‘With the launch of Foundation.FM, the Peckham-based female-led radio station that has brought a welcome slice of diversity to the airwaves, we thought it would only be right to highlight some of the most talented female musicians around right now. Too often than not, female artists can get overlooked or pigeonholed. Here at P&S, we’re all about empowering the unsung voice and these tracks are definitely what you need to start the week off right.’
STARTED OUT BY GEORGIA
Influenced by 80s Chicago House, this energetic track from Georgia is a euphoric piece of pop flair. Accompanied by a zany, lo-fi video directed by Rosie Marks and shot on an iPhone, everything about this track is effortlessly cool.
BOBBI’S SECOND WORLD BY THE ORIELLES
Written after a long summer of festivals, The Orielles return with a new release influenced by all kinds of music from northern soul to post-punk. Also worth checking out their cover of P&S fave Peggy Gou’s ‘It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)', also released this week.
NEW BREED BY DAWN RICHARD
The title track from experimental R&B artist, Dawn Richard's upcoming album, which she also self produced. Drawing on her adolescence in New Orleans, we’re intrigued to hear what else this project has to offer.
LOVER CHANTING BY LITTLE DRAGON
Tinged with everything from R&B to electro-pop, Little Dragon unveiled their first ever EP this past week, with the title track telling of ‘the force of love’, a sentiment that’s evident in this heavy track.
HOLDING MY OWN BY HER SONGS
A sign that we need more female supergroups, Her Songs is a collective of LA based musicians who debuted their first track this week. This track transports you to Southern California with it’s mellow vibes and neo-soul influences
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