Every Sunday, we curate a batch of eclectic tracks for your listening pleasure. This week, we explore territory beyond our usual comfort zone to bring you some delicious + intriguing tracks. We present (1) a soulful and melodic attention-grabber from LA’s Tydes + Liverpool’s Låpsley; (2) a stomping indie pop track from Zella Day of Pinetop, Arizona (population: ~5,000); (3) a dreamy, space pop track from Copenhagen 3-piece Ice Cream Cathedral; (4) a straight up baby-making tune from rnb crooner How To Dress Well; (5) an rnb/pop/house blender with a ’90s-throw back feel from PMR Records signee Javeon; (6) a satisfyingly quirky track from British beat maker, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Cosmo Sheldrake; (7) an AlunaGeorge track remixed with a blissful haze and a kicking bass line by Kaytranada; (8) Little Dragon’s new track remixed by London-based producer Girl Unit, stripped down with a fair dose of clattering percussion; (9) a reggae dub-leaning track from Melbourne-based artists LONDON and Stahsi; and (10) an excellent remix by Ruddy P of that new, new from HTDW.
- Tydes - Pray For You feat. Låpsley
- Zella Day - Sweet Ophelia
- Ice Cream Cathedral - Ranger
- How To Dress Well - Words I Don’t Remember
- Javeon - Intoxicated
- Cosmo Sheldrake - Moss
- AlunaGeorge - Kaleidoscope Love (Kaytranada Edition)
- Little Dragon - Klapp Klapp (Girl Unit Remix)
- LONDON - Window Washer (feat. Stahsi)
- HTDW - Words I Don’t Remember (Ruddy P Refix) [d/l]
Debut track from Brooklyn-based producer Cubby with assist from vocalist Current and rapper Kwane. We’ve listened to this 356567786876 times today. Get on this.
Cubby - Cold (feat. Kwane and Current)
Animated video for title track of the self-titled mixtape. Directed by RUFFMERCY. New mixtape forthcoming.
video: Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels
Since release of debut, UK garage-leaning track “Feel Real" back in May 2013, this Aussie 3-piece has been releasing music steadily more downtempo and mellow while retaining plenty of texture in the instrumentals. Their range has our interest level on high.
Self-titled EP forthcoming via Modular People.