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1883 On Rotation: Swim School, Jaz Karis, mazie

The latest in new music from Swim School, Jaz Karis, mazie, City and Colour & more on this week’s 1883 On Rotation playlist.

On rotation this week is the new single from Edinburgh-based indie-rock outfit, Swim School. Kill You is out now via LAB Records and it’s a seriously addictive tune with lush vocals, effortlessly cool guitar and drums. You can catch them in London as they play Omeara on December 12th. The talented artist Jaz Karis has just revealed an eight-track EP entitled Dear Jaz. Thematically, the body of work is a self-reflective open letter to her past and future self. Sonically, the EP is track after track of sublime R&B sonics and gorgeous vocals. Our favourite on the project is SIDE OF YOU. GLU is the latest musical endeavour from multi-instrumentalist and producer, Michael Shuman. It’s an indie/hip-hop-tinged project and we recently sat down with Shuman to discuss the songwriting process for GLU and his new single, NIGHT SHIFT. You can read the interview by clicking here. Rising singer-songwriter Ashley Singh has just dropped his debut EP Between Love And Lonely. A project that is packed full with soulful vocals, emotive melodies and relatable tales about heartbreak. Make sure to check out the lead single from the EP, Autopilot. 

Elsewhere in the playlist, you can find the alt-pop star in the making, Mazie, who has just dropped the infectious single, girls just wanna have sex. It’s an energetic two-minute rollercoaster of vibrant sonics. Valencia Grace’s new song, Final Dance, is an understated folky-pop gem with heartfelt vocals and slick production. Expect more from this emerging artist in 2023. Bad Habits is the new track from the Scandinavian artist, Maggie. It’s a poignant tale of introspection and boasts unique vocals and production. Finally, Meant To Be is a beautiful slow burning tune from City and Colour, an artist project spearheaded by songwriter, Dallas Green. The song itself acts as a tribute to Green’s friend and producer and engineer, Karl Bareham, who sadly passed away in 2019. It’s a more than fitting tribute with soaring vocals and warm production.

Listen to all this and more via the playlist below.


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