Today’s two essential tracks come from Melbourne’s orchestral pop project Wintercoats and Montreal’s Mozarts sister. For this remix of Mozartz Sister’s “Don’t Leave It To Me” Candence Weapon speeds up the the tempo, chops it up an a bit and then raps a few lines over the latest production. And yes, it’s as amazing as you’re imagining it to be right now.Halogen Moon by Wintercoats (via yourmusicradar.com)
Only Andrew Wyatt could make the lyrics “Crackheads falling through the bannisters” sound as lovely as on “Harlem Boyzz,” the second single off his newly released album Descender. Meanwhile, across the pond, we have a rising popstar who borrows her name from Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.” Her first single “Who Am I” sounds like it would be right at home on Gwen Stefan’s fist solo album Love. Angel. Music. Baby.Harlem Boyzz by Andrew Wyatt (via nylonmag.com)
Today’s first essential track comes from writer/producer/musician extraordinaire Max Frost. Yup, he wrote, produced, recorded and played every instrument on this track. Color us impressed.
The second track that we insist you have listen to comes from Swedish electro-pop trio NONONO. It’s the perfect spring time jam. You’ll definitely catch yourself whistling along.White Lies by Max Frost (via yourmusicradar.com)
It’s no surprise that a Harry Fraud produced joint featuring Action Bronson is anything less than stellar. You didn’t need us to tell you that. On the other hand, you may need us to tell you that this track from Valentina the Italian by way of England pop singer is definitely something that you shouldn’t miss out on.Compliments to The Chef by Action Bronson (feat. Lauriana Mae) (via potholesinmyblog.com)
It’s no secret that my Achilles’ heel is anything pop created in Scandinavia. So let me introduce you to my favorite new Swede Frida Sundemo. The second introduction of the day goes to Phoria whose created this beautifully sad piece of electronica aimed to tug at your heart strings. If you only listen to two songs today make sure it’s these two.Home by Frida Sundemo (via soundcloud.com)
Today’s first essential track comes from Seattle based Belgian Fog the new solo project of alt-pop artist Robert Dale. The second track features the silky vocals of UK based newcomer Laura Welsh mixed with the prolific production talents of Dev Hynes. If you’re into the stuff he’s worked on with Solange or Sky Ferreira then you’ll be sure to dig this track too.Wait For Help by Belgian Fog (via inlove-notlimbo.com)
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