At Home With LWE: 28th August- Relentless TakeoverFri 28th Aug
Returning with their biweekly takeover and showcasing some of the best upcoming talent out there, today’s At Home With LWE blog features the likes of The Citrus Clouds, Fleur Shore, Tommy B, and Jordss.
The Citrus Clouds - Imagine feat. Bartoven
Hailing from the South East, The Citrus Clouds have caught the attention of the likes ofR&B sensation Maxwell, Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and BBC 1Xtra’s Jamz Supernova. After taking some time to reset and further develop their sound, the duo are now back with the first single from their upcoming project, Imagine.
Fleur Shore - Sounds of the Undergrowth 001
Ever since Fleur Shore took Birmingham's underground scene by storm in 2016, she hasn’t shown any sign of slowly down. Her consistency, flare and a strong dose of individuality has earned respect from her peers. This latest mix promoting her brand Undergrowth is laced with original productions.
Tommy B - No Dramas
Tommy B is the young MC with a fire in his belly. Bursting on to the underground radio circuit in late 2015, Tommy quickly worked his way up the ranks in the grime scene. His latest release “No Dramas” was produced by grime legend Z Dot, who has previously worked with Stormzy and Capo Lee.
Alora - Energy
East London soulstress Alora pushes her confrontational rap style to the forefront of her latest freestyle, “Energy”. Lyrically, Energy is hard-hitting and honest, all the while keeping the punchy yet stripped beats that make Alora’s sound so classic. The track only came out yesterday so enjoy this one while it’s still fresh
Black Joy Archives - Curated by Jordss
One of the best DJs coming out of London right now, Jordan is continuing her “Black Joy Archives” on Rinse FM this month. The show features sound bites from influential members of London’s Black community introducing a selection of tracks that transcends genre and decade.
Jordss : “A Black person on the other side of the world will listen to the show and be able to resonate with the songs and spark memories/feelings/joy because we share our Black experiences through music.”