Dash ‘n’ Verve – Best of 2017

#Radio The best #NewMusic featured on Dash ‘n’ Verve in 2017 + artist interviews

The Dash ‘n’ Verve radio show returns to the airwaves (well webwaves). We kick things off with a recap of our pick of the #NewMusic featured on the blog during 2017.

There’s also interviews with Gaffa Tape Sandy, Tyzz, Gabriel from Cabrakid, Harvey Causon, George from NITEROOMS, Olivia and Tom from Noya Roa and Julian Borrego.

Playlist

The Pale White / Reaction
Newcastle, England
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Gaffa Tape Sandy / Beehive
Bury St. Edmunds, England
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SWVN / Mantra
Glasgow, Scotland
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Tyzz / Stop
London, England
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TOBi / All Day
Toronto, Canada
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Cabrakid / Both Hands Free
Norwich, England
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Harvey Causon / Frisson
Bristol, England
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NITEROOMS / Headway
Brithdr, Wales
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Noya Rao / Midas
Leeds, England
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Harry Griffiths / Percy’s Independence
Swansea, Wales
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Julian Borrego / Small Talk
Los Angeles, USA
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Sana Capital / Alarma La Calma
Panama City, Panama
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TUSKA / Brother
London, England
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We’ll be back every Sunday at 12:00 GMT with a new Dash ‘n’ Verve radio show, featuring all the #NewMusic from the blog that week, plus more interviews with the artists.

Show some love to the artists by buying or streaming their music. Drop them a message over social media too. You can use the links we included above (we’re nice like that).

If you’ve got any #NewMusic tips for us in 2018, drop us a message on Facebook or Twitter (@dashnverve). We’ll be sure to thank you personally on the show if we play your track.

SWVN – Mantra

#NewMusic from Glasgow, Scotland

Here’s another one that we guest blogged on Drums Eat Everything the other week that deserved a second spin. More hard hitting rap from Glasgow, this time courtesy of SWVN on his latest track ‘Mantra’.

Hints of the orient, trappy beats and a thick rap accent. Like with Shogun, Wavvy Music are once again the team bringing this to the forefront.