Another week in lockdown, another fresh playlist update to get you through. Check the new additions and don’t forget to follow the playlist on Spotify! Featuring: guccihighwaters, Jesse James Solomon, Bones, Kevin Kazi and more of the best underground talent. Cover: Bones #EARSTOTHEUNDERGROUND
guccihighwaters – “needle & thread”
Having recently singed to Epitaph Records, emo rap powerhouse guccihighwaters keeps coming with the tear-inducing hits.
neocia – “Day Two” ft. John Dole
This breezy, ambient cut from North East of England based producer neocia and alternative hip-hop aficionado John Dole is 3 minutes of sheer sonic bliss.
Jasiah – “Jump”
Feeling the rage build stuck inside all day? Stick Jasiah on, you’ll be feeling better smashing up your room and moshing your mum in no time.
Jesse James Solomon – “Take A Look Around”
Released last year but just now dropped on streaming services, London’s Jesse James Solomon is a dazed delight for anyone looking to kick back, relax and fall into a world of smoky introspection.
Bones & Drew The Architect – “LeftInTheRain”
King of the underground Bones is back with a new collab project that sees him explore some dark synth-wave that’ll have you feeling stuck in an 80’s TV horror movie.
Kevin Kazi – “Uki”
Kevin Kazi comes with the polished auto-crooning vibes on this one – emo rap meets glossy bubblegum trap.
Wotts – “It Won’t Always Be Summer”
Canadian alternative hip-hop duo Wotts’ latest single sees them up the experimental, mashing Tame Impala vibes with mumble rap to create a shimmering yet unlikey bop that you can’t help but stick on repeat.
Retropxssy – “Forgetting How To Swim”
Making waves in the London underground scene, Retropxssy’s unique hazy spoken word style is another track made for kicking back in the sun and introspectively day dreaming the day away.