Songs of the Week 220: June 16 – June 22

argo & wasp#5. Argonaut&Wasp – Monacillo

It took a solid couple weeks, but I finally came around on the new A&W track. Pretty sure it’s the guitar twangs that did it for me.

linier#4. Pat Lok & Party Pupils – From The Back (Linier Remix) //

This is a total throwback jam, if we could count tracks that feel like they are from the early 2000s as throwback. Back to the era of when everything was a remix.

weirdos#3. Dwilly – Crayola (Weirdos Remix) //

Dwilly is everywhere these days, but Weirdos absolutely nail it with this remix. So so good.

vlush#2. Vlush – Byof

Went on a Soundcloud adventure this past week and stumbled upon vlush. Best prepare yourselves, because there is a lot of music coming from this dude over the next few weeks on this blog. His discography is ridic.

gallant#1. Gallant – Sharpest Edges

Next to Please? (Vignette), IMO this is the best Gallant track to date. Dude is straight up amazing.

Songs of the Week 179: September 2 – September 8

Processed with VSCO with q5 preset#5. Thenwhen – Love Me Later

This has got some major promise. Love the sound, and for a debut track there’s some good pieces. Excited to see what’s coming up from this new duo.

gallant#4. Gallant – Haha No One Can Hear You!

Feel like it’s been ages since Gallant has graced these pages. It hasn’t been because lack of content – Gallant’s been releasing regularly over the past year or so – just there hasn’t been anything that’s really caught my ear until Haha No One Can Hear You!.

no rome#3. No Rome Feat. The 1975 – Narcissist

Sugar pop. Then again, when The 1975 is featured on a track should we really expect anything else? Love the production and bouncing background vocal sample.

dom ford#2. Dom Ford Feat. Lexi Shanley – Whatever I Want

This has been stuck in my head for the past week or two. Lexi Shanley’s vocals are stupid catchy. It’s a pretty gentle track and has that “made for radio” feel.

jerry folk#1. Jerry Folk – Charlotte

Goddman man. I don’t know what it is about Jerry Folk’s music, but it just hits me. It’s weird, yet catchy. It makes me want to dance, despite not really being “dancy”. That first vocal loop is gorgeous.