New stuff you need in your life from AJ Tracey, The Amazons, The Japanese House and more
We’ve released our brand new line up and our new stuff you need in your life articles are back with a bang. Don’t even try and act like you didn’t miss them, it’s the highlight of our week writing them and you’ve got ‘em bookmarked.
Catch up on everything to do with your R&L line up to get you pumped for the week – there were GRAMMY performances, new videos and more. Let’s get into it then, shall we?
AJ Tracey drops his huge debut album
It’s been a long time in the making, but AJ finally treated us to his debut album on Friday and it was worth the wait. The Ladbroke Grove rapper brings some bouncy, sharp flow on this 15-track release.
Octavian teams up with Diplo on New Shapes
2019 is Octavian’s year, having already picked up the gong for BBC’s Sound of – he’s just dropped a track with superstar DJ, Diplo. This down-tempo R&B grooved track will have you feeling chilled for the week ahead. We recommend popping this on the playlists for sure.
The Japanese House drop another raw, dreamy-pop tune
Ahead of the release of her forthcoming album, ‘Good At Falling’ on March 1st, The Japanese House have released ‘We Talk All The Time’. Speaking about the gorgeous track, Amber said:
It’s about noticing a relationship dying, or changing, whatever way you want to view it. It was one of those weird, prophetic songs where I write it down, and then it happens in real life. It’s not because I can tell the future, it’s because I’m creating it, or maybe I can sense it’s going to happen.
Post Malone took to the GRAMMY stage
We didn’t know we needed a Posty x RHCP collab until it happened in front of our eyes. Post’s suit game was also STRONG.
The Amazons release the riff-roaring ‘Mother’
Reading natives, The Amazons have released a huge, riff-busting new single taken from their upcoming album due later this year. ‘Mother’ is about challenging friends, gods and everyone in between – we’re INTO it.
ALMA gets gothic in ‘When I Die’ video
We’re stoked to welcome ALMA back to this year’s Reading and Leeds’ festivals. Filmed in Finland, the video for her new single, ‘When I Die’ shows the singer attending a gothic last supper and then digging her own grave.
All these and more join us at this year’s Leeds Festival, the question is – will you?
Sort yourself out with tickets below, you don’t want to be getting that FOMO.