kuru, IMGfound, Nixer and more front our BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week

23.02.22

LISTEN TO FIVE OF THE HOTTEST TRACKS FROM OUR CAREFULLY CRAFTED PLAYLIST SHOWCASING A NUMBER OF UNDER-THE-RADAR ARTISTS

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. kuru – ‘never gets better’

Soundcloud rapper and internet hot-shot kuru recently dropped ‘splitting time’, an ambitious 6-track project mapping out the elusive artist’s blend of hyperpop and digicore sounds. One of the stand out tracks on the EP, ‘never gets better’, is an ultra-catchy offering drizzled with the D.C-based high schooler’s abrasive digital production and pitched up melodies.

2. IMGfound – ‘Face’

Norwegian outfit IMGfound made their way onto our Tracks of the Week list a few months back with ‘Eversnow’, so it’s clear they’re doing something right. Now returning with a brand new project for 2022, entitled ‘Silhouette’, ‘Face’ is a refreshing and organic tune that showcases a unique blend of ambient, hyperpop and alternative hip hop.

3. Nixer – ‘Outsider’

‘Outsider’ is the latest single to be released in the rollout for rising new wave/electro duo Nixer’s debut EP. Born out of the pandemic and the feelings of isolation that it brought, Nixer’s dark post-punk sound is a product of turbulent times. Their new single is scattered with heavy bass lines and moody, addictive vocals, offering a taste of their upcoming 6-track project.

4. they gem – ‘nail polish on the ground’

Taken from they gem’s recent debut EP ‘sign i’ve never seen’, ‘nail polish on the ground’ immerses listeners in the unique, shimmering soundscape of an artist doing things their own way. The emotionally-charged, mellow tune is one of the project’s highlights and earns itself a spot in this week’s list.

5. Hannah Wilson – ‘Shame’

Hannah Wilson is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter on the rise. Hailing from Melbourne, her latest single ‘Shame’ is an infectious UK garage inspired number, enlisting the tricky wordplay of Tee Peters to provide the track with even more energy. This one has been stuck in our heads all week.

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