One month to go – 20 new acts
Our biggest artist launch yet this year, spanning both the globe and the genre spectrum!
Auclair: A British-Rwandan artist exploring rhythm, voice and electronica.
BSÍ: Icelandic “riot grrrl lofi-cute-punk”.
Dillistone: Warm synths blended with dance beats and yearning vocals.
Divide & Dissolve: Doom metal from Melbourne, produced by Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
Eradikated: Swedish hook-driven thrashers.
Evig Ferie: Is it rock, indie or jangle pop? All we know is that it’s delicious!
Fixation: A band blending metalcore, stadium rock and electronic elements.
George Riley: Futuristic UK soul and a critics’ darling
HAWA: A 4AD signing traversing effortlessly between rap, R&B, afrobeat and beyond.
Ivan$ito: One of the most hyped new names in Denmark the past year.
Ladies Music Pub DJs: The collective’s founders come together to set fire to the dance floor!
Léa Sen: A singer, songwriter and producer – and one of the UK underground’s most in-demand new acts.
Nexcyia: Harsh sound design and swooping soundscapes.
Ney Liqa: Punk- and R&B-influenced alternative pop.
Rick Grove: A Norwegian-American guitar slinger, perfect for fans of Bruce Springsteen and Connan Mockasin.
Saint Agnes: A ferocious live act – “chilling and superior”, as Nick Cave put it.
Slopes: A Norwegian songwriter, now gone solo and streaming in the millions.
Svaneborg Kardyb: A rising star in Danish jazz, where catchy tunes meet Nordic vibes.
William Gamborg: A mixture of R&B, melodic rap and pop, with features from Makosir, Hkeem and Boua
Wu-Lu: This is punk and hip hop perfectly woven together – a brazen mix of lo-fi, psychedelic guitar and off-kilter hip-hop