5 RECENT RELEASES YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT THIS WEEK

We’ve delved into the deepest and darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our weekly round-up of the crème de la crème in new music. From London's Fimiguerrero to New York's Luci - here's the music and the artists you should start keeping up with.
by Sep 13, 2022

The tide of new music never seems to stop coming in and Friday being one of the most intense days for new music we can understand if it all feels a little overwhelming. That’s why we’ve delved into the deepest and darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our weekly round-up of the crème de la crème in new music.

FIMIGUERRERO – INNA

In ‘INNA’ Trap Rockstar FimiGuerrero flips Vybz Kartel’s Bashement ‘Mhm Hm’ into two minutes of grungey hip hop perfection. A front runner in London’s fast growing punk rap scene Fimi is someone to keep your eyes on.

AGACHON – NAG CHAMPA

If you’re a Soulection head or a fan of Kaytranada then look no further than German producer Agachon’s latest album ‘Nag Champa’ for your new fix. The 15 song project is the perfect blend of Rnb, HipHop and Jazz and your bound to discover something new from the list of collaborators including London vocalist Jay Prince and more.

LUCI – GNARLY

The latest single from New York artist LUCI is perfectly named. From the moment you press play you’re met with hard hitting, percussion driven production and confrontational power. LUCI isn’t your average rapper or singer, she is an expressionist and such is made clear in the 3 minutes she captivates us with this track.

CKTRL – YIELD

Jazz Producer and instrumentalist CKTRL is back with ‘Yield’ a song nothing short of beautiful. The five minute piece is transcendental – accompanying the saxophone with subliminally haunting vocals. If you want a reflective moment of peace look no further.

DEYAZ – BITTER

Deyaz’s ‘Bitter’ is a raw, open and honest discussion of his past addiction wrapped in beautiful melodies and atmospheric guitars. The East London artist uses music as ‘therapy’ recoiling his life experiences in relatable lyrics and complex harmonies.