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SAULT // Fight for Love
Faceless, relentlessly hard-working and without peer; SAULT have dropped five new LP’s this month, each of which are near-flawless. If you are yet to be acquainted, wrap your ears around the 56 tracks across (Untitled) God, 11, Aiir, Earth and Today & Tomorrow… you can thank us later.
Brockhampton // The Ending
Another Kevin Abstract solo effort following recent single ‘Big Pussy’, ‘The Ending’ sees Brockhampton – who initially met on a Kanye West fan forum – possessing more Ye-isms than ever; with a soulful sample that early 00s West would be proud to dig from a crate.
Låpsley // Hotel Corridors
Right up there with the best that Låpsley has ever sounded. Faint whispers of melodic trance riffery shadow Holly Fletchers’s vocal in this offering from upcoming third album Cautionary Tales of Youth: released January 20th.
Kae Tempest // Move Rework (with Kojey Radical)
A reworking of the track from Kae’s recent album The Line Is A Curve, Kae and Kojey stole the show at this years inaugural FORWARDS festival in Bristol – here’s to hoping that a joint tour is on the cards.
JW Francis // Dream House
Indie’s most lovable man is returning to UK shores in support of new album, Dream House. Swing by JW’s website to find out where you can catch his sweet, lo-fi goodness in the flesh.
Human Interest // Mixing Paint
London duo Human Interest are celebrating their Nice Swan record deal with this smoky number. Come for the sultry smoulder; stay for the electrifying finale.
Spang Sisters // 6 Feet
Rachid and Jules have a knack turning their attention to any subject matter – from the comedic to the tragic – and pulling the listener unreservedly into their world. If your’e in the Belgium area this weekend, catch the duo performing with Black Country, New Road.