Best New Tracks

Whatever Comes to Mind has that kind of earnest indie-chill bedroom producer vibe that will make fans of artists like Toro Y Moi happy, off listening in headphones in their own bedrooms. MorMor melds all of this into a sexy sensual soulful crooning situation that could, should, and probably will be the next big thing.
“I know that everything's gonna be a waste of time,” is a hell of a battle cry to build a pop anthem around, yet Danish star Soleima (Sarah Mariegaard) is up to the challenge, doing just that with surprising ease and inspiring results with Pacify Me.
Hailing out of Brooklyn, New York, SAINt JHN's muted trap beats take his one-of-a-kind flow between soulful crooning, mumble rap and a more traditional rhyme flow. I wouldn’t have any clue how to categorize this sound or who else to loop him in with in the game so I won’t even try.
Some things are worth the wait. It took six years, a name change, and a change of coasts, but Waterbed (Formerly MVCLES) finally put out their debut album. And the Glo-fi is stronger than ever. FOREVER is fantastic electro pop. To go along with the brilliance of Sweet n Sour, there are also gems like Where U R.
Today at We Are The Guard our name is sure to be added to the list of useful idiots spreading Russian propaganda around the interwebs. No matter, IC3PEAK Sad Bitch is worth way more than our patriotism.
Water Me Down is a sturdy, pop ballad about holding true to yourself and not giving an eff about someone having a problem with the way you present yourself. Ever the classy lady with the impressive vocal chops, Mothica delivers the message with her silky tongue and catchy synth chords to boot.
At its best music has a way of breaking down barriers, bridging cultural gaps and leading us to the realization that we are all one and in this blessed mess together. So with that in mind, we can all agree that Bounce is 100% a song you can get down to.