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

The Funk Hunters – ‘Party Rockin’ (Sparkee Remix)

Having spent the last few years delivering their own brand of funk-inspired house and techno music, production juggernauts The Funk Hunters now see their latest party-starter reworked by the energetic producer Sparkee. Keeping much of that original sound intact, Sparkee take his own approach to the disco-laden beat and brings it to life on this exciting new remix.

TheColorGrey – ‘Nothing At All’

After releasing his heavily-praised sophomore album ‘For What It’s Worth’ at the beginning of last year, Belgian frontman Will Michiels aka TheColorGrey now returns with his signature sultry vibes on his latest single ‘Nothing At All’. Taking cues from that classic soul sound, but blending it with a contemporary edge, the singer swoons and serenades us with this groove-filled delight.

François – ‘Over You’

Despite only debuting himself less than a year ago, Liverpool-based singer and songwriter François has already made quite a name for himself. With his recent singles circumnavigating the synth-pop sound, his latest cut ‘Only You’ sees him in a far more humbled environment. Produced by Summer Heart’s David Alexander, the artist creates a smooth and lo-fi atmosphere that will sit well in the impending summer months.

Rainbrother – ‘Honeybird’

With their new album ‘Island’ available this Friday, Danish alt-rock outfit Rainbrother preview their highly anticipated new release with the unveiling of their latest track ‘Honeybird’. Much like what we have heard so far, this new single looks to blend the folk ambitions of Fleet Foxes with the atmospheric eeriness of Radiohead, leaving a dark and haunting edition to their ever-enticing catalogue.

Adam Cola – ‘Stylin’

After releasing his heavily-praised debut album ‘FLESH.BLOOD.LOVE’ last year, Canadian-born but LA-based frontman Adam Cola now looks to continue his effervescent style on his latest jam ‘Stylin’. Bringing that hard-hitting electro-pop he is known for and adding a soft and sultry vocal performance throughout, the singer looks set to follow up his initial full-length with a strong and confident return.