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Roundup, November #3

From dark and sexy pop bangers to soulful jungle, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Rebecca Black – Crumbs Rebecca Black is reclaiming her time with her latest single,

From hyperactive UKG to future bass from the past, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Sega Bodega – KEPKO On last year’s glowing Romeo, producer Sega Bodega further established

Two years ago, amidst the global pandemic, British producer Fred Gibson (AKA Fred again…) decided to document his life. The approach? Collect recordings of daily life, conversations, activities, the ambient hustle and bustle (or in this case, silence) of the city. Spin said recordings into a soundtrack of sorts, intertwining

Last month, celebrated Brooklyn duo Beacon shared their latest album, Along The Lethe. Mostly created amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic, the album sees the band ponder the allure of forgetting tragedy, inspired by the uncanny experience of history seeping into the present. The result is arguably Beacon’s most eclectic

From old-school rave to sleazy hip-house, we roundup our favourite tracks of the week. Listen below.  Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Bonobo – Defender On this year’s Fragments, British electronic musician Bonobo expanded his palette beyond slow burning,

Electronic music duo Bicep have been on a hot streak of live shows lately. Perhaps the secret to the success of whatever Andrew Ferguson and Matthew McBriar have been doing has something to do with their penchant for dropping easter eggs and unreleased tracks into the mix. One in particular,

There’s always been a sense of whimsicality inherent to Shygirl, from the 3D animated Bratz-like avatars of 2020’s ALIAS to the fairytale romance of Cleo, it’s the way she juxtaposes and balances this cutsie girliness with her otherwise irreverent persona that makes for something unexpected and beguiling. It’s literally baked

On this week’s roundup, we have new releases from some of the UK’s most exciting dance music acts, and a haunting tribute by Björk. Listen to our selections below.    Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Björk – Ancestress 

Alexander Crossan’s work in future bass has been pivotal in driving the scene forward (or eradicating it altogether), with his genrefluid approach breeding a significant online following that sees him form part of the new guard of pop and dance music agitators. As Mura Masa, his music transcends categorisation, as

The curse of the sophomore slump is often one of the biggest hurdles to navigate for new artists, particularly after a strong first showing. For London singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama, the hurdle is exceptional. Her 2019 debut SAWAYAMA is near pop perfection, introducing the world to Rina Sawayama by taking bold

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