Deer Du Bois playlist #177: Njomza, Ro Ransom, Sides, Alma, Tarantina…

Every Wednesday on HighClouds, from now until death do us part, we publish the much-awaited and surprising playlists of our Brussels‘ friend and collaborator: Deer Du Bois.

With Deer Du Bois this week, heartfelt voices and synth-drenched tunes are the base!

Pure emotions and ‘Pure Gold’ you’ll discover when listening to Marna. From pop-princess to touching songstress, Ofelia K stands out in both as you can discover on her recent lo-fi ballad ‘Killing Me (Go Sun Come Moon)’.

We usually don’t like sadness but NJOMZA has no other choice than being ‘Sad For You’.

With Alma the urban-beats sprout alongside her uplifting rhythms on the track ‘Phases’ thanks to vocals by French Montana. Brooklyn’s vocalist Raquel Undheim aka Asukal launches her debut ‘How It’s Gonna B’ with a worldly flair and delightful swiftness.

Néonhèart teaches how to escape in their future-pop anthem ‘Prison Break’. Our recent discovery Sides, made up out of a mysterious London duo, delivers tasty synth beats with almost cinematographic effects in ‘Too Long’.

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