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Sit Back and Listen to Pitch & Sync's Latest Tracks of the Week



Tanners, Ross From Friends and more feature in this week's instalment

Sit Back and Listen to 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.

There are a lot of brilliant new releases out there this week that are paying homage to older sounds and revitalising them. These tracks have the unique ability of sounding nostalgic whilst simultaneously having a fresh and distinct sound. Time to find a quiet space, sit back and just listen!

Empress in Reverse by Tanners

This catchy pop track from Brooklyn based singer-songwriter, Tanners is tinged with psychedelia and funk infused bass. We love it!

Pale Blue Dot by Ross From Friends

With an equally lo-fi and nostalgic video, this latest track from Ross From Friends has got us really excited for his forthcoming album release.

Best Hugs by Dram

DRAM’s latest release heavily borrows from '80s pop and R&B to deliver this sweet, yet soulful track.

Sleep by Conducta

Conducta pays homage to UKG with this track. With accompanying soulful vocals from Liv Dawson, this is the perfect garage-pop track for summer 2018.

The Gloves Don't Bite by Mildlife

A perfect mix of disco, jazz, funk and psychedelia, we love every second of this from Australia’s Mildlife.

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Pitch & Sync, Mon, 23 Jul 2018 12:36:45 GMT