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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. Maddie Jay – ‘Excuses’
Summing up bedroom pop’s D.I.Y. attitude, Canada’s Maddie Jay has turned her lockdown into something special with new track ‘Excuses’. After months of sitting on the beat with little inspiration or progress, the rising artist decided to write about her lazy habits and finished the vibrant lo-fi heater just in time for summer.
2. Ionpuu – ‘Pooh Pooh’
Taken from his newly launched EP ‘Cranberry Lotus’, Ionpuu shows off his icy trap sound on ‘Pooh Pooh’. Delivering his nonchalant flows with ease, the independent US rapper traverses over the moody production with his un-bothered yet potent style.
3. Ferdous – ‘Starlight’
Dutch-Afghan bedroom pop artist Ferdous has stretched his production and vocal style into new areas on his latest track. Tip-toeing on the boundaries of cloud rap, emo hip hop, lo-fi and pop, ‘Starlight’ is an emotive cut which explores the prospect of escaping reality.
4. RRUCCULLA – ‘Ciclo del agua’
Operating under the moniker RRUCCULLA; music producer, drummer and visual artist Izaskun González uses her vivid soundscapes to map out a wide spectrum of human emotion. On ‘Ciclo del agua’, González injects the ambient track with an interesting dose of synthetic textures and abstract beats.
5. SIM – ‘Stock Pile’
Rising producer SIM possesses a clear identity and vision which is setting him up for a bright future in electronic music. Having recently dropped his ‘Terminate’ EP, ‘Stock Pile’ is a powerful cut which flexes his deep bass-driven production in all its glory.
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