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The Kiss That Took A Trip - ‘Skull & Crossbones’

Having recently released his much-loved new album ‘Victims Of Avantgarde’ earlier this month, Madrid-based artist The Kiss That Took A Trip continues the support for his LP with the riveting single ‘Skull & Crossbones’. Honing more of that illustrious aesthetic he is known for, this new one will wash over you and leave you feeling renewed throughout.

Bobby Basil - ‘I’ll Die First’

After what has already been an extremely prolific time in his tenure of late, Dublin-based rapper Bobby Basil continues his innovative streak with the dazzling new single ‘I’ll Die First’. Brimming with this rich and enigmatic appeal that suits his distinctive flow down to the ground, he is definitely a name worth keeping a close eye on for the future as well.

ODO - ‘Oh My Mind’

Having already cemented themselves as one of the more exciting names on the rise right now, Belgian outfit ODO look to cement their dynamic legacy of late with their riveting debut EP ‘The less we are, the more i am’ with the swaggering new single ‘Oh My Mind’. Honing more of that upbeat indie-rock sound they are known for, this new one will be stuck in your head long after you first hear it.

The Brothers Union - ‘Cards On The Table’

With their hotly-tipped new EP ‘And Always Be’ currently doing the rounds, US outfit The Brothers Union highlight one of the more anthemic additions from their latest collection, the euphoric ‘Cards On The Table’. Channelling more of that dynamic indie-rock sound they have been building for themselves, they are certainly looking to turn some heads with this one.

ena b. - ‘Change’

With her eagerly-awaited debut album ‘Ketamine Vacation’ finally out in the world, Lisbon’s ena b. returns with one of the record’s standout offerings, ‘Change’. With its warm and inviting atmosphere perfectly set to her euphoric vocals throughout, she continues to shine as one of the more innovative names on the scene today.


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