Reviewed this week
Bristol's Chaouche touches down on our digi charts with her third instalment of LateNightTales, providing you with 12 beautiful segments of electronic delight, blurring the lines between electronica and modern UK r&b. This is a mood album from start to finish, with the artist's prophetic voice reigning supreme on every single one of these tracks, making it a special treat for anyone who's in the mood to vibe and chill out. It can be nostalgic in places, and ever so euphoric in others. In short, it is an album that both strikes a chord with the romantics out there, and which fits supremely well into the label's existing emporium of sounds.