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

LCMDF - Thank God I Didn’t Get To Know You At All

Powerhouse sister-duo LCMDF have spent years evolving their raw, attitude laden electro pop sound, globetrotting and sharing their vision with the world. Returning to their home town of Helsinki, they got to work on Sad Bangers - with lead track Thank God I Didn’t Get To Know You At All, they fuse emotion with consummate catchiness, bringing a late summer sound to their already broad appeal.

Denis Coleman - You

American-born London-based wunderkind Denis Coleman stuns the world with such an emphatic release despite him being just 15. Artists seems to get younger and younger, and Denis’ creative journey started early at the meagre age of four - growing to write his first song at age ten. This future pop anthem spins a tale of young love, where Denis’ skills both vocally and in songwriting are well beyond his age.

Houssein - Tokyo

Conjuring hazy imagery of city romance, 19 year old Houssein triumphs with follow up to breakthrough debut tracks 5 Bucks and Summer Night with Tokyo that only proves to compound his poised creativity. Finding his footing in the music world via Musical.ly, Houssein’s road to the fore is not your typical one - but Houssein is not your typical pop artist, be on the watch for this emerging talent.

Greg Gatsby - Runaway Love (Feat. Stef Kalloo & Braveboy)

As genres evolve they take on new forms, borrowing flavours from other styles to evolve and take on a new life of their own. In a constant state of evolution is electronic music, and a recent genre that has broken through into the mainstream is future bass - this time incorporating sunny, tropical flavours from the caribbean on Greg Gatsby’s Runaway Love. Truly inspired work as everything fits in a manner in which it feels that that each element which designed for this new and exciting style.

Bridges - Maths, Science and English

Bristol-based indie quartet Bridges bounce back reinvigorated from a recent change of band membership and share new transatlantic sounding Maths, Science and English ahead of their new EP and tour. The lyrical narrative immerses you in tender feelings of the past and showing gratitude to the people that are by your side no matter what, honest and introspective listening.

Loveday - Breathless

Showing once again that she’s one to keep a close eye on for the future, Midlands based singer, songwriter and producer Loveday enamours us with Breathless. A glossy and immersive electro pop crossover that has every element at the top of its game - silky vocals, stellar songwriting and crystal clear production.