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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. nezerat – ‘4:45 AM’
South Florida-based filipino nezerat is quickly making a name for himself in the underground experimental scene. Taken from the 22-year-old producer’s recent 5-track EP ‘5IVE QUID’, ‘4:45 AM’ meshes dubstep, ambient electronic and drill to conjure the most abrasive, boundary-crossing sound possible without blowing the speakers.
2. Lunavela – ‘Next of kin’
Well known in New Zealand for fronting indie-pop band Collapsing Cities, Lunavela is the solo project of Tāmaki Makaurau singer-songwriter Steve Mathieson. Taken from his new ‘Imposter Syndrome’ EP, ‘Next of kin’ showcases Lunavela’s reverb-soaked post-punk sound.
3. sunny court – ‘FRIENDS’
Ontario-based hyperpop newcomer sunny court is staking their claim as one of the scene’s most exciting new prospects with latest single ‘FRIENDS’. Splicing maximal digipop production with his pitched up, left-field melodies, the track’s infectiousness has secured it a spot in this week’s round-up.
4. Pet Owner – ‘T-T-T’
Describing the world that surrounds her with a velvety, off-kilter vocal, Pet Owner’s new single ‘T-T-T’ brings together the quirky worlds of folktronica and bubblegum pop. Awash with 80s-style elapsed synths and experimental noise, it’s one of the most interesting tracks we’ve heard this week.
5. Boring Lauren – ‘Air Guitar (This Song Is for U)
Toasting her intimate brand of “dark art pop” with new single ‘Air Guitar (This Song Is for U)’, Boring Lauren builds expansive worlds from her bedroom studio.
Check out last week’s BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week, featuring Emma Bradley, Tooth Rust, Lila Yin and more