New music from a jazz supergroup, 19-year-old Mahalia, Mount Kimbie, Mr Jukes and more

Mahalia: Sober Produced by Maths Time Joy, “Sober” is Leicester-born, Birmingham-based singer/songwriter Mahalia’s most recent release and it’s beautifully sleek and fluid. A little more R&B and boom-bap than her previous releases, it’s a smooth and sultry track—despite it being about a relationship gone wrong. Just 19 years old, Mahalia has already released an impressive body of work, and will be embarking on a UK/Euro …

UPSAHL: Can You Hear Me Now

Phoenix-based Taylor Upsahl—aka UPSAHL—crafts indie-pop-meets-folk (along with her band members) that’s sweet without the syrup. The teenage singer/songwriter’s most recent single, “Can You Hear Me Now” is about getting out of a failing relationship and transcends her age (at 18 years old, she has already released her third record). With finger-clicking, effortless vocals and a breezy sound this super-catchy track will be at home on …

Pale Waves: There’s a Honey

Manchester-based indie-pop outfit Pale Waves just released their debut single “There’s A Honey” and it’s an uncommonly catchy tune. With musical layers referencing The Cure and label-mates The 1975 (two of whom produced this track), and surprisingly intimate lyrics, the song delivers thoughtful, dance-worthy buoyancy. There’s a Honey, the album, will be released 21 April on Dirty Hit.