#5. Parcels – Tape
Wholesome music makers Parcels are back with a new album full of tracks to melt your worries away.
#4. Georgi Kay – Toxins
Loving those chorus synths. Been a big fan of the stuff Georgi Kay has put out this year.
#3. Mesita – Yaoi Prince
My adoration of Mesita is well documented, so don’t think this track really needs any explanation. Classic Mesita.
#2. Khalid – Vertigo
New Khalid Ep was wonderful. A bunch of tracks were keepers, with Vertigo being the standout song IMO.
#1. Phoebe Ryan Feat. Tove Lo – Heart Attack
The Neon Gold label/blog has been a staple of mine since I came across it many many moons ago. I somewhat credit them for introducing me to the world of music blogs. While they don’t release as much music these days as they used to (C’mon Neon… it’s been like 4 months since you’re last track post!!), they did release a celebration album featuring tracks new and old from some of their biggest stars. I like me some Phoebe Ryan, but I’m a total sucker for another Tove Lo gets involved in. Her contributions to this track really win me over.
#5. Navvi – Human Highlight Reel
There’s something very calming about the atmospheric Human Highlight Reel. That is, until the panic-inducing guitar chords start ripping near the end…
#4. Curren$y – 67 Turbo Jet
Curren$y is one of my all-time fav hip hop artists. While this track ain’t new, it recently got a re-release (along with a few other classics), giving me a good excuse to go back and re-visit the chilled-out weed rap king.
#3. Bob Moses – Back Down
New album by Bob Moses strikes me as very similar to their previous record. A catalog of tracks that are brilliant and perfect as background music to groove to. Nothing really sticks out and grabs my attention, but I find myself bobbing along to almost every single track.
#2. Khalid – Better
While I’m very (VERY) slowly getting sick of how much this dude gets played anywhere I go, I can’t help but acknowledge how damn good all his tracks are.
#1. Akine – Money In Your Mouth
By far the catchiest of the tracks shared this week. Self-described by Akine as anti-pop, I can totally see this tracking making it’s way into an H&M or Starbucks in the very near future.