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The best tracks of the week

The best tracks of the week


Tracks of the Week playlist

1. Death From Above 1979 – ‘Trainwreck 1979′

The Toronto dance-punk duo return with a new single and album The Physical World, their second, ten years after their debut You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine.

Death From Above 1979 - Trainwreck 1979 (Official Audio)

2. Jessie Ware – ‘Tough Love’ (Cyril Hahn remix)

Jessie Ware’s comeback single ‘Tough Love’ is proof that Ms. Ware is more interested in creating great R&B songs, smooth pop song for adults. Enter Cyril Hahn then, to give the track that dance verve.

3. Juce! – ‘Burning Up’

London girl trio Juce! are clearly all about the funky summer jams. On their recent tracks ‘Call You Out’ and ‘(H)ours’ they’ve proved that and their new track ‘Burning Up’ tightens up tighter to the synth-funk pop beat.

4. Royal Blood – ‘Figure It Out’

Thrilling rock track from the Brighton duo’s forthcoming self-titled debut album out in August 23rd. Supporting Arctic Monkeys in Marlay Park. Great new video for the song too:

Royal Blood - Figure It Out (Official Video)

5. Revin Goff – ‘Salthill’

Spooky James Blake-esque vibes from a 23 year-old Galway producer.

6. Augustus and John – ‘Crosslines’

Mike Smalle of Cane141 and B-Movie Lightning is back with a new collaborative project with Italian producer and musician Matteo Grassi.This is the title track from the new EP, inspired by “electronic music, film soundtracks and ambient soundscapes”.

7. REID – ‘Fractures’ (Feat. Slow Skies)

TDublin-based Cork producer REID is back with a new EP and the release is being trailed by ‘Fractures’, a track with a head-spinning night-time European electronic feel with nods to Gold Panda and vocals by Slow Skies aka Karen Sheridan.

8. Saint Pepsi – ‘Fiona Coyne’

Having made his name with some brisk and sample-formed bedroom electronica, Ryan DeRobertis aka Long Island’s Saint Pepsi has turned his established sound into something that more closely resembles Toro Y Moi making bright funky pop music.

9. Lil Silva – ‘Mabel’

From TJ Carter’s new EP on Good Years, which will feature two songs from Banks, this is the title track about his grandmother, which touches on the xx vibes.


10. King avriel – ‘180’

The 23 year-old singer from LA has been working on her debut album thesis. Promising R&B music.

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