Playlist

Spindle Selects: Tracks Of The Week

Friday 18 January 2019

RudimentalScared of Love (feat. RAY BLK & Stefflon Don)

East London Queen Stefflon Don, rising star RAY BLK and the hit factory collective Rudimental have created a sonically pleasing pop tune. Influences from of British afrobeat and Scandi pop marry well together.


Gesaffelstein Lost In The Fire (feat. The Weeknd)

Another collaboration between The Weeknd and French producer Gesaffelstein, The Weeknd is going back to darker melancholic sounds, as he tweeted the day after the release ‘no more daytime music’. Also shown in the mystic aesthetics in the video.

The Japanese HouseMaybe You’re the Reason

A Soomth Ambient indie-pop track, and a teaser for The Japanese House first full album  ‘Good At Falling’ that will be released March 1st.

Lauren JaureguiMore Than That

Following up her first solo single ‘Expectations’ after the split of Fifth Harmony, Lauren Jauregui dropped More Than That. Melodic with smooth beats and girl power lyrics.

James BlakePower On

Assume Form, the latest release from James Blake, is everything that can be expected and unexpected, simultaneously. Featuring a familiar melancholy, dark tone, the track ‘Power On’ is full of varied textures that leave listeners discovering new elements and nuances with every listen.

HozierAlmost (sweet music)

This chill, subtle tune from Hozier leaves you feeling relaxed and refreshed. His always-catchy choruses ensures this track will be running through your head day and night.

Tom WalkerJust You And I

From his much-anticipated debut album ‘What a Time to be Alive,’ UK breakout Tom Walker shares new track ‘You and I.’ The visuals that accompany the track embody everything that his music represents- a sense of relatability and innocence that allow his fans to resonate with his music. The video explores the idea of finding romance in the most unexpected of places- a concept that offers a sense of hope amidst chaos. 

SigridDon’t Feel Like Crying

If you had enough of shedding tears and feeling defeated, you need to give this track a listen ASAP! Sigrid’s newest single is about letting go of the tears and negativity. Lesson learned Sigrid…lesson learned!

Loyle Carner (feat. Kiko Bun and Rebel Kleff)You Don’t Know

Sick beats, engaging lyrics and amazing flows can be used to describe Loyle Carner’s new track. Featuring Rebel Kleff and Kiko Bun, the record is a sure fire banger.

Dan Caplen – Love Me the Same

This beautiful new track is an epic love song we all need. Caplen delivers his beautiful voice and adds amazing background vocals from a fantastic choral group. If you need a new song to add to your playlist for BAE Love Me the Same is for you.

Maggie RogersBurning

Rogers is starting 2019 with a BANG! Straight off of her new album Heard It In The Past, this mesmerising track is the perfect love song that will make the heart flutter and thoughts wandering to your special someone. Make sure to also check out the other 11 tracks from Heart It In The Past

City Girls (feat. Cardi B) TWERK

If your looking for a booty shaking anthem that will turn up ANY party than you chose the right track. City Girls and Cardi B deliver hard hitting bars and addictive beats. After listening to this track you wanna TWERK all up and down street hunny!

Toro y Moi – Monte Carlo

The wait is finally over- Outer Peace- the sixth album from Toro y Moi is here. Featured on the album is ‘Monte Carlo,’ a collaboration between Toro y Moi and Wet, two artists that complement each other in all the right ways. Layered with spacey beats and dreamy vocals, the track is the chill we all needed.

Ariana Grande – 7 rings

Grande’s lasted single is ABSOLUTE FIRE! Sampling from Sound of Music’s My Favorite Things, and supplying clever lyrics that are sure to become instagram captions you cant .

Odette – ‘Magnolia’ 

Following such a rapturous response to her performing the cover originally for triple j’s ‘Like A Version’ session, Odette shares with us her beautiful take on Gang Of Youths’ track ‘Magnolia’ available from today to buy and stream. The cover will also feature on Odette’s highly anticipated debut album ‘To A Stranger’ (out Feb 8th). 

Call Me Loop – Silly Boy

Call Me Loop kickstarts 2019 as she means to go on by releasing another top-notch pop banger! It’s safe to say that ‘Silly Boy’ will be on the Spindle office playlist for a LONG time to come. The infectious pop-bop is taken from Call Me Loop’s new EP ‘Drama’, which is available to pre-order now.


MIO – With Love

‘With Love’ is the newest release from Sweden’s MIO, who have enticed us for the last few months with a string of all-out pop perfection. The track is taken from the debut EP ‘So what do we do now?’, which is released today.

Lula Miranda – Cherry Kiss unplugged video

International singer/songwriter Lulu Miranda has already stunned us with her latest single and video for “Cherry Kiss.” Now she’s back to show off her latin pride with her sweet melodic vocals backed by effervescent beats all while incorporating banjo in her unstripped video of the track and paying homage to Camila Cabello. Having opened up for acts such as Halsey, Maren Morris, and Niall Horan, and performing at sold-out venues in Argentina and Spain, Lulu is showing the world that she is ready to be a star.

Filous – Bicycle ft. klei (YOUNOTUS remix)

German DJ/Producer duo YOUNOTUS takes on Austrian Producer/Remixer Filous’ “Bicycle,” giving it up an upbeat makeover you can dance to. Layering English songstress klei’s enticing vocals over sonically complex, high-energy beats, this remix is insanely infectious. The initial release landed on multiple New Music Friday playlists and has accumulated over 3 million streams on Spotify to date. YOUNOTUS help raise this indie-pop bop to the next level.

Lil Halima – Hold Me

This soulful track is an amazing edition to Lil Halima music catalog. Full of sick synths and hard hitting beats Hold Me is definitely a stand out track that needs to be heard .

Check out all the tracks on our playlist below and on Spotify: