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Writer: Martin

NYC based warner case is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer, and cat lover with a passion for creating unforgettable experiences. He was named one of Audiomack’s “Top 20 Emerging Artists” of 2019. His new single “if it fits” (out now via French label Unity) further cements that notion with its bubbling beat and warm vocals. The track has already been supported by The Magician, Martin Garrix, Ultra Music and more.

“if it fits” came from my finally accepting what the world has been telling me since birth: be yourself. We’re the only ones in the world uniquely like us, so why try to be someone we’re not? I spent too much time worrying about what other people think, and changing myself to try to adapt to that. but once I truly accepted me for who i am, everything in life fell into place. it’s a rewarding feeling. In particular, I wrote this about accepting differences in a significant other — my fiancée in this case — and realizing it’s these very differences that make someone special. love them for their quirks”

Japanese R&B artist Laya collaborates with Tokyo based producer Zuma on the lush, futuristic and chilled out sounding R&B track “maybe”.

“maybe” deals with the ambiguity of a budding relationship and how commitment can be a vulnerable experience.

“Tell Me, Tell Me” is the debut offering from Swedish producer Helax (who is also behind dream-pop duo The Ghost Of Helags and electronic act Brynäs), he resides in Berlin but wrote and recorded the EP in a cheap hotel room on Reeperbahn the main avenue of Hamburg’s red light district.

The four tracks on the EP were inspired by the nocturnal and hedonistic vibe of the strip clubs in the area as well as by his aimless walks down the harbour, watching the incessant comings and goings of freighters and sailors from all over the world at night. The EP straddles a finely balanced line between melancholia and more club-ready, steadfast compositions and it echoes the vibe of walking along a dark harbour, seeing the pitch-black water and the pulsating city lights.