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Pitch & Sync Releases Latest Tracks of The Week

Music & Sound
London, UK
Read to discover the artists who made Pitch & Sync’s latest Tracks of the Week

Music and sound agency Pitch & Sync reveal the latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums that they’ve been listening to in their weekly instalment of Tracks of the Week.

“This week marks the first of our festivals this summer. We will be heading down to Brighton for this years Great Escape Festival to check out the finest of new musical talent for 2018. Stay tuned for all our new updates, but for the time being enjoy our mix of the best of the rest from this weeks releases”.

Read to discover the artists who made Pitch & Syncs latest Tracks of the Week. 

Simian Mobile Disco - Caught In A Wave

Simian Mobile Disco team up with all female singing collective Deep Throat Choir for an adventurous full-length, that is their first album to prominently feature vocals in nearly a decade. The combination is dreamlike and sometimes even a bit nightmarish; this is certainly not “easy listening”. But it is well worth a listen!


Jon Hopkins - Feel First Life

The first pure piano melody of Jon Hopkins new album ‘Singularity’, recorded on an old tape recorder. A moment of acoustic simplicity, as a relief from all the electronics, on this excellent record.


Amber Mark - Conexão

Amber spends much of the EP playing with the rhythms and instrumentation of bossa nova. She makes her intentions clear by solidifying the title track with a classic, sensual beat, but ‘Conexãodoesn’t dip into gimmickry.


Brian Eno - New Moons

The unearthly ‘New Moons’ features a sparsely strummed guitar part with defined chords, aglow from start to finish, perhaps one haunted vocal away from fitting perfectly onto the song-based album that Eno fans have always wanted.


Emma-Jean Thackray - Ley Lines

From the horns to the choir, drums and the rest, ‘Ley Lineswas entirely written, produced, laid down and mixed by Emma-Jean herself. One of the rising stars of the UK jazz scene, championed by Gilles Peterson, Theo Parrish and more.


Whyte Horses - The Best Of It (Casino Mix)

Manchester’s Whyte Horses effortlessly tapped into a 60s pop meets 70s grit funk realm with their single ‘The Best Of It’ featuring La Roux. Now the track gets punchy & addictive with the Casino mix.

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