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by Chesca Roberts January 26, 2017

This year, as with every year will see a boat load of new musicians breaking through into mainstream consciousness. Not all of them will be your taste but we have a few that will be firmly on the Spotify playlists in our sites. 

> Rag’n’Bone Man - Releasing his first single ‘Wolves’ in 2014 RBM has been slowly building his album and his following. After winning the Brits Critic’s Choice Award for 2017, releasing his new single ‘Human’ and his album coming out in March we are sure that he will have a whirlwind year.  

> Maggie Rogers - The 22 year old has got the seel of approval from none other than Pharrell Williams after they met in a class at NYU. From there her debut single ‘Alaska’ has gone on to have over 21 million hits on YouTube and she is bringing out her first album in February. 

> Will Joseph Cook - At only 18 years old Cook has got a host of indie tracks that you can’t help but dance around to. Take Me Dancing is part of his debut album which he has revealed is 100% finished although it is lacking a release date or title. Nevertheless we are sure his sound will be drifting to our ears throughout the year.





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