International Women's Day Round Up
Happy International Women's Day! Roo has done a quick round up of the women and non binary artists she's been digging lately. So in no particular order...
Allysha Joy - Let It [First World Records]
The first single from her upcoming Torn: Tonic album, 'Let It' is a divine, shimmery creation showcasing Allysha's buttery vocals over soft healing jazz.
Circle;Line - Squidgenini [Beats of No Nation]
An extremely diverse EP blurring the lines between genres all across the spectrum. Circle;Line is my particular favourite, guided by broken patterns and sublime vocals.
Ash Lauryn - Life Is Back [FWM]
What house music should be all about, oozing in that raw, roots of house feeling. Sooo much soul. 'Dancing in the D' is also an amazing Detroit filled number. Highly recommend the whole EP.
Amy Dabbs - Places [ROOS]
Another absolute gem from Amy Dabbs, very uplifting and interspersed with plenty of those gorgeous deep chords.
Manami - Sunbeams [Familiar Strangers]
Taken from the the Stranger Together EP, aimed at raising funds for the International Rescue Committee (IRC), 'Sunbeams' is really something to get excited about. Combining a progressive trance line with those sparkly beeps and boops, you can almost feel the sun shining down onto you.
L Schema - Serious A [Ilio Records]
Serious A providing electro, house vibes with beautiful, clashing minor chords.
Eliza Rose & M4A4 - Night Lyf [Lobster Theremin]
A pre-order from Hackney based artist Eliza Rose & M4A4. More incredible UK garage with Eliza's jazz inspired vocals floating over the top.
Kitsta - Sixth Base [Fly By Night]
Released last week with profits going to Sister Support, Beatriarchy co-founder Kitsta's 'Sixth Base' utilises clean breaks, acid lines and vocal snippets to get your booty shakin.
Mystique - See You In 2022 [Erbium Records]
Manchester based Mystique providing emotive and floaty electro, I'm getting the feeling we will definitely be seeing lots of her in 2022.