers. Surely her pint-pulling days are numbered...
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The Bonny (Little Runaway Records)
Called a “top man” by Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon is clearly going places. This single has all the crackling energy that helped make his name.
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She Funked Me (Fat Possum)
As Cassowary, Miles Shannon makes slinky jams that sound beamed in from a jazz bar in the year 3021. Look out for more new music next year.
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Oh Lola (Chess Club)
New Chess Club signings Coach Party arrive with the charming clatter of Oh Lola, which comes with a lo-fi video shot in a working men’s club.
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