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

Austin Riddle – ‘Something Good’

Having formed his sound through training as a classical concert/jazz pianist, Birmingham, Alabama-based artist Austin Riddle has been looking to bring his unique perspective of musical arrangement to the world of RnB ever since. Returning with his latest cut ‘Something Good’, the singer brings together sultry vocals and an insatiable bassline that makes this one of the more memorable RnB releases of the year so far.

Aimée – ‘Don’t Bother’ (Acoustic)

After delivering her recent hit ‘Don’t Bother’ earlier this year, which has since garnered hundreds of thousands of streams in the last month, Dublin-based singer Amiée now returns to strip back her latest release with an acoustic rendition. By removing much of the additional production, leaving just an acoustic guitar and her stunning voice, we can really appreciate the strong and confident message within the lyrics, highlighting even more of what we loved about the original.

Chris Varvaro – ‘Notebook’ ft. Sky Roses

As a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and producer, Chris Varvaro has always been one to take on a sound with his own unique style and perspective. Continuing his “pursound” initiative, a movement started by the beatmaker to produce a more beautiful and progressive side to the EDM sound, ‘Notebook’ sees him collaborate with rising artist Sky Roses to deliver a truly awe-inspiring electronic release, filled with swooning synths and a wonderfully bold aesthetic.

LAPP – ‘Ride’

Following on from the ecstatic acclaim that came with his debut single ‘Tennessee’, singer-songwriter LAPP now looks to continue his form with the release of his latest single ‘Ride’. Lifted from his stellar EP ‘Sunny’, the frontman swoons and croons his way through this sparse and piano-led release, showcasing his stunning voice at every ebb and flow.

Myo – ‘A Particle’

After the release of their incredible Black Mirror-inspired single ‘San Junipero’ last year, London-based outfit Myo have since been on a break from writing in recent months, but now return with their gloriously uplifting new single ‘A Particle’. Filled with warped synths and soulful vocals, this new offering adds another strong bow to their musical quiver as they look to adopt a more energetic aesthetic within the electro-pop sound.