Exciting new artists from our friends at Earth Agency




muva of Earth

muva of Earth is an alternative jazz singer and ASCENDING SOULSTRESS from tribe ‘Crown of Ọṣun’ in Yorubaland, Nigeria. Born and raised in London and growing up in both London & Kent under the influence of Amy Winehouse and Beyoncé. The ever-evolving being is deeply inspired by Sun Ra, Sade, Alice Coltrane and Fela Kuti. By connecting to her Yoruba roots, muva of Earth’s music explores the complexities of identity, the self and human connections over a bed of afrofuturistic rhythms and atmospheric horns.



Skinner

Skinner is a DIY slouch rock musician based in Dublin who writes, records and produces songs about growing up and overcoming a dirt-flecked 21st century existence.


The DNA of no wave and post-punk acts like The B52s, James Chance and the Contortions and ESG through to alt-rock touchstones Pixies and Morphine combined with a talent for grunge-nodding self-production and pockets of elevated instrumentation is oozing from Skinner’s music.



Kinkajous

Kinkajous explores the space between jazz, orchestral and electronic music, in a compelling mix of tonalities and influences drawn from their London home. Led by drummer/producer Benoît Parmentier and saxophonist/clarinetist Adrien Cau, they have earned a reputation for conjuring up a powerful and cinematic sound, being described by CLASH as “a key part of the British music landscape”.



Hook

With her unorthodox flows & scathing lyricism, Riverside, CA rapper Hook’s signature sound is unmistakable. Boasting a fierce bravado, her razor-sharp bars are paired w/ a diverse beat selection, resulting in an indefinable blend of melodic trap, uptempo hyphy & woozy gfunk. Hook grew up around hip-hop, with a step father who would encourage her to study his favorite rappers & a biological father who was a rapper himself. Known for her uncanny ability to write choruses, she eventually nicknamed herself Hook. Catching the attention of producer Nedarb, the two came together for her debut album “Bully” a taunting, schoolyard-themed project which features rappers AzChike, Big Baby Scumbag, Bootychaaain & Lil House Phone.



Lawrence Hart

A classically-trained, multi-instrumentalist with a broad spectrum of influences, Lawrence Hart has worked with some of the most exciting names in electronic music. 2021 saw collaborations with the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick (alongside a Camelphat remix) and Model Man. Last year also saw Lawrence provide remixes for the likes of Lau.ra and The Sanctuary, whilst 2022 kicked off with a remix for Foals.



FLORENTIA

Dubbed an ‘Up & Coming Talent’ and ‘rising star’ by global phenomenon Elrow, FLORENTIA is cementing herself as one of the UK’s most exciting fresh artists from London.

Despite her age, she has accomplished things that others strive for their entire career, such as securing an elrow residency, landing debuts in the hedonistic white isle Ibiza on their world-super clubs, Amnesia and Ushuaïa