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FRIDAY DINGERS - 04.11.22



Chen Ron – ‘Stay’


Having already cemented himself with a breadth of bright and compelling efforts these last few months, Israeli artist Chen Ron continues his upward ascent on the sweeping new gem ‘Stay’. Recruiting vocalists MAYU and Roy Matz along for the ride, the trio knock out this fresh and uplifting slice of neo-soul joy that really gets under your skin.



The Desert Island Big Band – ‘Monuments’


Having already leant his name to hundreds of releases over his decade-long career to date, Canadian artist and producer Stefan Jurewicz looks to heighten his Desert Island Big Band project with the groove-filled new release ‘Monuments’. Filled with warm and dreamy textures, layered with his own soaring vocals, this new jam makes for a wonderfully shimmering listen throughout.



IKONIK – ‘Out Of Line’


Fresh off the back of their highly-impactful offering ‘Believe’ in recent months, New York-based alt-rockers IKONIK return to their thundering best on the killer new single ‘Out Of Line’. Bringing back more of that bold and blistering energy they are known for, this new jam sees them kick out the jams like never before.



Caleb Peters – ‘ROUNDABOUT’


After cementing his distinctive sound with a flurry of fresh and dynamic releases in recent years, 19-year-old producer Caleb Peters returns to his enigmatic ways on the pulsing new single ‘ROUNDABOUT’. Channelling more of that rich and glitch-filled electronic direction he has built for himself, his latest effort is another bold and adventurous step forward for the artist at the helm.



December Rose – ‘Best Is Yet To Come’


Having already established herself as a bright and shimmering name on the new music scene of late, emerging artist December Rose is back to her captivating ways on the soaring new single ‘Best Is Yet To Come’. With her bright and uplifting voice riding a bed of warm and enticing pop production throughout, she is certainly a name worth keeping a firm eye on for the future.