Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Plastic Cowboys – ‘None Like You’
With their previously shared singles ’99 On A Saturday’ and ‘Not As Cool’ showcasing their lovable sound throughout the year, Irish trio Plastic Cowboys recently returned with their breezy new single ‘None Like You’. Channelling a rich and sweeping attitude throughout, their newest gem cements them as true innovators emerging on the fledgling indie-rock scene.
Lainey Dionne – ‘Skin’
After only just introducing herself with her stunning debut single ‘Hey London’ near the start of the year, emerging singer and songwriter Lainey Dionne is back once again with her vibrant new offering ‘Skin’. Taking her cues from the likes of Lorde and Halsey, this new release sees her take the conventional pop route and blend it with a diverse array of adventurous production throughout.
Ray Dawn – ‘Boston’
With his previously shared single ‘Flex’ proving to make a strong mark for the emerging rapper, US artist Ray Dawn is back on the grind once again as he shares the pulsing new jam ‘Boston’. Mixing bold and pounding beats with his own energetic and quick-fire flow, his newest release is firm and progressive example of why so many have been flocking to him of late.
Hiko Momoji – ‘self-test’
Attributing his sound to the likes of Daft Punk and Calvin Harris, fast-rising producer Hiko Momoji is now looking to do his heroes proud on the captivating new single ‘self-test’. Taking the diverse and abstract sound of his electronic background and marrying it with a dense and atmospheric production leaves this track with a smooth yet otherworldly energy from start to finish.
Trafton – ‘Black Water’
As an artist that always looks to experiment and find new avenues of creativity, producer and artist Trafton is back at it once again on his latest offering ‘Black Water’. Co-produced alongside Luke Davis, the pair knock up a wonderfully warm and uplifting electronic composition that blends ethereal energy and alt-pop sensibilities in equal measure.