As a nice Friday afternoon treat for you all, I'm very happy to bring you the latest track from Ayah Marar as a UK exclusive for The House of Coxhead. The track entitled 'Keep Me Up' sees Marar further cement her reputation as the first lady of UK Drum & Bass by collaborating with DnB mastermind Metrik and is set to feature as the lead single on Marar's forthcoming EP ‘Bass Soldiers'. You can check out the track in full, plus an accompanying tour diary video, via the player below now.
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Take Clean Bandit's trademark formula of classically infused pop, add the Weeknd's irresitible vocals and this is what you end up with. On repeat.
Jakwob manages to highlight the brilliance of Laura Welsh's powerful vocal, while still preserving the track's haunting piano melody, with this dramatic remix of the British singer-songwriter's new single 'Betrayal'. Wicked partnership.
Pharrell & JT is always a dream collaboration, but this one from P's new album is up there with the best - 'GIRL' is a big bundle of joy and happiness, and I love it. Out next week.
Premiered by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 last night, here is the new single from exciting singer/songwriter Indiana. Monster track, which will most definitely have some ridiculous remixes to accompany the original.
Classy visuals for the latest single from the incredible Elli Ingram, who just keeps going from strength to strength. The video is directed by the one and only Emil Nava, with production being handled by Felix Joseph & Aston Rudi. My one to watch for the next 11 months...
Premiered last night on Radio 1, Mancuinan singer-songwriter Bipolar Sunshine unveils a brand new track in the form of 'Where Did The Love Go', which is taken from his forthcoming debut album, expected later this year.
Ellie Goulding teams up with US rapper Angel Haze to provide an all-female interpretation of James Blake's collaborative track with Chance The Rapper, 'Life Round Here', released earlier this year. This might just be the best thing Miss Goudling has done or is likely to do in a long while to come, good to see her back to her best.