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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. sadie – ‘Nowhere’
Brooklyn-based producer and songwriter Anna Schwab, aka Sadie, is picking up some serious momentum in the run up to her debut EP, out June 21. Filling her latest single ‘Nowhere’ with catchy autotune hooks, plucky synths and distorted bass, the hyerpop influence in the rising artist’s brand of melancholic pop is crystal clear. A self-confessed lover of sad songs that make you want to dance, Sadie’s new release does just that.
2. Daydream Nathan – ‘ugly2’
Hailing from Nashville, United States, rising artist Daydream Nathan is making moves with his latest project ‘Scenic Routine’. ‘ugly2’ is the third track on the new EP and splices the producer’s eclectic array of influences into an otherworldly blend of pop and future-facing rap.
3. Kellalit – ‘Don’t Interrupt!’
Toasting genre-bending hyperpop with a dark EDM twist, San Fransisco-born songstress Kellalit is operating in a lane of her own. On new single ‘Don’t Interrupt!’, the self-trained painter, visual designer and classically trained bass guitarist shifts gears into an alternative brand of electro-pop, showcasing her piercing sound design via themes of rebellion and chaos.
4. Drelli – ‘Yayaya’ feat. AJRadico
Charismatic, versatile and intentional, 20-year-old singer-songwriter AJRadico has made it clear in a few releases there isn’t a box suitable for him. Mining the edges of hip hop, alternative pop and beyond, his new single ‘Yayaya’ enlists fellow US rap talent AJRadico for a barrier-defying sound.
5. Miette Hope – ‘Fragments’
Providing a dreamy, neo-R&B twist on a popular nursery rhyme, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Miette Hope’s latest single ‘Fragments’ sums up her poetically-driven style perfectly. Drenched in future-facing production and soul inflections, the single melts into an embodied expression of her inner-most thoughts.
Check out last week’s BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week, featuring entries from Lucy Tun, Cathedral Bells, Finches and more.