5 Hot Tracks For Placement

 

Heaven
Chrysta Bell

 

David Lynch's smoldering muse shares her haunting and precious obsession with an absent lover on Heaven. Produced by PJ Harvey collaborator, John Parish, Heaven envelopes us in a sophisticated embrace of moody guitar work, driving backbeats, shimmering cymbals, and a crystal clear sax riff. As always, Chrysta Bell delivers a signature sultry and ethereal vocal performance with the utmost class.

 
 
 

Grant Green
MR JUKES x Charles Bradley

 

Mr Jukes, also known as Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club, adventures into nostalgic and funky territory on Grant Green. Featuring a clever sample of Ain't It Funky, we drop into a horn heavy paradise of glorious drum fills, melodic feel-good basslines and vintage synth sounds. Supported by silky female harmonies, invincible soul man, Charles Bradley passionately proclaims undying love in true James Brown fashion. His incendiary, rattling vocal leaves you positively awe struck. 

 

Atoms To Atoms
Eyes on The Shore

 

Transcending all boundaries, Eyes On The Shore magically blend elements of psychedelic indie rock, chill wave, and 80's tinged electronic pop. Atoms to Atoms transports you to an opulent universe of acid-laced guitar riffs, bubbling synths, exotic rhythms, and soaring vocals. Only a California band could make something this palatial feel effortlessly cool. 

 
 
 

MISS ME
LEIKELI47

 

Have no time for bullshit? Miss Me is your new anthem. Mysterious Jay-Z endorsed Brooklyn bred rapper, Leikeli47 goes hard on big talkers and lames with finesse, swagger, and cut. This energetic clap driven banger exudes nothing but confidence. The rhythmic, faux-operatic harmonies on the hook nod to the glory days of 00's Timbaland. Sleep on this ill queen MC no more.

 

Sorry
Nothing But Thieves

 

Essex alternative rock band, Nothing But Thieves take a hard look in the mirror and get confessional on Sorry. Minimal yet powerful by design, Conor Mason's authentically heart-wrenching vocal performance sits front and center, surrounded by steadfast electric guitar and atmospheric accents. By the second chorus, the crashing drums evoke a call for redemption. We are left wondering if he can salvage this fractured relationship after all.