Weekly Playlist: Naomi Banks

Get lost in the soulful catharsis of Naomi Banks' music. Her standout 5 track debut EP "Deja Vu" has got us feeling some feelings. Written between her house boat and in Essex, "Deja Vu" uses Naomi Banks' electric style of soul to tell stories from a few difficult years in her life. “The EP is a collection of songs I have written over the past few years. Each track has been inspired by someone…

Weekly Playlist: Le Boom

Dublin duo Le Boom makes quirky, understated electro-pop that's just plain fun. Comprised of Christy Leech and Aimie Mallon, Le Boom is set to release their eclectic debut EP "All Of My Highs" next month. Their third EP single "Just Want To" is a great introduction to the pair for first listeners. Stripped of any excess and frolics, the song features melancholic vocals against stabs of thudding…

Weekly Playlist: BVRGER

Italian-British singer/producer BVRGER has recently released his aptly titled debut EP "BRAINFOOD" and it is 5 tracks of a tasty blend of future R&B, hip-hop, and UK house. "BRAINFOOD" is a body of art inspired by BVRGER’s dreams and could-have-beens. As a songwriter he makes the unorthodox accessible, and his lyrics are thought provoking with double entendres, philosophical takes on human…

Weekly Playlist: CXLOE

Rising singer/songwriter CXLOE is bringing her polished pop sound from the northern beaches of Sydney to the world. The close of 2018 saw CXLOE performing her music on some of Australia's biggest stages when she opened for Broods and Marooon 5. In 2019, CXLOE continues to release new music bit by bit, each subsequent single a testament to her penchant for writing hook after memorable pop hook.…

Weekly Playlist: Morabeza Tobacco

Welcome to the eerie, warped pop sounds of Morabeza Tobacco, we're happy you could be here. The Swedish duo is not only talented musicians but pop culture fanatics, as evidenced by their 80s cartoon-styled single "Defenders Of The Glam." The pair's latest offering "Ally McBeal" borrows its name from the hit '90s drama and comes with a vintage-tinged music video that reminds me of the title cards…

Weekly Playlist: James Gillespie

English born, Scottish-raised singer/songwriter James Gillespie today releases his first body of work in his "Lost" EP. Following on from his notable debut release “What You Do” (racing to over 20M streams) James evoked the kinds of natural technical ability and vocal prowess that earned artists like James Blake and Hozier instant kudos, his own comet-like entrance into the scene has seen him…

Weekly Playlist: Szjerdene

Szjerdene's brand of celestial R&B has our full attention and we have her new single "Restart" on repeat here at FAULT. The song comes from the East London born singer's upcoming third EP, "Trace" and is an intimate number encased in an opulent veneer of electronica. Szjerdene now resides along the scenic canals of Amsterdam. This idyllic setting inspired her "Trace" EP, which she…

Weekly Playlist: NANCY

Nancy for Nancy! The mysterious project of Brighton based outfit crawled into our consciousness last fall with their swirling psychedelic rendition of Nancy Sinatra's hit "Boots (Are Made For Walkin') and they've recently released their debut EP "Mysterious Visions." We jumped at the chance to have Nancy put together a playlist for us so without further ado, check out Nancy's "Dirty Jukebox"…