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Pitch and Sync's Tracks of The Week | 04.11.19

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This weeks selection features new music from Tame Impala, Denis Sulta, La Roux, Alfie Templeman and Sam Smith

Pitch and Sync's Tracks of The Week | 04.11.19

With bonfire night looming on the horizon, we’ve decided to spend most of our day hoarding fireworks for tomorrow's celebrations and have only taken a brief break to share five new tracks out this week that we’re absolutely loving. Bit of a mix in this weeks selection with some classic artists putting music out again alongside some killer fresh artists.



It Might Be Time by Tame Impala

Finally announcing the name of the long awaited 4th LP, The Slow Rush, Tame Impala have dropped the second track, 'It Might Be Time', to the delight of fans around the world. An introspective track commenting on Kevin Parker's worries around releasing music again, the new track features huge lo-fi drums, squealing synths and blissful vocal moments.


In~Narito by Denis Sulta

Glaswegian DJ, Denis Sulta has this week released two more tracks in the lead up to his full release, Aye Spoake Te Sumwuhn & Theay Listenhd, out later this year through Ninja Tune. The first of the two (and record opener), 'In~Narito' is a late night, minimal track with delicate bouncing synths and a throbbing beat.