It’s been another week, and we have another nine awesome tracks to share with all of you. This week, we have a wide array of different moods to pick from. So without further ado, let’s begin.
The Daylight » Ghosts
With their second single, The Daylight display a remarkable development in their style and musical depth since their 2019 debut, ‘Department Of Dreams’. This new track has all the mystifying goodness that resembles the Britpop of the late 2000s. We love the dreamy ambience, which is paired brilliantly with an upbeat rhythm.
Dlore » Iron
The trio Dlore piqued our interest highly with their third single ‘Iron’. Immaculately soulful vocals in the first half transition brilliantly into the second segment, in which Dlore goes for a more spoken word inspired approach. The urban atmosphere of the jazzy instrumental remains consistent throughout, and this track kept us engaged from start to finish.
Erland Cooper & Benge » Peedie Breeks
This track wouldn’t be the first example of singer Erland Cooper collaborating with electronic instrumentalist Benge. The two artists worked together once before on the track ‘First of the Tide’, found on the 2019 album Sule Skerry. However, with a new album cycle seemingly underway, they join once again, on what we feel is a step even further in the right direction. This song is beautifully soft and soothing, with its mixture of electronic sounds and strings. We find it to be a perfect track to indulge in.
Glassio » A Million Doubts
The latest outing from new-wave artist Glassio, ‘A Million Doubts’ goes for a more ambient and progressive approach than the majority of his other tracks and remixes. We love how smoothly this track evolves as it plays, and its atmosphere is immersive and then some. The track was co-written with another extremely talented singer-songwriter Charles Fauna.
Moncrieff » in my room » Demo
Moncrieff delves into an important topic of mental health during the lockdown with this latest demo “in my room”. We imagine that a lot of people are able to relate to the lyrics of this track at this current stage, and this song serves as an important reminder that we’re in this together. The melancholy instrumental, along with Moncrieff personal and very heartfelt lyrics allow ‘in my room’ to really touch the soul.
Pink Palace » Feeling So Far
‘Feeling So Far’ is the second track found on Pink Palace’s new EP, titled ‘End Credits’. We simply loved just how moody this track felt with its hazy and heavily atmospheric melody. It’s such a soothing and softly paced track, but with enough depth and a steady rhythm to really keep the listener engaged.
Sam Nichol » jane
In terms of progression and musical depth, Sam Nichol‘s ‘jane’ is amongst the best we’ve heard all week. The absolute mastery of the piano, paired with consistently shifting ambient sounds really give this track a life of its own. The melodies of both vocals and instrumentation are stunningly gorgeous, and we absolutely love it.
Sun-El Musician & Azana » Uhuru
In terms of what we’ve heard this week, not very many tracks exuded such a warm and sunny atmosphere quite like this one. It has an insanely energetic rhythm, along with a hazy and jazz-inspired sound that absolutely screams summer.
Timothy » Alone
After being so impressed with Timothy’s previous single “Home”, we were definitely excited to find out what this track had in store for us. We really loved the softness and ambience of the folk-inspired sound found on his newest track ‘Alone’. It has such a clean and indulgent sound that we couldn’t help but fall in love with straight away.
We have picked only nine songs that stood out this week, however below you can find the playlist that features 39 songs.