23 year old Dinah Is is an artist, songwriter, and assistant producer from Bergen, Norway. She has most recently released her song I’m New on the 9th of July.
I’m New is her second single released, which was produced by Dylan Cooper. Unlike her first single which was more popish, this song is more funky and hip hop influenced.
Jessica Murray is the rising artist behind Molteno, and she most recently released her newest single Our House is on Fire on the 23rd of July. This dreamy and compelling alt-pop track track is a compelling track.
Molteno is inspired by the elements, the moon, and the stars. Most of her songs are described as a combination of dream pop, alt-R&B, and trip hop beats, and listeners should expect to hear a sonic and visual journey through space and Earth.
Chris Pidsley has come out with his EP called Daisies today. Native of London (UK), the EP was recorded in his bedroom and produced by his friend Ross.
The EP is a collection of songs focusing on youthful nostalgia, summer memories and different emotions that come with relationships. This is a very unique EP that has a great theme to it, and I really enjoyed listening to everyone of them in their own ways.
Rising Fever has recently released their newest single Creatures on the 23rd of July. The track was created in two studios, Denver, Colorado and Brighton UK.
This cinematic and indie-folk track lyrically explores anxiety and social pressure but through the lens of intimacy and hope. This is a new sound from traditional Americana feel that their first release brought and instead explores more ambient and a filmier atmosphere.
Maya Yenn has released her haunting new release called Tiptoe earlier this year. The song is an entirely self-produced about a brand of anxiety unique to Millennials and Gen Zers. Originally created on TikTok as a “spooky beat” for Halloween, an overwhelming responses from users on TikTok demanded the song to be developed.
Dark, foreboding yet playful, Tiptoe is written of anxiety itself. The song’s lyrics imagine a place where the listener finds themselves playing a high stakes game of hide and seek with all their fears and anxieties.
Howlite have recently released their contemporary and electronic pop song Canary on the 15th. This lead single opens with the ethereal vocals of Alison Thom and build subtly with elegant indie foundations.
Alison makes this track haunting, and the piano and instrumentals just add on to it. I genuinely love this track, it reminds me a lot of Sylvan Esso in a way.