Noisey Hitlist

Noisey Hitlist

Drill Artist Loski Is Dripping with Flair

He blew 20 grand in one month and is feeling “Boasy” about it. We're premiering his latest single today.
Ryan Bassil
1.11.19
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SOAK Is Back with Indie-Pop Love Letters to Small-Town Culture

The Mercury-nominated songwriter captures the sound of the local bar on Cure-esque track "Knock Me Off My Feet," which we're premiering below.
Emma Garland
1.10.19
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Jockstrap Make Classical Music Sound Trippy as Hell

And we’re premiering their very glittery video for the haunting, intimate track “Charlotte.”
Ryan Bassil
12.11.18
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Babeheaven Pair Dark, Intimate Songs with Warm IRL Personalities

We're premiering "November," the next dreamy and atmospheric track from the London duo's debut EP.
Ryan Bassil
11.27.18
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Fauness' Grunge-Pop Is an Antidote to Existential Dread

The London-based artist’s second track “Sixteen” is about being happy she’s not still 16, and literally same.
Daisy Jones
11.26.18
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VanJess Go Deeper than Nostalgia with Their 90s-Style R&B

We spoke to the sibling duo about vulnerability and inspiring girls from the West African diaspora, as visible, black R&B artists.
Bolu Babalola
11.19.18
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Malika's R&B Burrows into Love's Awkward, Painful Grey Areas

You know that thing where you're dating someone, and one day you look at them and are like '…idk about this??' The Londoner's set that to song.
Tshepo Mokoena
11.15.18
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Yellow Days Has the Weight of a Sad Generation on His Shoulders

His new tune, "What’s It All For," is a funky, slightly blue number about those stresses and strains, which he spoke about in our interview.
Douglas Greenwood
11.9.18
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Kira Make Bright, Sticky Pop Music About Emotional Vulnerability

The London duo's new song “That Would Be a Lie” sounds kind of like an 80s electro pop Fleetwood Mac.
Daisy Jones
11.8.18
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Georgia Is Back with a Euphoric, Late-Night Dance Sound

The drummer-singer-producer's “Started Out” sits somewhere between 80s Chicago house and what you might stick on an Uber AUX at 4AM.
Daisy Jones
11.1.18
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Denzel Himself Found Purpose in Rap that Feeds on Other Genres

Scuzzy punk, electronic music—the UK rapper fiercely amalgamates sound. We're premiering his incredible "Be There" visuals now.
Ryan Bassil
10.24.18
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Miink's Genre-Spanning Music Shimmers Soulfully

The soulful London-based musician creates as people should: thinking that what he makes will last forever.
Ryan Bassil
10.22.18
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