#IMDiscovers: The October Roundup (Part 1)

With the leaves, conkers, and an abundance of rain falling from the sky, autumn is well in effect. With Halloween on the horizon and cold nights ahead, here’s some great music to keep you going whether indoors or outdoors.

Craig David-22

Craig David is a legend of both the Garage and UK R’n’B scene, returning with his 8th studio album and first in four years. The album features those sounds you know him for, with a sprinkling of dance-pop on top. With collaborations including MNEK, Wretch 32, and newcomer Nippa, it’s a star-studded list and plenty of what you love from David.


Bellah is one of the rising stars in R’n’B, with many anticipating her third project ‘Adultsville.’ The project includes popular singles like ‘Prototype‘ and ‘In The Moment,’ which show off her soulful voice and catchy lyricism. With yet another project to enjoy, Bellah is the latest UK R’n’B star, indicating just how much the scene is thriving.


This newbie in the Hip-Hop scene stands out with his wavey production and smooth flow, which makes ‘mirrors‘ a great track. Yorke just sounds so clean and crisp here, leaving you eager to learn more about this new MC. With a new tape on the way, we at IndustryMe can’t wait to hear more from this future star.


Mergui has already blown up in 2022 with his previous singles, but continues to deliver on ‘Paradise.’ This anthemic-pop jam stands out with his soulful, yet impactful vocals over a roaring production. These are all qualities that make for a great breakup track and are just what you want from a big pop hit. With his new EP ‘Dark Side of the Rainbow‘ out this Friday, make sure to stick around for more relatable, breakup music.


Bringing a more melodic sound to Drill is 3fifteen on her debut single ‘LDNR.’ With rising orchestral elements and a flow that is equal parts soulful vocals and smooth rapping, it’s a change of pace to a track you’d expect with this sound. If you want to hear someone take U.K. Drill in a different direction then add ‘LDNR‘ to your playlist.

Casey Moon-glass

The glistening indie-pop production and buttery vocals of Casey Moon, make for a great track on ‘glass.’ Mixing in some kick drums and roaring guitars, it makes for a unique sound, while not overshadowing Moon’s performance. With this being the first release from the ‘mirrors‘ EP, fans will be eager to hear more from Casey Moon.

j ember-Baggage

j ember is from the indie-pop and alternative rock scene, making waves with songs like ‘Baggage.’ The erratic roaring guitars certainly stand out, while the lyrics about learning to be patient with what you desire, is certainly a different tale. If you like what you hear, be sure to put this track on your Bluetooth speaker and check out his upcoming EP.

Loshh FT Obongjayar-k

From his upcoming ‘akole‘ EP, Loshh knows how to get the party going on Obongjayar collab ‘k.’ The elements of Jazz and plucked guitar make for a vibey sound, perfect for a late-night dance. The smooth vocals are the perfect final touch to this top-notch piece of music. Having just finished supporting Obongjayar on tour in the U.K., be sure not to miss the next set of live shows.

Bri Oglu-Dream On

Having impressed with her debut single, Bri Oglu returns with her take on Aerosmith’sDream On.’ Taking things in a more cinematic and laidback direction, it allows the listener to focus on the vocals. And those vocals are great, soothing, and powerful enough to cover this track. After just two releases, Bri Oglu is already making a big impression.

Emily Vu-YOU

And we finish this article with a catchy bit of pop from Emily Vu. It’s a song about wanting someone so bad, with the melodies and earworm lyricism getting you on board straight away. With an already big following of over 200k on Instagram, Emily Vu is set to be the next big popstar to keep an eye on.

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