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Beano - ‘Ellenfield Park Flow’

After recently delivering his eagerly-awaited debut album ‘Unsolicited Beef’ earlier this month, Dublin rapper Beano highlights one of the record’s more immersive outings, the progressive ‘Ellenfield Park Flow’. With its smooth and breezy textures heightening his immersive flow throughout, he continues to shine as a true innovator on the rise with this one.

The Rooks - ‘Lay Me Down’

With a sound that looks to hark back to the classic indie-rock direction of the early 2000s, Glasgow-based outfit The Rooks are back to their vibrant best once again on the euphoric ‘Lay Me Down’. Bringing back more of that guitar-driven swaggering they are known for, they return to the fold with one of their more euphoric efforts to date here.

26 Hold’n - ‘Last Name’

Having already impressed with a string of impactful offerings these last few years, US artist 26 Hold’n continues his dynamic ascent with the sweeping new single ‘Last Name’. With his rich and soul-infused vocals spread across a warming production throughout, he continues to shine with such immersive style here.

Ross Learmouth - ‘Because Of You’

After the wondrous reception he received for his stunning debut album ‘Carousel’ last year, South Africa’s Ross Learmouth continues his vibrant ascent on the humbled new outing ‘Because Of You’. Opting for a tender and emotionally-charged acoustic direction this time around, he serenades us with one of his more immersive releases yet.

Grizzly Feeder - ‘God Size’

Having already showcased some brilliantly adventurous and inventive gems in recent years, fast-rising outfit Grizzly Feeder continue their explorative ways on the enigmatic new single ‘God Size’. Capturing some brilliantly rich and riveting tones, they return with one of their more captivating releases to date here.


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