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On REPEAT: A playlist updated monthly, featuring RADA, Moses Ideka and Len.

Tay Jordan - 'Have A Nice Trip'

Tay Jordan may have just dropped one of the hardest releases of the year with ‘Have A Nice Trip’. The title track makes for one hell of an introduction, laced with sinister bars, police sirens, and grimy synths that wouldn’t sound out of place in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Give his new project a spin.

Raghd - 'The Corners'

Earlier this month Gothenburg up-and-comer Raghd dropped her fantastic new EP ‘A Good Friend’. Raghd tastefully wears her UK influence on her sleeve on cuts like ‘Who Raised You?’ and ‘Easy Go!’. This highlight, ‘The Corners’, features moody breakbeat samples akin to Nia Archives’ ‘Forbidden Feelingz’.

Moses Ideka - 'Cast Out'

Moses Ideka releases their debut single, the moody, ethereal track ‘Cast Out’. With slow-building electronics, and vocals reminiscent of Sampha, the track masterfully crafts an otherworldly tone and achieves a sense of late Summer melancholy.

Mount Kimbie - 'No Need 2 Be Sorry, Call Me?'

Nia Archives' standout EP Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against Tha Wall has been given the remix treatment with a stacked tracklist of UK heavy hitters. One highlight is Mount Kimbie’s take on ‘No Need 2 Be Sorry, Call Me?’. The Maverick Sabre collab becomes noticeably more upbeat and festival ready with Dom and Kai working their magic.


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