Before embarking on what already seems to be the last week of February, sit back and enjoy our rundown of this week’s best picks of unsigned music.

Roman Scott – Addicted To Love

Roman Scott returns with these new visuals to his latest single ‘Addicted To Love’. The music video, directed by Cinema Lumina explores the darker side of the human psyche to brilliant effect. The Brighton based artist has become known for his powerful vocals and eclectic take on electro pop, mixing elements of soul, folk and jazz with razor sharp productions. Follow @Roman_Scott

Poppy Ajudha – Femme

Today marks the release date of London-based songstress Poppy Ajudha’s debut EP. Entitled ‘Femme’, the project boasts with a brilliant selection of conscious and important topics focused on the empowerment of women, such as race, gender and sexuality. To top it off, it comes with a beautiful collaborative song with Kojey Radical. 2018 is going to be a big year for Poppy so make sure you keep an eye on her! Follow @PoppyAjudha

Liines – Shallow

The Manchester trio are a prominent band in the post-punk/new-wave scene, with comparisons ranging from Savages to PINS to Desperate Journalist. Their sound is an infectious, urgent and at times furious blend of Riot Grrrl, post-punk and alt-rock sounds which take in elements of their collective influences – those elements can again be found in their intense new release ‘Shallow’. Follow @weareliines

MALORY – Nuclear Brandy

Directed by Nice Way Media and edited by Taylor Torr, MALORY has dropped this music video to accompany her latest single ‘Nuclear Brandy’. A story set in Cold War paranoia, the CCTV themed video was shot in a real nuclear bunker, and acts as a glimpse into the story of two lovers trapped in an apocalyptic dystopia. MALORY will be performing at The Great Escape, Saturday 19th May – Queens Hotel. Follow @MaloryOfficial

AMiR – No One Else

Last year’s single ‘Drench Me With Your Lust’ was a solid introduction to the AMiR sound, incorporating layers of funky guitar riffs, a swinging 4×4 kick pattern and thick, warm vocal harmonies. His new single is the completely irresistible ‘No-One Else’ and immediately you can hear AMiR’s years of multi-instrumental talent coming to the front. The star of the show is AMiR’s impressive slap-bass skills, providing a compelling groove foundation for his smooth vocal performance. Follow @Amir

BBXO – Hard Road To Travel

BBXO is the innovative, creatively rich, collaborative project of Krisz Kreuzer & Musa Okwonga. Krisz had recently been a founding member of crossover Urban Blues outfit Brixtonboogie, when he met London-born poet Musa Okwonga in Berlin. The first single off their upcoming EP is the multi-faceted ‘Hard Road to Travel’, a pulsating debut single that showcases each members backgrounds and expertise in production and lyrical prowess. Creative sampling and a fearless approach to fusing styles, provide the foundation for Musa’s distinctive spoken-word vocal. Follow @BBXOOfficial

Flood For The Famine – Nine In The Morning

Flood for the Famine is the musical alias of London based songwriter, producer & multi-instrumentalist, Alex Lindner whose music has been inspired by years of urban dwelling. About his new single, which genuinely blends soul and jazz vibes, he says: “Every night the clubs are filled with music, a space to let loose our desires for connection and intimacy. When renting a studio above a strip club, it’s hard to ignore all that stuff. I’m telling a story that happens every night in this city…” It is also the first single off his upcoming project. Follow @fftfmusic

Greta Jaime – Static Exchanges

North London born-and-bred songstress Greta Jaime already developed her very own sound of assembled indie rock, which she proves in her forthcoming release ‘Static (Exchanges)’. The song builds up with emotion as the melody begins to engage with Greta’s gorgeous vocals while the added electronic synth elements and drum clashes turn perfectly showcase the track’s two-sided narrativity. Follow @greta_jaime 

J-Sol – Sober

RnB writer/performer and all round creative J-Sol returns with new solo music for 2018. The track acts as somewhat of a re introduction to J-Sol’s solo material after a period of success across Facebook, after several of his cover videos went viral last year, amassing over 2M plays Facebook. The feel good track comes with a vibrant and playful official music video – Shot in LA the colourful video boasts party scenes, pool scenes and all round good vibes. Follow: @JSolWorld