Arising experimnetal genre artist, Dillon, released in 2011 her first album (This Silence Kills), the reviews of which are very complimentary and full of hope. From the very first seconds, you can hear the similarity to Lykke Li in both music and vocals. Hypnotizing "Tip Tapping" and perfect "Thirteen Thirtyfive" are the best examples of Dillon's acuteness. You can feel that this young artist's perfectionism, sometimes even exaggerated, will let her move on to higher things. I will definitely observe Dillon's development, as she has a knack for singing.
A fantastic duo (Kelsey Bulkin- vocals, Sabzi- producer) with two worth-checking EPs: "Winter Pigeons" and "Aporia: In These Streets" (start with the second one). If you're looking for a fresh trip-hop sounds, it's the best choice at the moment. Personally, I was astonished by very first seconds of these albums.
Álfheimr is a project by Madison Asche. His music is influenced by well-known artists and bands such as Radiohead, Sigur Rós or Bjork. His album What Allows Us To Endure is a quintessence of ambient. It's relaxing and you will find it the best tranquilliser after a busy day at work or school.
Quite tough to describe, as most of experimental music from this genre but definitely worth checking. Spacelike sounds are corresponding with tracks' titles- names of orbs from our solar system. Charging comet, quiet Moon or the funeral of Pluto- every track has its emotional reflection.
A rapper, a poet, an artist- three words, which describe Sadistik fully. Joining forces with Kid Called Computer was bang on. Paying attention to the beautiful lyrics, we can be sure that this album is one of the best emorap albums ever. Personally, I was astonished by the emotions slopping from the speakers.