[Weekly Playlist] Amilli

German newcomer Amilli recently shared her entrancing single “Alone In The Rain” with an accompanying music video. The single is her first new music of 2020 and the impressive follow up to the international debut hit “Rarri”. Breezy and feel-good, “Alone In the Rain” is undoubtedly a refreshing and positive record that reflects both Amilli's youthful playfulness and her expressive artistic…

[Weekly Playlist] Taura

London-based singer-producer Taura continues to tease her upcoming EP "Lucky Girls" with the recent release of the music video for the record's title track. The clip was directed by Oscar winning filmmaker Moon and is a transportive visual fantasy that sails through scenes denoting the seven deadly sins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqs1UAm2OlU "We started the creation process playing…

[Weekly Playlist] Ed Prosek

Today we've invited singer/songwriter Ed Prosek back to curate an exclusive playlist for FAULT. The Berlin-via-California artist has a knack for creating songs that come straight for the feels. Prosek's latest single "Mercy" is an apt testament to his ability to craft songs touched with whispers of romanticism and that dance beautifully between acoustic and electronic elements. It then comes as…

[Weekly Playlist] 24KGOLDN

West Coast rapper 24KGOLDN first came on our radar when we heard his 2019 single "Workin'" on New Music Friday. We were instantly taken by the hard-hitting rap track about grinding it out. Also can't go wrong with a little New Orleans Bounce influence. To date, 24KGOLDN has accumulated over 200 million streams and shows no signs of stopping . Now, “City of Angels” – cut from his acclaimed…

[Weekly Playlist] altopalo

New York four-piece altopalo has made a name for themselves conjuring an experimental mix of ambient, electronic, and guitar music. Beneath their alien musical transmissions, altopalo grapple with modern themes of anxiety, embracing fear and the rejection of self-care as a lifestyle brand. The decontextualization of instruments in their compositions allows listeners to dive into every layer of…

[Weekly Playlist] Hannah Lucia

We were first won over by UK electro-R&B artist Hannah Lucia when we heard her 2015 single "Don't Hold Out." Full-bodied synths and Hannah's earnest vocals grabbed us from the get. Hannah kicks off 2020 with a new single "Sorry for the Mistakes," which sees the singer delivering her trademark raw, sensual vocals. Lamenting her own flaws within relationships, it’s a bold, vulnerable return…

[Weekly Playlist] Kyra

West London R&B artist Kyra is ready to stampede into your heart. The charismatic singer's vocal acrobatics are unparalleled in her latest emotionally charged single "Stampede." Explosive instrumentals built on jazz inspired percussion and unruly synths serve as the perfect backdrop for this rising star. https://open.spotify.com/track/0hLSZdqj8RrIEPhBmB0dUG?si=CO8Q9R_JRVyg-LVbGKXdjA…

[Weekly Playlist] Janet May

Activism has always been the cornerstone of singer-songwriter Janet May's music, in part emulating artists she grew up listening to who carried powerful political or social messages in their songs. May started her career singing backup for Bombay Bicycle Club and now through her solo material strives to shine a light on issues she's personally passionate about. Her latest single "New York, I Am…