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

Sam Calver – ‘River’

Having built up a bold and impressive reputation for warm and emotional songwriting these last few months, Hastings-born singer and songwriter Sam Calver now caps off the release of his new EP ‘HOME’ with his stunning new single ‘River’. Capturing a bright and progressive atmosphere, his newest offerings uses euphoric production to transport us to a smooth and lofty destination with his sensual and soaring vocals.

Denzel Wilson – ‘Fiesta’

With an upbringing that saw him influenced by the sounds of reggae and gospel throughout his childhood, New Jersey-based artist Denzel Wilson found his footing in the RnB scene as he now returns with his sultry new cut ‘Fiesta’. With its bold and vibrant production, this new release blends Denzel’s effortless vocal performance with fresh and powerful beats to create an impactful new delight.

Nadia Vaeh – ‘Monroe’

Following on from the release of her previous singles ‘Boomerang’ and ‘Holidazed & Confused’, which have so far garnered more than 250,000 Spotify streams to date, Atlanta-born but LA-based singer Nadia Vaeh now returns with a bright and powerful pop anthem in the form of ‘Monroe’. Accompanied by a captivating new video, in which she asked more than 50 women to contribute to, ‘Monroe’ is a the glossy and euphoric release that will bring even the most sorrow souls out of the lockdown blues.

Apollo Bebop – ‘Dangerous (WATCH OUT!)

Having spent the last few months delivering a wave of bouncing hip-hop jams, US collective Apollo Bebop have now finally released their long-awaited new album ‘WANTED!’. Opening up with the bold and broad jazz-inspired stomper ‘Dangerous (WATCH OUT!)’, the group channel the smooth and retro aesthetic of acts like A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul to create this rich and textured new belter.

Blooms – ‘Bare Bones’

Returning after a three-year break from music, in which she looked to reflect on who she wanted to be in the industry, Blooms is now back to share her long-awaited new release ‘Bare Bones’. Taking her cues from the likes of Banks and Bat For Lashes, this pulsing electronic cut sees her deliver a euphoric and atmospheric new offering, swelling with warm and heartfelt emotion.