#5. Harrison Brome – Coconut Cream
Not the first Harrison Brome song we’ve featured… and likely not the last.
#4. Qwiet Type – Colors In My Dreams (Taylor Franklyn Remix)
https://soundcloud.com/taylor-franklyn // https://soundcloud.com/qwiettype
5-10 years ago, remixes were EVERYTHING. Now it seems to be an exception, not the norm, when I come across a remix that catches my ears.
#3. Mcamp – Can’t Watch You Fall
Just a really nice, “take home to your mom” kinda track.
#2. Goodboy Noah feat. Brasstracks – Backseat
You know what to expect from Brasstracks, but Goodboy Noah feels like a relative newcomer to the scene… and has delivered a gooey pop track.
#1. Almost Monday – Cool Enough
Almost Monday are starting to make some big moves in my playlist… consistently releasing tracks of pure fun.
#5. 1990nowhere Feat. Olivver the Kid & Lostboycrew – Picasso
There’s a lot going on with the features on this one… but it’s got some solid radio pop qualities to it.
#4. No Suits – Sega Genesis
A No Suits track that sounds so very No Suits. A catchy first line, catchy wordplay and just a summer time groove embedded throughout.
#3. Weirdo – Transcendence
A moody, brooding track from from Weirdo.
#2. Merchant feat. John Taylor & Mindi Abair – Dead Days & Gatorade
Lots of heavy features in tracks today. Here’s a chorus for ya that’ll be stuck in your head days after.
#1. Jungle – Lifting You
Stop the presses. New Jungle album finally dropped… and while we had heard many of the tracks as pre-released singles, it’s still a big day. While I don’t think this was as strong an offering as
For Ever was, it’s full of charm and a brilliant album that’ll make for some kick ass live performances.