Lee Majors Come Again
It's been around in various forms for over a year, but this cut from the new 'Hot Sauce Committee' album is pure rap-punk perfection.
The standout track from Woon's current album. It works despite being only two steps from sounding like late-1990s UK garage.
The Luxembourg-based solo artist makes dark, semi-orchestral synth wave. An all-consuming yet minimalist bassline dominates.
This shadowy track forms the B-side to recent single "Stay". Builds to a deliciously reverb-laden beat, before the song fades to a woozy close.
Deconstructed keyboard-led pop. Mathe's part-crooned, part-falsetto vocals tremble with emotion throughout.
Finally some guitars. Kind of. Other Lives' barely there acoustic fumblings are given life by melancholic synths, and a glorious cello riff. It will please Fleet Foxes fans.
My Panda Shall Fly
Video-games melodies merge with UK grime-style synths.
Things Will Change
Acoustic country-rock may not be innovative, but TF play with just enough passion to keep the listener engaged.
Unorthodox piano-led pop, with tongue firmly in cheek.Reuse content