Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Gromo – ‘Nuke’ ft. Hush
After previously collaborating on their stylistic single ‘Find Me (Marco Polo)’ earlier this year, New York-based producer Gromo teams up with rapper and vocalist Hush once again for the thunderous club smasher ‘Nuke’. Combining elements of the trap hip-hop scene with a pounding electronic bassline, this new offering cements the beatmaker as one of the most high-energy artists working in the scene today.
Time For T – ‘Calling Back’
Following on from the success of their previous EPs and debut album ‘Hoping Something Anything’, which received numerous radio plays on BBC Radio 1, 6Music, and topped Spotify’s UK Viral Chart, multinational outfit Time For T now continue the support for their next full-length ‘Galavanting’ with their latest cut ‘Calling Back’. Described as a cross between Bob Dylan and Fela Kuti, their newest offering channels the warm and laid-back folk-pop aesthetic that the band have been developing since their infancy.
69th Rose – ‘Dancing With The Devil’
With his previous single ‘Summa’s Interlude’ receiving support from the likes of Dummy, Stereofox and Digster, as well as landing on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist, London-based producer 69th Rose now returns with his latest laid-back RnB jam ‘Dancing With The Devil’. With its subtle blend of wistful guitar hooks and pounding hip-hop beats, this genre-bending new release continues the Drake-inspired sound he has been showcasing so far.
Coast Modern – ‘Puppy Llama’
While they spent the last couple of years keeping new music off their agenda, LA-based duo Coast Modern maintained a strong and devout fanbase with more than 1 million Spotify listeners every month. But now the pair have returned with the wonderfully broad new offering ‘Puppy Llama’. Filling the same psych-pop shoes as Animal Collective, this new release sees them continue their light and accessible sound, filling it with bold and imaginative instrumentation.
Two Can – ‘Gonna Be’
Originally formed in their homeland of Australia, the Sach-Haber brothers have since relocated their project to Los Angeles, with younger sibling Myles now helming the venture. Using their new location as the inspiration behind their sound, the group have spent the last few years collaborating with LA finest to deliver their new single ‘Gonna Be’. Mixing up elements of alt-pop, but remaining grounded in its Australian roots, their newest cut manages to continue their direction in a fresh and vibrant way.