#5. Sojux – Monster Not Happy
Dark, distorted and haunting. 3 things I like in my music.
#4. Yez Yez Feat. Speelburg – Say Hello
On the polar opposite end of the spectrum as the previous track from Sojux we have a glam-rock, happy-go-lucky track from Yez Yez (who I can literally find no information about anywhere) and Speelburg. Brings me back to the Fatboy Slim days of the early 90s… or maybe even Cake.
#3. Boulevarde – Lover
This one’s got a bit of everything. Orchestral strings, plucky guitar, pensive vocals, and a harsher-than-expected chorus.
#2. Cabu Feat. Vanessa Elisha – Signs
This one’s grown on me big time. It definitely is a slow burn, with a pretty calm intro and some delicate vocals from Vanessa Elisha. Digging the change of pace midway through tho.
#1. Litany – Go Out
La la la. Another week, another disgustingly-charming track for the duo at Litany. The queen (and king) of bedroom pop have really nailed their sound, and it sucks me in every single time.
#5. Tones And I – Dance Monkey
Fantastic video and fantastically catchy. Love the raspy, unique vocals.
#4. Yellow Shoots – Everything
Back to back weeks of Yellow Shoots, who has been dominating my playlist with his offbeat, eccentric electro jams.
#3. Vandelux – Know Some
Deep house club vibes, and a track that is just begging to be remixed to oblivion.
#2. Lover – Starving
Lover is very quickly becoming one of my favorite up and coming artists, with his unique sound and clever, saccharine sounds making for some perfect loungin-around-the-house music.
#1. Unlike Pluto – Everything About Nothing
Unlike Pluto puts out too much music for me to keep up with (which really says something, as I listen to an absurd amount of music every day). Everything About Nothing has been at or near the top of my rotation for a few weeks now (yes, we are currently working through a backlog).