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Pitch & Sync’s Tracks of the Week | 29.04.19

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Music and sound agency Pitch & Sync reveal the latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums that they’ve been listening to. This week features tracks from Marika Hackman, The Mauskovic Dance Band and Kornel Kovacs

Pitch & Sync’s Tracks of the Week | 29.04.19

You would think after last week’s dance-heavy playlist, we’d be all partied out, but nothing can keep team P&S down. With another three day weekend fast approaching, we thought it apt to put together another collection of songs that could soundtrack the bank holiday merriment. With some welcome returns from some old favourites such as Marika Hackman and Kornel Kovacs, we’re starting off our summer with a bang.



i’m not where you are by Marika Hackman


A departure from her previous folk-tinged indie rock sound, Marika Hackman returns with a synth heavy track that seems to suit her perfectly.


Work It Out by A-Trak


Would it even be a bank holiday without a bit of groove?! A-Trak is back with his signature French disco sound, the first of a set of new releases for this year. We can’t wait to hear more. 


Space Drum Machine by The Mauskovic Dance Band


A spacey, psychedelic start to the week, The Mauskovic Dance Band draw on their influences within Amsterdam’s underground scene to create this eclectic dance track.


Trembling Eyelids by Aldo


Brazilian duo Aldo dropped this seductive synth track that is nothing short of hypnotic. With a full length EP on the way, it’s a good taster of things to come.


Purple Skies by Kornel Kovacs


Serving as a reflection of his hometown of Stockholm, this rhythmic opening track from Kornel Kovacs’ latest album transports listeners to the Swedish city.


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Pitch & Sync, Mon, 29 Apr 2019 11:57:36 GMT