Best New Artists

NEW ARTIST FIND: ALL WE ARE
There’s been plenty of EDM and electropop acts satisfying our dance music cravings this year, but no one has been as awesomely 70’s and disco-inspired as Liverpool’s very original new artst, All We Are.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: SYLAS
South London duo, Sylas, are creating some buzz with their very first EP, Shore. If you like dark and brooding experimental pop but want something fresh and new, then Sylas is the new band you’ve been waiting for.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: SAM SURE
London-based singer-songwriter Sam Sure is here to make you swoon with his intoxicating falsetto vocals and stand out lyrics, as well as some seriously awesome electronic elements.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: CHARLOTTE OC
If you’re into moody electro-pop and artists such as Lorde but want something new, Meet English singer/songwriter Charlotte OC. Her latest EP, Strange, is creating some well-deserved buzz.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: FRENSHIP
Based purely on sonic vibes, I want to chill with new artist Frenship. Even if their spelling sucks. These guys are really good and far more than just a one-trick pony.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: MATING RITUAL
Ryan Marshall Lawhon is back with his new project, Mating Ritual. If you’re into catchy, mellow indie-pop like The Postal Service or his previous band, Pacific Air, then you are sure to be into this fresh new band!
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: TKAY MAIDZA
18 year old Tkay Maidza is just what the post-Iggy Azalea hip-hop world needs right now. The Zimbabwe-born but Australian-raised rapper/singer is creating some serious buzz with her debut EP, Switch Tape.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: ANNALIESE
In a career that seems to have had several false starts and pauses, Los Angeles based new artist, Annaliese, seems like she's on the cusp of a major breakthrough.
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: DUOLOGUE
Electronic-indie rock project, Duologue, have been making beautifully produced, melancholy electronic music for a few years now but are finally gaining some well-deserved buzz with their second full-length album.
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