Pittsburgh trio Badboxes knock out infectious, multi-layered synth-pop with a strong side of sass (and sax). It’s irresistibly good.
ASTR is a duo based out of New York who share passion for yoga, synths, and reworking your perception of pop and electronica by incorporating hip-hop undertones and, frankly, a supa’ hot female lead.
Lorde is a 16 year-old New Zealander that’s already had a bit of her success thanks to her stellar pop tunes and clear sense of direction.
Despite only having released two songs to date, HAERTS has proven to be one of the undoubtable talents to watch.
Bayou joins the likes of Amateur Best and Jai Paul at the front of a new wave of London-based crooners, and looks set to go straight to the top of the pile.
Austin Paul has reinvented himself with a space in his name and a more soulful sound. He’s on Pharrell’s radar; make sure he’s on yours too.
Clean Bandit take chamber music and electronica, and achieve the seemingly impossible task of successfully fusing the two. It works almost infinitely better than it should.
There’s only two tracks available from Kate Boy at the moment, but given how good they are, we’ll just have to play them on repeat as we wait for more.
Xander the Great make lo-fi R&B in the style of The Weeknd or Drake, but with a bombastic flair.
After looking back at all that 2012 left behind, we look to the greatness that 2013 will hopefully bring.
Only now bringing in massive attention after almost four years making his own music, Mikky Ekko is ready to shine.
We’ve already featured CHVRCHES – formerly Churches – a couple of times, but if you’ve not had a chance to check out this stellar Glasgow threesome yet then here’s your opportunity.
Deptford Goth might be compared to James Blake, but his music packs a heavier sonic punch and he’s not afraid to show his more pop-minded influence.
Although fall is approaching, Wild Belle’s indie-pop-meets-reggae blend will bring you back to those blue skies and warm days at the beach.
KOPPS make unabashedly sexy music about sex, and are releasing an EP via the medium of condom. Do you really need more persuading?