Introducing: Biig Piig

If you’re fully embracing festive hibernation this year, the lo-fi, silky sounds of Biig Piig are the perfect musical accompaniment for getting cosy. The Irish, London-based singer possesses a husky, singular voice and a lyrical maturity that belies her 21 years.  Part of the uber trendy nine8 collective, Biig Piig’s music is firmly rooted in soultronic, J-Dilla inspired beats, courtesy of nine8 producer Mac Wetha, … Continue reading Introducing: Biig Piig

Introducing: Don Patricio

It’s December, it’s cold and everyone seems to be either broke or in bed with the flu. Fear not, we have a remedy! If you’re longing for the return of summer, but can’t exactly afford a beach holiday right now, it’s time to listen to Don Patricio. Who is this man, I hear you ask? Well, he’s basically Spain’s answer to Jimothy Lacoste. Think eccentric … Continue reading Introducing: Don Patricio

Introducing: Miraa May

#Hot girl summer may be over, but Miraa May is one artist who will have you channelling the sass all through September. The self-titled ‘Tottenham songbird’ is a brazen and brilliant new talent – the musical equivalent of that friend who is always on hand with no-nonsense advice and a dirty laugh. Miraa first burst onto the scene in 2016 with her EP ‘N15’.  A … Continue reading Introducing: Miraa May

Introducing: Shakka

In need of a new artist to get excited about?  Look no further than singer, songwriter and producer extraordinaire, Shakka. You may well recognize Shakka’s smooth vocals from various collabs over the years with Grime heavy-players Wretch 32, Giggs and Ghetts.  Not to mention his latest hit single with AlunaGeorge, the infectious ‘Man Down’. He’s been a key player in the London scene for a … Continue reading Introducing: Shakka

The Joys of Jimothy Lacoste

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the one and only Jimothy Lacoste: a chino-wearing, self-confessed London Underground fan, whose signature dance moves and quirky wit have got the Internet buzzing. Lacoste, real name Timothy Gonzales, hails from North London and has become something of a legend in the DIY bedroom-music scene.  So far, his back catalogue comprises of five singles, each accompanied with humorous videos featuring … Continue reading The Joys of Jimothy Lacoste

Introducing: Amber Mark

Following the release of a beautiful new EP, Conexão, we thought it about time to introduce you to the cross-continental, intriguing sounds of Amber Mark. Brought up between India, the U.S., Germany, Brazil, and Nepal, Amber Mark’s foray into songwriting came about after the tragic death of her German artist mother, Mia, whose passing inspired the singer’s first EP, 3:33am. On ‘Monsoon’, one of the … Continue reading Introducing: Amber Mark

Introducing: Will Joseph Cook

This is one artist you’ll definitely want on your summer playlist. Hailing from Tunbridge Wells, Will Joseph Cook’s years of honing his carefree indie-pop sound on the Kent gig circuit have paid off: today marks the release of his debut album, Sweet Dreamer. Mastering a distinct falsetto vocal, catchy la-la-la hooks and a knack for a good chorus, he mainly deals in upbeat songs about girls and youthful … Continue reading Introducing: Will Joseph Cook

Introducing: Carmody

Welcome to The Musical Foodie Introducing…the place where we give you the low-down on the most exciting new artists to listen out for right now! First up is twenty-something Londoner Carmody, a folk-pop singer-songwriter whose poetic and moody songs lend themselves very well to rainy, chilled out days spent indoors.  She’s also just as able to take-on a Timbaland noughties classic, The Way I Are, … Continue reading Introducing: Carmody

Introducing: Clean Bandit

“So you think electronic music is boring?  You think…it’s stupid?  You think it’s repetitive?”.  So goes the playful intro to Clean Bandit’s first release ‘Mozart’s House’ – an addictive fusion of dance beats and Mozart’s String Quartet No.21 that cemented the band’s ‘electroquartet’ sound in 2013 and has since gone on to take the music world by storm.  With acts such as Disclosure, Rudimental and … Continue reading Introducing: Clean Bandit