COMMUNION MUSIC RECOMMENDS…



Summer is officially here! As things begin to hot up, we’re always on the look out for our favourite tunes for the season, so we asked our friends over at Communion Music to give us their top summer soundtrack picks. Check them out below, and let us know what you think!

Rukhsana Merrise ‘Money’

Powerful yet effortless vocals from West Londoner Rox take the lead, with a towering chorus and a stripped back acoustic, soul sound. She’s recently signed to Communion Records and definitely one to watch!

Tom Misch ‘Watch Me Dance’

Blissful summer jam! Tom’s been on our radar for a while now, and we’re so excited to have him join our stage at Citadel Festival this July.

Jack Garratt ‘ Worry’

Another massive track from the one-man musical powerhouse, Jack Garratt. His Brixton show was an absolute smash and the only way is up. Come see the magic for yourself at Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo in November.

Seramic ‘Found’

A cosmic blend of soul, gospel, electronic and that almighty vocal range.

Twin Peaks ‘Butterfly’

Scuzzy, swinging new track from the Twin Peaks dudes second album. This one packs a punch.

Michael Kiwanuka ‘Black Man In A White World’

Timeless slice of Michael Kiwanuka soul. Perfect for bringing the summery vibes.

Dan Croll ‘One Of Us’

We loved Dan Croll’s debut album, and this latest track is an exciting new prospect – eyes peeled for what’s ahead for this Liverpudlian!

Tempesst ‘Tidal Wave’

Hypnotic, 70s style, psych-pop grooves from the Aussie Sunshine Coast twins. Long hair, don’t care.

Joseph ‘White Flag’

Bold electric guitars, percussion and the Portland sisters’ impressive harmonies build and build, and make this new tune BIG. Pair that with a triumphant chorus and we know crowds are going to fall in love with this trio.