#IMDiscovers: The August Roundup (Part 2)

We’re back once again with a roundup of some of the hottest tunes from the past two weeks. So grab your headphones, add the songs to your playlist and make sure you’re ready for these artists to grab your attention. And if you missed it, make sure to check our last roundup.

Thilo-RUN RUN (EP)

The new EP from Thilo provides a deep insight into the male experience, touching on themes like personal growth and romance. His mixture of R’n’B and Pop works well against his smooth vocals, with standouts including the title track and ‘FLIGHT RISK.’


This irresistibly, catchy Pop marks the return of the Grammy-winning Daya. With great Pop lyricism, soulful vocals, and a top-notch use of beat switching, Daya continues to prove ‘Her‘ credentials. Make sure to check out the new EP ‘In Between Dreams‘ on September 16th, 2022.


Taking a dark topic and juxtaposing it with a groovy, danceable beat, we have ‘Only‘ from VENNA. Her vulnerable lyricism of a toxic relationship and the blaring synths make this track stand out, showing the emotion felt by the artist. VENNA is someone to keep on your radar.

Chloe Bodur-Kitty & I

Chloe Bodur knows how to make a sensual jam with her latest release ‘Kitty & I.’ The track from the upcoming EP ‘RÜYA‘ is a great exploration of femininity and being disrespected in a relationship. The effortless vocal delivery and the clever use of Spanish guitar make this a song you’ll have on repeat.

Goldpark-I Guess It’s Never Enough

Goldpark is an indie-rock trio with great guitar riffs and breathy vocals that fans of the genre will definitely get down with. The song details being gossiped and lied about, with lead singer Wes Hunter detailing this message to a tee. If you live across the Atlantic, this band is one you need to see.


Rayowa knows the vibe on this one, with the blend of Funk, R’n’B, and Disco. This track is perfect for a summer’s drive, which is convenient considering the group is doing exactly that in the video. If you’re a fan of the group Jungle, this is one for you and has a great 80s feel that shows why Rayowa got the attention of Nile Rodgers.

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