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Today is New Music Friday, which means there’s loads of new songs in the world.

Here are the 10 single best songs released today I loved.

See the New Music section for all the of tracks and albums featured this week.

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1.

Overmono x Joy Orbison

Blind Date

If you haven’t bought a ticket for one of Overmono’s upcoming dates what are you at?

Today, Joy Orbision (whose in town tomorrow night) and Overmono (in Ireland next week) have teamed up for a once-off in ‘Blind Date’ on XL Recordings, a fine amalgamation of the three producers styles – garage, bass and a hook by ABRA to give it extra heat. OOF.

Overmono dates?

Wednesday, September 28th – The Mill, – Birmingham, UK
Thursday, September 29th – SWX – Bristol, UK
Friday, September 30th – Chalk – Brighton, UK
Saturday, October 1st – SWG3 – Glasgow, UK

Tuesday, October 4th – Cyprus Avenue – Cork, IRL
Wednesday, October 5th – Dolan’s – Limerick, IRL
Thursday, October 6th – Centre Point – Dublin, IRL

Monday, October 31st – Melkweg – Amsterdam, NL
Tuesday, November 1st – Botanique – Brussels, BE
Thursday, November 3rd – Schwuz – Berlin, DE
Saturday, November 5th – Le Trabendo – Paris, FR

2.

Sweetlemondae

Never Gonna Be

The 22-year-old Galway-based MC Sweetlemondae, comes through with a memorable R&B track called ‘Never Gonna Be’ on Diffusion Lab.

The song is informed by a conversation from Irish artist Moyo about the increase of racial crimes in Ireland.

“I thought it would be good to shed light on that topic. I hope it can be understood that I’m not speaking from an American point of view but an Irish one. It’s sad how such racial crimes can strain families and change a person’s life forever hence ‘Never Gonna Be The Same’.”

Sweetlemondae

‘Never Gonna Be’ was created during a Diffusion Lab songwriting camp with producer Benza and Irish artist Moyo.

Sweetlemondae was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and at the age of 7 moved to Ireland. Living in Dublin for her formative years and now resides in Galway.

You can catch her @ Ireland Music Week on Friday, October 7th at The Workman’s Cellar.

3.

Floating Points

Typical Love

After the recent banger of ‘Vocoder’ and ‘Grammar’ it’s nice to hear Sam Shepard once again tackle some big room (or tent) electronic music. The vocal sample makes this breaks-assisted track soar.

Floating Points is to play New Year’s Day in a brand new London club space called HERE which says it’s the “first venue to be purpose built in Central London since the 1940s.”

4.

Confidence Man

Luvin U Is Easy (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)

Confidence Man have a remix album of their superb second album Tilt out on called Re-Tilt out next Friday September 30th.

The Erol Alkan re-redit is a staple of recent Lumo Club sets and there’s also fine reworks from Tame Impala, CC:DISCO!, X Coast, Daniel Avery, CHAI and this Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs remix.

5.

Sorcha Richardson

Spotlight Television

Sorcha Richardson released her second album Smiling Like An Idiot today, and continues her penchant for spinning memorable indie singer-songwriter tunes with a biographical slant.

Speaking on her new album, Sorcha said; “It’s about falling in love with a person and a place, which in this case is Dublin, and how those two are interlinked.

6.

The Comet Is Coming

CODE

Interstellar jazz from the London-based psych jazz-rock band’s third album Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam out today.

7.

Khruangbin, Vieux Farka Touré

Diarabi

Texas trio meets Mali guitar legend (and son of Ali) in a marriage made in chill heaven. From the album Ali out today.

8.

oliveyolive

Pilllow Thoughts

Dublin producer Oliveyolive’s debut album Life Of Colour is one of the under-rated Irish albums of 2022 to date so nice to have another opportunity to big it up via two new songs that were released today, in the form of a postscript.

oliveyolive on instagram

9.

Daniel Avery, HAAi

Wall of Sleep

A big booming collaboration between two UK electronic powerhouses.

“Wall of Sleep, the next single to be taken from Ultra Truth is out today. In many ways the track defines the aesthetic of the new album. A cave in which to get lost, hopeful steps towards a burning light, flanked by your favourite people – in my case here Manni Dee who worked on the track, Ghost Culture on saxophone and the returning, soaring voice of HAAi. The Ultra Truth draws ever nearer. ”

Daniel Avery

10.

Nilüfer Yanya

Rid Of Me

Who wouldn’t want to hear Nilüfer Yanya cover PJ Harvey? She already has some of the latter’s intensity, and this is great.


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