Pitch & Sync
Tue, 17 Sep 2019 11:44:08 GMT
Is it just us or are we coming into that part of the year when all the really good music starts coming out? As per our Monday ritual, we've strung together a variety of cracking tracks to keep you sharp on the great music dropping all around us this week.
Tokyo Shuffle by The Breakfast Band
Prog-Jazz-Funk outfit, The Breakfast Band have had their bustling fusion hit, ‘Tokyo Shuffle’ re-released by Juicebox Recordings. The steel pan drums and pitched guitars work so well on this track that it could make even the most mundane tasks enjoyable.
Lark by Angel Olsen
Any day Angel Olsen releases music is always an absolutely fantastic day. 'Lark' is the second track released ahead of her record due to drop next month and is an epic, orchestral, swirling mass more than worthy of moment to itself.
Freckles by Pip Blom
Zooming guitars and dry, honest vocals deliver some catchy tips on how to treat your girl right. Pip Blom are the Netherlands' answer to fuzzy, low-fi, pop and their new track, ‘Freckles’ is just too good.
People’s Faces (Streatham Version) by Kate Tempest
Kate Tempest, the South London spoken word poet, rapper, playwright and prolific arts creative has released a shortened, 'Streatham Version’ of the chilling closer to her critically acclaimed 2019 album, ‘The Book of Traps and Lessons’.
On Ice (Elkka Remix) by Beacon
Femme Culture founder and London producer, Elkka, has had her stunningly chaotic rework of ‘On Ice’ released as part of a Gravity Pairs remix compilation of Beacon tracks.view more - CreativePitch & Sync, Tue, 17 Sep 2019 11:44:08 GMT