Here are this week's bands and new artists that FRUKT has been listening to this week. From Harlem rapper Gita to Sweden's brilliant new Vulkano, it's 10 brand new acts you'll be hearing lots about in 2013. (SCROLL DOWN FOR FULL BAND INFORMATION)
1. Gita - Kaviar
2. Redinho - Searching
3. Randomer - Ruffa
4. Context - Small Town Lad Sentiments
5. Oliver Wilde - Perrett's Brook
6. Champs - My Spirit Is Broken
7. Royal Canoe - Bathtubs
8. MAUSI - M O V E
9. Polarsets - Just Don't Open Your Eyes
10. Vulkano - Vision Tricks
New Harlem rapper with a touch of the Nick Minaj in her twang but this isn't full-force electro bangers but classic old skool hip-hop, with great head-nod beats from producers like DJ Two Stacks.
A stalwart on the same label that has launched Hudson Mohawke and Rustie - is Redinho the next big star? This is an huge digital boogie cut.
London-based producer signed to Tiga's label who has made one of the biggest jams of the summer with 'Ruffa'.
The new Streets? There have been a few contenders to be the next poet laureate of the estates, but Context has a swell of support and some classic pirate material.
Describes himself as alternative dad-rock fizz, but we'll just go for beautiful, haunting shoe gaze folk, with hints of Elliot Smith, Cornelius and Real Estate.
Out on tour with Alt-J, Royal Canoe don't sound too original on first listen but give it some time and you'll find the intricate but anthemic songs that made their tour mates such hits last year.
Fans of Midlake will love The Champs, who craft glorious melancholy driving music. Beautiful stuff.
Unashamed sunshine pop with hints of Alphabeat and Kylie in here. Lots of hype and recent Radio 1 session under their belt - looks a likely big winter push.
Newcastle band going for the Two Door Cinema Club indie-disco sound and gaining a fair whack of attention at the moment.
This week's Swedish stars shy away from the familiar maxed out Scandi pop attack and go for a slick, poppy post-punk sound - a hint of B-52s and Siouxsie Soux with a lighter synth edge.