Pitch & Sync reveals their latest Tracks of the Week featuring the latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums that they’ve been listening to.
Read their statement below to see how they picked these audial bangers.
"This week we feel spoilt here at P&S. With releases coming thick and fast, we had so much to choose from. The hard part of selecting just six tracks is done, now just sit back, and take it all in".
This track is taken from the latest mix released by UK bass scion Batu. The Bristol producer Cleyra’s opening ‘Naked’, takes jazz-inflected chords and smears them with a clicking beat in a dissonant shimmer.
Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay have teamed up to form new project, LUMP. Inspired by early 20th century surrealism and the absurdist poets Edward Lear and Ivor Cutler, this collaboration is just brilliant!
The majority of the track is built from a duet of Isaiah Barr’s tenor sax and Roy Nathanson’s alto sax, their two instruments lazily strutting around each other like alley cats ready to tango.
Much of the track is driven by the lust that accompanies puppy love, emotions that are the backbone of countless pop tracks. But Syd’s smooth, lilting vocals take this track to a very euphoric place.
It makes sense that Olafur Arnalds is seen to be hot on the heels of Nils Frahms classical and ambient excellence. New track 'unfold' features Sohn’s smooth vocals that work as an echo to the already beautifully produced neo-classical track.
It’s safe to say that UK producer Ross From Friends is breaking new ground in 2018. A heavily layered instrumental foundation riddled with quirky sound bites and samples that mould together effortlessly.
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Genres: Music & Sound Design
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