Best New Tracks
Is there any explanation needed for this pick? After decades transforming mainstream music and culture, David Bowie’s last known recordings have been released on the four-song EP, No Plan. The titular track was originally recorded for the Lazarus soundtrack and it is no less genius than what was released in 2016.
Migos is one of the most culturally influential rap names today. After making the internet explode with their 2013 debut album, Versace, Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset are back with their their new album, Culture. The 12-track compilation is filled with beats worth listening to on-repeat, but the hottest song just may be Get Right Witcha.
On February 3rd, Tokimonsta is set to release Young Art Sound, a compilation from her very own label Young Art, featuring remixes of previously released songs and music from friends like allie, GITCHII, and label mate Cri. Here’s a little taste of the compilation. Get ready to be drenched in sensual energy.
In 2016, new artist QUINN XCII released his EP, Bloom, and now he’s back with his new single, Straightjacket. It’s a catchy and very bouncy track that will put a little pep in your step! It would fit in nicely on pop radio, which makes us think that 2017 is going to be a good year for this Michigan native.
Watch out Lana Del Rey! There’s a new cool girl in town romanticizing Los Angeles with an intoxicating croon. New York-based songstress NIIA is back with a smoking hot new single called Last Night In Los Feliz and we can’t wait to share it with you.
Los Angeles based duo MAKO is destined for a radio-friendly hit with their brand new single, Real Life. MAKO members Alex Seaver and Logan Light collaborated with Morgan Page on the track, and they ended up created an uplifting, fun and memorable three minutes of pure indie pop fun that is bound to grab them some deserved attention.
New Zealand-based artist Tsorf (pronounced like surf) is here with some downtempo goodness on her latest track, Hold on to Me. Her ethereal vocals are simply magical on this third single, and they glide over pulsating 80s’-inspired synths and subtle atmospherics beautifully.