19 October 2016


BINGE #16 is here (and about freakin' time). This one is absolutely stacked, so there are plenty of goods for your grazing pleasure.

So if you have a heap of assignments to do/got to stay awake in a boring office/tired of the same old worn-out playlists/need tunes for your next kickback; or if you are like us and just want to binge out on some good new music than this extra fat BINGE is for you. And as always, here is a list of some of the standouts to keep an ear out for:

--> Tom Misch's 'Watch me Dance' is effortlessly soulful. It is also worth checking out his acoustic version.

--> London up-and-comers SWIMS had this to say about their latest track 'Lovers Like You':
"The song at first sounds like it’s about sex and worshipping someone, but has a flip side where the same lyrics are transformed into fights, control and breaking up"

--> Even though The Internet is one of the best bands kicking it these days, Syd has begun stepping into the solo light. Check out her track 'Amazing' produced by Dornik.

--> Poet turned singer-songwriter Yaya Bey is certainly one to watch. Make sure you listen to 'Celie Jr.' it was the first single released off of her new book/EP The Many Alter-egos of Trill'etta Brown. Her sound is ridiculously refreshing.

--> We raved over his single '312' and now we are raving over his single 'Still Good'. Calez's latest track, produced by Rollie, features Alex Wiley, Donnie Trumpet and Mick Jenkins, so you know its gonna be good.

--> We have always fangirl-ed over Dugong Jr's remix, so the fact that he reworked Chance the Rapper's 'Somewhere in Paradise' makes our ears very happy indeed.

--> When British and Oakland queens meet, they make magic. Kehlani and Little Simz's track 'Table' is gold.

--> Milwaukee hip hop king IshDARR has produced the goods with long time favourite Soulection DJ/producer Esta on track 'Mucho Mango'.

Chow down,
Love HD