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Pitch & Sync Releases Latest Banging 'Tracks of the Week'

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Pitch and Sync's latest playlist contains sonic gems ranging from boogie to pensive indie

Pitch & Sync Releases Latest Banging 'Tracks of the Week'

Pitch & Sync has released its latest Tracks of the Week.

This week's playlist reveals the latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums that the sound company has been listening to in their weekly installment of Tracks of the Week. Read the statement below to discover how they selected this week's tunes. 

‘It’s been a really busy week for us here at P&S and you’d think that would stop us from finding some quality music, however it’ll take a lot for us to resist discovering the latest sonic gems. Ranging from boogie to pensive indie, here is some of the best the past week had to offer.’

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OUTSIDE BY ART SCHOOL GIRLFRIEND


From her second EP, 'Into the Blue Hour', which documents her move from London to Margate, Art School Girlfriend embraces the openness and depth that her new surroundings bring to her music in this track.


HOW CAN I LOVE YOU? BY YELLOW DAYS

 

Previously a bit of a lone wolf, only releasing solo tracks, Yellow Days returns with his first release since April, this time with a group of musicians on this soulful and catchy number.


SARARA BY VHOOR

 

Featuring a sample from popular Brazilian soul singer Sandra de Sá, up-and-coming producer VHOOR brings a slice of Bela Horizonte groove to the airwaves, complete with thumping bass and gorgeous synths.

 

ATLANTIC BLACK BY MAKAYA MCCRAVEN

 

This sprawling piece from jazz drummer Makaya McCraven is truly mesmerising. Featuring some of the best jazz musicians on brass and cello, this track is nine minutes of eclectic music at its finest.


WHY DIDN’T YOU STOP ME? BY MITSKI

 

Since it’s release a while ago, we can’t stop listening to Mitski’s latest album, 'Be the Cowboy'. This catchy track is probably a highlight, complete with plenty of synth and an undeniable edge.

 

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Pitch & Sync, Mon, 01 Oct 2018 14:40:37 GMT