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Incorporating talent from across the globe, check out our five Tracks of the Week taken from our meticulously-curated ‘BRAND NEW’ playlist showcasing some of the most exciting up-and-coming talents around.
1. 5an – ‘HAPPY PLACE’
Since starting out in 2019, Orlando-raised rapper 5an has worked towards creating a distinctive sound of her own. Combining a variety of pop influences with the modern wave of trap and hip-hop, ‘HAPPY PLACE’ is a vibrant and energetic number offering a glimpse into the rapper’s world.
2. Secret Attraction – ‘True Love’
Unlike the name suggests; appreciation for Secret Attraction’s dreamy lo-fi sonics requires no concealing. ‘True Love’ is the latest release from the rising bedroom-pop act, layering woozy reverb and spider-like guitar lines with the singer’s narcotic melodies.
3. Cody Currie – ‘LS Anthem’
DJ and producer Cody Currie has been causing waves in the house music scene over the last few years with his eclectic concoctions of jazz, disco, future garage and beyond. Taken from his recent ‘Moves’ EP, ‘LS Anthem’ is a smooth after-hours cut which underpins the sleepy production with some catchy lyrics.
4. Erik Schilke – ‘Temporal Rush’
Erik Schilke is an underground electronic producer and sound designer from New England, U.S.A.. Influenced by the patterns playing out in the natural world, ‘Temporal Rush’ experiments with a deluge of textures and sounds, resulting in a rich sonic experience that mimics aspects of reality while simultaneously escaping from it.
5. Foam and Sand – ‘Circle 11’
Using tape loops, modular synths and acoustic instruments to create his hazy music; Foam and Sand’s new track ‘Circle 11’ highlights the interconnectedness of life. The ambient electronic cut plays with a relaxing blend of sounds and textures which soothe the listener while the producer’s immersive world takes hold.
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Check out last week’s BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week, featuring entries from myKel, New Sylveon, Sebastian Kamae and more.