[Weekly Playlist] Keep Shelly In Athens

Greek artist Keep Shelly In Athens has been a force to be reckoned with since the 2011 release of their debut EP "Campus Martius." After a fruitful decade-long career, which include releases on Forest Family Records, Cascine and Friends of Friends, they launch a new era for the project. With primary member/producer RPR at the forefront, the approach is more fluid. Here RPR's production stands…

[Weekly Playlist] Avenue Beat

Avenue Beat's got something to say so sit down. The pop three-piece comprised of Sami Bearden, Savana Santos and Sam Backoff recently shared their feminist anthem "WOMAN," a sultry track seeped in body positivity and freedom. The release follows their astronomical hit from last year titled "F2020," which topped The New York Times' Best Songs of the Year list. In short, Avenue Beat is unstoppable…

[Weekly Playlist] Ramengvrl

Ramengvrl, one of South East Asia’s most dominant hip-hop figures, releases her debut album Can't Speak English late last year. The 10-track record is an amalgamation of her influences including J-Pop, emo, and pop. Contrary to the album’s title, Ramengvrl can clearly speak English, but behind the tongue-in-cheek title are themes and messages that come from a place of intimacy and honesty.…

Navy shares latest single Pity and curates special FAULTless playlist

Today we’re very excited to reveal our new playlist curated by the singer-songwriter on everybody’s watchlist right now - Navy. Originally hailing from Dominica, Navy’s unique captivating singing tone and hypnotic melodies have been a welcomed bit of calm in an otherwise stressful year.  Check out Navy’s most recent single Pity below and and enjoy the rest of this very FAULTless playlist!……

[Weekly Playlist] KUU

Meet KUU. Comprised of LA-based singer/songwriter Shungudzo and Grammy-winning producers Riton and Alex Metric, KUU is a supergroup in the style of Major Lazer. This makes all the more sense since they're signed to Diplo's Warner Records / Higher Ground label. Earlier this year, KUU shared their debut single "How Could I Ever," a slow-burning slice of electronic euphoria. To date, the track…

[Weekly Playlist] Your Grandparents

Rising R&B/Hip Hop trio Your Grandparents are the coolest young old people you know, and soon you'll be telling all your friends to listen to 'your grandparents.' Composed of vocalists DaCosta, Jean Carter, and producer ghettoblasterman, Your Grandparents recently released a new single "Tomorrow." The upbeat, smooth funk track was co-produced by ghettoblasterman, Chris Nelson, and GRAMMY…

[Weekly Playlist] Petit Biscuit

Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Petit Biscuit recently share "Drivin' Thru The Night," his second single of the year and an after dusk disco house adventure. The track follows "I Leave Again," a collaboration with his longtime friend and esteemed talent Shallou. https://open.spotify.com/track/0h4yWQq8wkQq0rhhA1Ik4F?si=yw4_Rjw6QFCx69dphbMnnA Since the 2014 release of his…

Weekly Playlist: Josefine

Power-pop has a new ambassador and her name is Josefine. The Swedish-born, Los Angeles-based artist has a music pedigree from Rytmus Music High School, whose alumni include Robyn, Tove Lo, and Icona Pop. Josefine's latest single "Let It Go" is a testament to her pop sensibilities and is an irresistible banger. Produced by Martin René (Meghan Trainor, H.E.R, Snoop Dogg, and Madcon), "Let It Go" is…