Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.

Gypsyfingers - Hey Maria

Indie folk duo Gypsyfingers are pioneering a new indie folk sound with their synergistic songwriting, matching classically trained Victoria’s love for dance music with Luke’s lifetime of folk, rock and pop influences. Hey Maria is an immersive journey through iconic folk sounds, weaved together by the solid foundation of timeless songwriting, with the narrative and sounds unfolding further and further throughout the three minutes.

Sam Frankl - Petrichor EP

London based artist combines synthetic and organic sounds effortlessly for his refined take on alt-pop. Releasing over the past year this triptych release sees a myriad of influences normally neglected in the pop industry fused together in a way that forges not only the genre forward but puts him at the forefront of exciting new pop music. With stellar instrumentals, Sam lets his crisp tones and distinctive timbre to subtly engage you and within moments you’re hooked.

SS - Gasolina (Music Video)

Ambitious and multi-talented youngster SS steps further into the spotlight with the boujee visuals for latest Gasolina. Musically he draws influence from likes of Reggae, Hip Hop and R&B into his unique cocktail of urban music, in both his own production and performance. Recent studio sessions with the likes of Dappy and G-Money proves that SS is not only making all the right moves for such a new artist but is worth keeping your eyes peeled for as well.

Uri Sade - No Trace of Sound EP

Israeli-born London-based Uri Sade stuns with his debut EP No Trace of Sound. His masterful songwriting is clear from the word go, as he conjures otherworldly soundscapes that wash over you, getting you lost in the undertow of his emotive vocals and poised instrumental performance. Not Trace of Sound is unlike any recent release so prepare to be completely encapsulated by Uri’s trendless and timeless sound.

Toyboy & Robin - Horn It

Known for their crossover house sound that perfectly encapsulates the term “summer anthem”, Toyboy and Robin return to destroy dancefloors across the world once again with fun Horn It that takes flavours of classic house and tunes them up with contemporary production techniques. If you’re fan of the house scene prepare to hear this for the rest of the summer.