Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
DiLisio – ‘Has Anyone Seen Yori Dean?’
After seeing their first two records ‘She Will Like The Science’ and ‘Nine To Three’ capture broad and diverse acclaim upon their releases, Pittsburgh-based duo DiLisio are back once again to deliver their newest delight ‘Has Anyone Seen Yori Dean?’. Channelling the same rich and tantalising aesthetic as acts like The Black Keys, their latest effort is a warm and pulsing return to form for the pair.
Jupiter Grey – ‘Is It Ever The Same’
After spending the last few months delivering a smooth and enticing array of lo-fi offerings, fast-rising UK artist Jupiter Grey is back on it once again with his latest swoon ‘Is It Ever The Same’. Lifted from his forthcoming debut album ‘FIRES ON THE MOON’, this light and airy delight is just what we all need to kick back to right now.
Louis Vann Johnson – ‘Backfired’
Having already found support from the likes of BBC London in recent years, earning him a spot at Glastonbury Festival, South London-based singer and songwriter Louis Vann Johnson delivers his supple new delight ‘Backfired’. Channelling more of that smooth and intoxicating pop-rock aesthetic he is known for, this new gem is a bright and uplifting addition to his growing catalogue.
Sean Hobbes – ‘I’m Not Sorry’
Following up the warm reception to his latest EP ‘The Cyclic Nature Of Love’, New Orleans-based artist Sean Hobbes is back to his vibrant ways once again on the bouncing ‘I’m Not Sorry’. Bringing back more of that rich and upbeat fanfare he is known for, this one will slap a smile on your face so hard, you’ll be beaming for weeks afterwards.
Third Girl From The Left – ‘The Mountain And The Wave’
With a sound that has left many comparing her to the likes of Kate Bush, Lorde, and Portishead in recent months, Third Girl From The Left now continues that driven aesthetic with the brooding new release ‘The Mountain And The Wave’. Filled with dark and pulsing basslines, alongside her own otherworldly vocals, her newest effort showcases some of her very best work to date.