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Akemi Fox: See You Soon

Manchester-based singer-songwriter Akemi Fox embraces a sweet, summery vibe with her new song “See You Soon.” The optimistic, breezy tune—with acoustic guitar, soft percussion and horns—is carried by Fox’s exquisitely airy vocals. …

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Malik Moses: Marvin

Smooth, funky and seductive, Malik Moses’ latest track “Marvin” conveys the frustrations of confusing love interests. From the first infectious beat, the single captivates, gliding forward on the Baltimore native’s slinky and …

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Amelia Moore: moves

Atlanta-born, LA-based singer-songwriter Amelia Moore’s latest single, “moves,” is a playful love song about a fledgling romance—wherein the object of her affection is hung up on their ex. The upbeat, languid track …

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Vicky Farewell: Are We OK?

To announce her debut album, Sweet Company (slated for 8 April), singer-songwriter, producer, arranger and engineer Vicky Farewell releases “Are We OK?” The song, combines R&B with pop,  jazz, soul and even …

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KAYA feat. Kuya: Harana x Half Free

Romantic and dreamy, “Harana x Half Free” by Brooklyn-based rapper and poet KAYA comprises two parts. The first half, “Harana,” is an R&B-laced take on the Filipino rural serenade tradition where young …

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MEYY feat. Jelani Blackman: Rain

Belgian-born, London-based R&B artist MEYY teams up with British rapper, singer and songwriter Jelani Blackman on the mesmerizing “Rain.” The track languidly flows across four minutes, with smooth verses from Blackman and …

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Lance Skiiiwalker feat. SiR: Peso

Chicago-based singer, rapper and producer Lance Skiiiwalker (aka Lance Howard) teams up with singer-songwriter and fellow producer SiR (aka Sir Darryl Farris) for “Peso,” a languid, dreamy R&B tune that samples Tupac’s …

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Fatigue Vinyl


Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist L’Rain’s experimental album Fatigue sonically and conceptually ponders the meaning of change—and is out now on vinyl via Mexican Summer. L’Rain (aka Taja Creek) draws from an array of styles—including …