The 10 Best Tracks That Will Make You Consider The Environment, according to Riton
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. Leesuho – ‘MOM’ feat. So!YoON!
South Korean producer Leesuho is somewhat of an expert when it comes to creating other-worldly, experimental soundscapes. Making use of distorted synths and irregular electronic beats, his recently released debut album ‘Monika’ is a truly expansive body of work which everyone should try out. Taken from the project, ‘MOM’ enlists the help of Korean star So!YoON! of indie band SE SO NEON who weaves her whispery vocals between the distorted drum and bass production.
2. cowboy blau – ‘gone 4 good’
Glossy hyperpop track ‘gone 4 good’ is the pace-setting debut single from cowboy blau. After finding success as a drag performer in Berlin and singing in clubs across the city, the enigmatic figure is now starting a new chapter indulging listeners in his polarised fantasy pop world.
3. Finch Fetti x Cal1sto x J Rhys – ‘Eightnine Zips’
North London artists Cal1sto and J Rhys linked up with talented rising producer Finch Fetti for the laid-back heater ‘Eightnine Zips’. Both members of the JTR collective, the two rappers’ contrasting styles link together nicely for an effortlessly smooth cut completed by Fetti’s inimitable sound.
4. J Buggy x Elpronto – ‘Focus’
Known for his deeply introspective songwriting and ice-cold wordplay, Manchester-raised rapper J Buggy has just released his debut official single ‘Focus’. The new single sees the up-and-comer team up with Elpronto, combining elements of hip hop, UK rap and grime to land at the pair’s heavy-hitting sound.
5. Elodie Gervaise – ‘Free Babe’
Franco-Australian Elodie Gervaise is a unique musician currently expressing herself with left-field electronics and synth-driven sounds. Taken from her new ‘Syzygy’ EP, ‘Free Babe’ is a super catchy offering immersing Elodie’s audience in her auditory universe consisting of powerful vocal melodies and pungent lyrics.
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Check out last week’s BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week, featuring BZ, Vonzell Sly, Race Banyon and more.