Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
This week we have singles and videos from some of the best upcoming artists in electro-pop, dance and hip-hop.RAINDEAR – Diamonds In My Chest
Prominent swedish electro-pop artist, RAINDEAR has released her latest ‘Diamonds In My Chest’. It follows a short hiatus from the self-proclaimed desert pop princess, but upon first listen instantaneously reminds us of her fierce talent.
A track with a wild and brooding sensibility - RAINDEAR fronts a wondrous display of angelic synth-pop delivery with a kick-ass vocal performance. RAINDEAR explores feelings of desperation, destruction and uncomfortable desire. Tune in now.One Bit x Noah Cyrus – My Way
Electronic duo One Bit (Jonty Howard and Joe Murphy) team up with Noah Cyrus for their heart-pounding new single ‘My Way’. Following excellent performances at T in the Park, Boardmasters and We Are FSTVL, the new track is set to launch One Bit headfirst into the dance-music mainstream.
One Bit have already produced a string of official remixes for acts from Vance Joy to Catchment. Their remix of Confessionals ‘Love is King’ recently hit over 500,000 YouTube hits in just eight weeks since release, which is an imposing achievement that underlines the sheer potency of their work.Malory – Nuclear Brandy
Multicoloured pop artist MALORY has released her second single and follow up to the well received debut ‘Rapture’. This time round we see the flourishing musician continue to be inspired by dystopian motifs as she pens a story of two lovers caught in a 1950's post-apocalyptic underground bunker (think 'Stranger Things' meets 'Blast From The Past') in ‘Nuclear Brandy’. Its clear that Malory’s brand of alt-pop is incredibly vital, tune in now.Demons Of Ruby Mae – Someday
The first single to be taken from their forthcoming album, ‘Someday’ from Demons Of Ruby Mae feels not just an optimistic affair, but also somewhat prophetic - as it marks the beginnings of a stage in their career that many thought Demons of Ruby Mae would never reach. A smooth and powerful ballad, this one demands your attention.Elea Calvet – Trigger
Following up from her electrifying debut single Lust, French Canadian artist Elea Calvet is pleased to announce that her second single, 'Trigger', will be released this Autumn.
19 year old Elea Calvet taps into music’s emotive foundations with elements of Tom Waits & Patti Smith reminiscent in her lyrical style. Born in Canada & raised in India, Elea has since settled in UK and is set on becoming one of the most prolific alternative artists on the independent scene today.