Best New Tracks

Bishop Briggs newest single Baby seemingly answers the question: What would happened if you replaced the baked in darkness and misogyny of a Lana Del Rey track and replaced it with levity and vulnerability?
Bayside pop punk bros SWMRS are back and angrier than ever. On Berkley’s On Fire the band snarls and rages all the while giving you a brief history lesson about that other famous university in Northern California.
Black Sweat, one of the leading singles off of Anthology 1995 - 2010 offers a chance to both re-appreciate latter-day Prince as well as reflect on his musical legacy.
The band's new track Normal People, off their first full-length studio release in four years, premieres this week with a music video that perfectly captures the bands indie vs hardcore dichotomy.
Last month British indie rockers and an IT Guy’s idea of cool guys alt-j announced a remix album to their 2017 masterclass Relaxer. The aptly named Reduxer is due out at the end of September and to tide us over until then the trio released the opening track 3WW.
Los Angeles-based duo Sextile call their music primitive post punk from outer space, which is certainly a fitting description of their new song Spun.
Moses Sumney made a name for himself by crafting experimental soul music which often sounded like it had arrived here from a different dimension. But on Rank & File, the closing track off his new EP Black in Deep Red, 2014, he follows the well worn tradition of protest songs.
Summer may be on its last legs according to the calendar, although the weather seems to have no interest in cooperating. Neither does Philippine-born and current residence of Los Angeles Sweater Beats. His latest single Enemy feat. Sorana is the summer banger you’ve been waiting for.

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