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Sublime new track from Manchester artist, LayFullStop, as she brings the themes of unconventionality, misconceptions of women and spirituality to a blissed out, minimalist beat.

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More proof, if proof were needed, that Manchester vocalist IAMDDB is destined for great things. This is her latest video for More, another great extract from her recent Hoodrich EP. You can stream the EP on all the usual platforms right now.

Beautiful new song from The Mouse Outfit. I Wonder features local connects IAMDDB and their regular sparring partner, Fox. The track was produced by Chini and Metrodome. The Mouse Outfit are on tour very soon, so keep an eye out for them passing through your town; always a good show.

The collaboration between Eva Lazarus and Mungo’s Hi Fi has given three great tracks, including this little number about the freedom that can be discovered after a break-up. Eva and and the donny ABOVEGROUND headed to Amsterdam to give the video extra credence and the result is this visual treat. The Amsterdam EP is available now from iTunes.

Manchester’s unique talent, IAMDDB, is fast becoming the next sure thing to make it big. She is fiercely independent, but as the views shoot up and the A&Rs start circling, I don’t think it’ll be long before she’s snapped up by a major. She just released her new song, Shade, and it’s racked up over 11k views in 48 hours. I have an interview with her coming to Brapp soon, so keep your eyes open for that one. In the meantime, enjoy the new visual delights of Shade.

Blissed out, soulful vibes on the new track from North Lawndale talent, Jean Deaux. Wikipedia is produced by ROMderful and you can stream it below. Looking forward to hearing what else the Zero Fatigue affiliate has got in store for us. Read the rest of this entry »

IAMDDB and Sleazy have been hinting at the arrival of new music for a while now and yesterday finally gave us the first taste of what the couple have been cooking up. COCA sees them hook up with producer Bangzy for a suitably wavy beat, which you can hear for yourself below. Downloads are available here. Read the rest of this entry »

Stones Throw long ago transcended the boundaries of being a hip hop label and now their roster boasts an alarming amount of talent, from a wealth of genres and styles. Take their latest signing, singer and violinist, Sudan Archives. The 23 year old Ohio resident is forging her own unique path, in a industry that is increasingly saturated with trite soundalikes and cliched repetitions. She is also self-taught on the violin – which is impressive in itself – having been inspired by Sudanese fiddlers, among other musicians. Her first single is a sublime number and gives you a first class idea of what she is all about. Haunting self-harmonies and glitchy electro backing, all laced with her fiddle and all produced by her as well. Sudan has an EP due out next month, so watch out for more news on that coming soon. Read the rest of this entry »

Children of Zeus – aka Tyler Daley and Konny Kon – have spent the last couple of years releasing a smooth blend of rap and soul. In the process they have scored a whole new batch of fans, plenty of critical acclaim and some crazy live shows – including a set in the infamous Boiler Room. I got the chance to speak with both Tyler and Konny about why they started making music together, their influences and the possibility of hearing a full album from them. Read the rest of this entry »

Nice serving of hip hop and soul fusion from Remulak’s new LP, Earth. Passing Time features beautiful vocals from Australian singer, Melody Myla. You can cop the full album here.