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FRIDAY FINDS: 15-10-2021

A bit of everything this week, with R&B, indie-rock and funk-pop from Dyna Edyne, Luke Collins, and Future Cavemen. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the vibes!


DYNA EDYNE - THE DOME

Miami alternative indie R&B artist Dyna Edyne brings the smooth, mellifluous tones in sultry single 'THE DOME'.


A precursor to the eagerly anticipated Mahogany EP, 'THE DOME' introduces listeners to Dyna Edyne's perfectly formed sound, which takes influence from the early days of hip-hop.


Discover on 'Scary Canary: Alt Rising' and 'Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: chilled weekends with friends


Show Dyna Edyne some love:

Bandcamp / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram



LUKE COLLINS - TELL YOU


Luke Collins doesn't mess around - the songwriter's debut single 'Tell You' is already proving popular amongst funk-pop fans!


Humbly crediting his work as an escape from the boredom of a day job, Luke puts his stamp on 70s-inspired pop making for a truly inspired new sound.


Discover on 'Scary Canary: Pop Rising'.

Perfect for: road trips and house parties


Show Luke Collins some love:

Website / Instagram



FUTURE CAVEMEN - FLOWERS

Somerset songwriter and producer Joe Tennant bursts onto the alternative indie scene, with Future Cavemen's third offering, 'Flowers'.


New to the scene, fans of The Vaccines and Flyte should be the first to jump on the Future Cavemen hype train; catchy guitar riffs and thoughtful lyrics await.


Discover on 'Scary Canary: Indie Rising'.

Perfect for: slow weekends with friends


Show Future Cavemen some love:

Instagram / YouTube











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