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Discover New Tunes with Rob Dunham From A-MNEMONIC

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Indulge in music from Tigertown, Anna Of The North, Foo Fighters and more

Discover New Tunes with Rob Dunham From A-MNEMONIC

If you like to discover new and interesting music then read on. Every week Rob Dunham from London based music production company A-MNEMONIC shares his Top 10 of the latest releases and tracks that you might have previously missed, for you to enjoy!

First on my playlist is ‘Warriors’ by Tigertown. The track is the latest testament to the band’s knack for creating pop songs that feel huge and triumphant, yet all at once warm with an infectious and danceable energy. A song about the divide between fantasy and reality, ‘Warriors’ carries on themes of love and introspection which lie behind much of Tigertown’s lyricism. It explores the internal monologue of two people who experience an idealised love in their dreams, which they can never quite transfer into the actuality of everyday life.

Another one of my favourite tracks this week is by Anna Of The North, who marry razor-edged words with honey-sweet pop vibes on the new single ‘Money’. The tune follows July belter "Someone". As with the rest of the LP, it was recorded in Oslo and mixed by Luke Smith (Foals, Depeche Mode).

Last on my list this week is a new single from the Foo Fighters, who have unleashed their new track ‘The Sky Is a Neighbourhood.’ This is the second single from their upcoming album, Concrete and Gold. Frontman Dave Grohl says, “One night I was lying out looking up at stars. Just imagining all of these stars as places that have life on them as well, and I decided that the sky is a neighbourhood, that we need to keep our shit together in order to survive in this universe full of life. But I had no music yet. I just had the title. So everyday I would walk around, kind of humming this thing in my head.” Eventually, Grohl and the rest of Foo Fighters did finish the song, over the course of a single afternoon.You can listen to my playlist here:

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A-MNEMONIC, Wed, 30 Aug 2017 13:01:30 GMT