Passport Approved Top 10:

1) SEA GIRLS "Young Strangers" (Alt Records/Believe, UK)
2) GIANT ROOKS "Fight Club" (Universal Music, Germany)
3) LIME CORDIALE "Pedestal" (Chugg Music, Australia) 
4) JERUB "There Til The End" (Elevate Music, U.K.)
5) CARAVAN PALACE "Reverse" (Wagram, France) 
6) DARK TROPICS "Carnival" (Unsigned, Ireland)
7) TRIBE FRIDAY "Andy" (ICEA, Sweden) 
8) PICTURE THIS "Call It Love" (RCA/Sony, Ireland)
9) MIDDLE KIDS "Highlands" (EMI Music, Australia)
10) THE K'S "Heart On My Sleeve" (LAB Records, U.K.)



Artist Of The Week


St. Lundi‘s journey from Hayling Island to London at the age of 20 symbolizes his daring leap into the music industry with limited resources but boundless determination. Despite the initial challenges, his talent and perseverance shone through, leading to pivotal collaborations with Seeb and Kygo that catapulted him into the spotlight. His early successes, notably with BBC Radio 2 playlist features for “Ready to Be Loved,” and “Fall,” underscored his growing influence and appeal within the music scene. The anticipation surrounding his debut album The Island and its lead single “Different Houses” reflects not just a musical milestone, but also a deeply personal narrative. Through poignant lyrics and evolving musical arrangements, St. Lundi delves into his experiences of heartache and healing following his parents’ divorce, offering listeners a window into his emotional journey. This authenticity and vulnerability in his music have resonated with audiences, garnering him recognition and acclaim. Beyond his solo work, St. Lundi’s collaborations with notable artists and his dynamic live performances have further solidified his position as a rising star in the industry. As he prepares for the release of his debut album and embarks on upcoming tours, his trajectory points towards continued growth and success, promising fans more captivating music and memorable performances in the years to come.

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