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The songs we can’t stop listening to.

Taylor Swift – “Look What You Made Me Do”

Okay, we’ll admit we had to listen to this song a couple of times (read: 56) before fully getting into it, but now we can’t get enough. That’s right, the old Taylor Swift is dead and the new one isn’t fucking about. Dropping the first track from her upcoming sixth album, reputation, “Look What You Made Me Do” sees Taylor taking on all those who’ve said shit about her in the past in a Right Said Fred sampling track that waves goodbye to her bubblegum pop image. Buckle up, because the new Taylor is coming for you.

IAMDDB – “Shade”

Hailing from Manchester, it’s time you got to know IAMDDB. Set to release her “Hood Rich” EP this Friday, the 21 year old has dropped the video to “Shade” and it is just too good. Drenched in an IDGAF attitude, as IAMDDB’s jazz-tinged vocals glide effortlessly over the trap beat, it’s clear that this is an artist you need to start paying attention to.

The Pale White – “Downer”

“Ever been chasing someone who loves to be chased? ‘Downer’ is about cutting loose ends and throwing yourself into Newcastle nightlife.” The Pale White say of their newest track. An in-your-face indie rock track, “Downer” is the latest banger from the Newcastle trio’s upcoming self-titled EP.

Kali Uchis – “Nuestro Planeta” feat. Reykon

Dropping her first track sung entirely in Spanish, triple threat vocalist/songwriter/producer Kali Uchis is back with the beautiful “Nuestro Planeto”. Talking on the track’s themes, Kali describes “Fantasizing about being with the person you thought someone was rather than the person they are now, without all the other factors and drama that got in the way of that fantasy.” Taken from her forthcoming debut album, we can’t wait to see what else she has in store.

Benjamin Clementine – “Jupiter”

On Benjamin Clementine‘s American artist’s visa it reads” “Alien of extraordinary ability.” It is this experience that formed the influence for his latest track “Jupiter”. Taken from his upcoming album I Tell A Fly, the follow-up to 2015’s Mercury Prize winning At Least For Now, it’s more proof of what a unique and astonishing artist Benjamin is, and we’re certain this album will be yet another game changer.

Jorja Smith X Preditah – “On My Mind”

Not gonna lie, pretty sure Jorja Smith is incapable of releasing a bad track. With her powerful soulful vocals, Jorja has teamed up with Grime producer Preditah to release the incredible “On My Mind”. A hypnotising piece of electronic music, it shows both artists at their best and we can’t stop listening.

The Rhythm Method – “Something For The Weekend”

Making their claim as the most exciting band around atm, The Rhythm Method are back with their latest banger, “Something For The Weekend”. A feel-good anthem with groovy off-kilter rhythms and their signature tongue-in-cheek pop culture references, if you don’t love the duo already you’re about to.

Raleigh Ritchie – “Lonely Summer”

Taking time out from being leader of the Unsullied, Raleigh Ritchie is back with new music. Dropping two new tracks – “Lonely Summer” and Chris Loco-collab “The River” – both are as equally as wonderful as each other, with Raleigh’s signature smooth vocals wowing on each. Brace yourself; Raleigh is coming.

INHEAVEN – “Stupid Things”

With their self-titled debut album set for release this Friday, INHEAVEN are giving us our last sneak peak with dreamy new song, “Stupid Things”. Roaring and romantic, the track is an exciting look at what the Brighton indie-rock darlings have up their sleeve for the new record. Bring on Friday.

Ariel Pink – “Feels Like Heaven”

The latest taste of his upcoming debut solo album, Dedicated to Bobby Jameson, Ariel Pink has released his newest track “Feels Like Heaven”. A shoegaze-esque love song, it’s a captivatingly dreamy pop track which will have you swaying along in no time.

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