Best New Artists 2015

If you’re a fan of light and airy indie pop like Belle and Sebastian, then read on to discover one of our favorite new bands, Islandis.
Southern California-based new artist Michl has only been making music since earlier this year, but his debut track, Kill Our Way To Heaven, has us eager for what he'll bring us in 2016.
18-year-old new artist Devin Murphy, aka Dev09, is gaining some well-deserved praise with her unique and stripped down alternative pop sound.
Toronto-based singer/songwriter Nicole Dollanganger is turning heads with her sugar sweet child-like vocals and stripped down lo-fi instrumentation, that makes for a ghostly yet hypnotizing vibe.
17 year-old Maggie Lindemann's captivating dark-pop sound and Lana Del Rey-reminiscent vocals make for some catchy songs that are sure to place her among awesome female artists like Halsey and Lorde.
Her is a new French duo with a sensual dark pop sound. For fans of attitude-driven indie rock acts like The Kills or The Knife, you definitely have to check out the infectious sounds of Her.
Electro-soul artist Khai just released his brand new EP, If You, and it’s packed full of completely enchanting synth-led instrumentation and some seriously dreamy vocals that prove he is here to stay.
London indie rock quartet Pauma has loads of talent and an extremely catchy debut EP that seems to get better with each subsequent listen.
It’s not everyday that a new artist can instantly captivate you with just one listen, but that is just what singer-songwriter Mafalda has done with her brand new track, Don’t Let Go.
If you’re into artists that have a knack for writing ridiculously uplifting anthems, then read on to discover the music of BANNERS.
If you’re into catchy electronic pop acts like Bastille, The Neighbourhood, or Shiny Toy Guns, then you’ll easily fall in love with new artists Oh, Be Clever.
Singer-songwriter Sandra Frederiksen, aka Mendoza, is about to take America by storm with her intriguing blend of bubblegum pop vocals and gloomy electropop sound.
What does a genre described as soup sound like? Well, apparently new artist Yates is about to put it on the map. The Australian now Berlin-based singer-songwriter is doing something truly special.