Our top tracks of the week
While Yeezy is considering yet another name change for his upcoming album, everyone else is recovering from their Saturday madness, our search continues to gather thoughts on our favourite tracks this week. While the artists we chose may not be generating vital Twitter hashtags, we still think these offerings deserve broader attention.
Emmo: Louis The Child feat. K. Flay – It’s Strange
Production duo Louis The Child have teamed up with the San Fran artist K.Flay for this fresh new track titled ‘It’s Strange’. Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett aka Louis The Child, have been putting glitchy dance beats out to the public for a little while now. This new track takes a slightly different turn to their previous big bustling productions as it flourishes with comfy feeling where synth chords sizzle over a fire of exquisitely produced beats. Track features vocals from K. Flay, who is normally known for her rapping. On this track she sings over this magnificent production.
Ross: AJ Tracey – Sprit Bomb Remix
AJ Tracey is one of the biggest rising stars in the grime scene. He broke through earlier this year with ‘The Front‘, a six-track EP ultimately putting grime on the map. Few weeks ago he dropped into Red Bull Studios London where he recorded Spirit Bomb with a host of MCs. The anticipation has been high for this one.
Oisin: Terror Danjah HDR007
Terror Danjah teases the new year with the revival of his Hardrive label. In an exclusive interview with Dummy Mag he talks about his plans for 2016 and what to expect from him.
Max: Wayvy & Analoga – Be Alone
Free release which definitely deserves some recognition as the track is only sitting on 46 listens after 3 weeks. Check it out as Wayvy & Analoga bring huge production values to the table deserve your listen on this Bicep-esque stomper.
Peter: Smoke DZA – Morals Ft. Snoop Dogg (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
On his latest track “Morals” Smoke DZA invites Snoop Dogg to talk about lack of authenticity. They call out people for faking their gang affiliations, disloyalty and snitching. But as much as they loath this kind of behavior they understand that it all comes down to upbringing. “We just grew up different” is what they say accompanied by deep, guitar sounds and plenty of drum knocking.
Jake: CHINO AMOBI AND NATASHA BEDINGFIELD DISCUSS VAGINAL ARCHITECTURE w/ TOTAL FREEFALL
Gay club gods, Venus X and Total Freedom are launching a new series of truly trippy parties named under the name of GHE20G0TH1K which will be held on Friday nights in Brooklyn. They have brought out big guns and one of them is this bootleg, piece that will surely become the anthem of the night.
Rafael: Carlo Ruetz – Ordinary House (Wigbert Remix)
Carlo’s first proper release on Deeperfect. Remix of this ‘Ordinary House’ by Wigbert features for a more darker vibe in comparison to the original. Track lets its rhythm do the talking with the synths bringing the wholesome doom.