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Under the guise of Bo Rocha, London-based producer Kate Sproule has become a perennial staple of the 2015 blogosphere having caught the eye with a drip drop run of singles since the start of the year. Rocha was a virtual unknown when she was first premiered on The Fader back in February, and the fact that she's not only been able to sustain, but also nurture that initial hype into something tangible speaks loudly of her growing cachet.

As if to toast a year well spent, Rocha has now readied Even Green, the debut EP featuring two brand new cuts. It was opening track 'Tangerine Flake' which got tongues wagging nine months ago, and it comes with the sort of sultry, FKA Twigs-indebted metallic sheen that you could envisage being ripe for mainstream crossover success. Rocha has spoken of her love for abrasive hip-hop and it's evident on 'Now More Again', an experimental burner which opens with a maelstrom of restless arpeggios and ethereal soundscapes before finding peace by way of the singers searing falsetto.

'For Days' - another new cut - comes from a similar stock of pop experimentalism and with its wompy synths, fluttery melodies and rickety percussion, sounds a bit like a Ciara tune being churned in a cement mixer with a bunch of gritty beats that were originally intended for the likes of El-P or Mykki Blanco. Closer 'Live Fast or Die' is still shrouded in darkness and mystique, but at least some light manages to perforate by way of its huge pop chorus.

Just last week Rocha played her first ever show - a sell-out - while there's also been BBC recognition in the form of Radio 1 airplay. There's still a few weeks to go until the "2016 ones to watch" lists start to appear, but Rocha has set herself up with the perfect springboard to head into the new year full of confidence. Let's hope she can pick up where she's left off.

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