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With her dizzying blend of global and regional influences, Catalan singer Rosalía represents everything about where music is going in 2019.
In 2018 it was all but impossible to take your eyes off slowthai, tearing through a post-Brexit Britain to emerge as the UK's most vital new voice.
Perth teenager Arno Faraji has transcended expectations with his effortlessly cool "vibe music" to emerge as one of Australian hip hop's brightest futures
On 'Ekko', Kult Kyss further carve out a space for their ritualistic future-pop whilst also pushing out into their most purely euphoric sonic territory yet
Meditative, overwhelming and soothing all at once, LA singer Kelsey Bulkin's 'Samsara' sits somewhere between R&B and Chillwave - somehow it works.
Melbourne's Annie Bass returns with 'Don't Worry', a spacious, downtempo track that sits somewhere between intensely private and alluring nonetheless.
Golden Vessel's 'MOONSTONES' feels like less of a collaboration and more like a long conversation between friends about missed opportunities in life
With 'Vicious Love', the first single since her debut EP, Exhibitionist offers her guide to dating in 2018 - it's also her most surprising track to date.
Sydney duo Night Tales' new single 'Friends' exudes sunniness - but it's a sunniness which belies a surprising emotional depth for the genre of deep house.
Melbourne duo Hemm return with the restrained, intimate 'Skin', a track that dissolves as slowly as the relationship it voyeuristically watches in on