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Spindle Selects: Tracks Of The Week

Friday 22 February 2019

Miro Shot – ‘Leaders in A Long Lost World

‘Leaders in a Long Lost World,’ the debut single from the London-based collective Miro Shot, is a genre-bending assortment of layers and textures that combine to form a sound that has never been heard before. Backed by a dynamic beat and nuanced with layers of synth and spacy vocals, the track is completely mesmerizing from beginning to end.

Clean Cut Kid – ‘I Don’t Like You but I Love You

Two and a half minutes of energizing 70’s infused indie-pop, ‘I Don’t Like You but I Love You’ is the newest single off of Clean Cut Kid’s upcoming sophomore album, PAINWAVE. The track is driven by a stomping guitar riff and fuzzy bassline overlaid with intertwining vocal melodies and a sublime chorus.After much anticipation, PAINWAVEis set to be released on the 29thMarch with an accompanying UK tour.

Collard- ‘Warrior Cry

‘Warrior Cry,’ the newest single from South London based Soul Singer Collard, offers a refreshing change in pace from the status quo of today’s music scene. Opening with a smooth piano followed by Collard’s sultry falsetto, the track seamlessly blends atmospheric production with a powerful poetic sensibility. The first song shared from his debut album set for release in April, this is only just the beginning.

Cat Burns- ‘Cheater’

What at first appears to be a breezy pop track, a look beneath the surface reveals that ‘Cheaters,’ the newest single from singer-songwriter Cat Burns, holds nothing back. With vocals that demand attention and a gift for creating relatable, soulful-pop tracks, she is undoubtedly a hotly-tipped newcomer to watch this year.

FletcherUndrunk

Have you ever sent a drunk text that you regretted, or maybe said something you shouldn’t? Then Undrunk is the track you need to listen to! A song about wanting to move on from a failed relationship this Fletcher most relatable song yet!

Casey Lowry – Roam

A fine slice of breezy, uplifting guitar-pop from newcomer Casey Lowry. The new single comes off the back of Casey’s debut EP ‘Beach Blue’ and ahead of his tour with Jack & Jack. Recently signed to First Access Entertainment (home to Rira Ora and Kara Marni)the future looks bright for the definite one to watch for 2019

Santino Le SaintFeel Like Drugs

Feel Like Drugs combines hard-hitting beats, excellent production and the hypnotizing voice of Santino Le Saint for an ear-pleasing track. In the same lane as The Weeknd and Drake is a heartbreaking track about love and the loss of the spark that once was. If your in ya feels add this to your rotation.

Noah SleeDGAF – DKVPZ Remix

Noah Slee already brought the heat with track DGAF but the remix brings it to a whole new level. The R&B–latin infused track is the perfect mix we never knew we needed. The track is included in Noah Slee recent release of Otherland EP (Remixes) which also include remixes for Reality and Instore. If you haven’t already listened your missing out.

Sundara KarmaLittle Smart Houses

’80’s, ’80’s, ’80s is the vibe that we get listening to Sundara Karma’s new track Little Smart Houses. The minute you start this song you’ll instantly feel the happiness of a summer day. Sounding a bit like 80’s heavy hitters David Bowie and The Human League Little Smart Houses is the perfect song for music lovers–older and younger–everywhere.

IAMDDBGive Me Something

Full of psychedelic R&B production and dreamy lyrics, IAMDDB’s Give Me Something is an amazing track. The lyrics ” I rather be a BOSS than a sorry a** hoe” is an absolute mood that we’ll be taking with us through 2019. Give Me Something holds a spot on her latest album Swervvvvv.5, a beautiful album full of R&B goodness.

Kehlani and Dom Kennedy – Nunya

Nunya is an amazing song about moving on and letting go. Kehlani and Dom Kennedy are the perfect duo with her soulful voice and sharp lyrics and his smooth bars and swag perfectly meld together. If you just moved on from a EX boo thang than add this to your playlist. Make sure to listen to her new album While We Wait.

P!nkWalk Me Home

Fresh off of winning the Outstanding Contribution Award at the 2019 Brit Awards, P!nk is back with new single Walk Me Home. An inspirational track with an amazing production and her powerhouse voice that leaves us with goosebumps. P!nk has been a staple in music industry for over two decades and we can’t wait to hear more from the unapologetic singer.

CXLOE – I Can’t Have Nice Things

We are loving this new track by CXLOE. With a unique and beautiful sound I Can’t Have Nice Things is the perfect song to put on your playlist. The lyrics are relatable, the music and production is out of this world, and CXLOE vocals are insane. She is definitely an artist to watch!

Lula Miranda –The Ride 

Lula Miranda is back and has released her latest single “The Ride.” With melodies that seep into your brain, and beats that sample from her Latin culture, this latest song can’t be beaten. Effortlessly switching from English to Spanish, you almost don’t notice that she’s singing in a different language. With a talent like that and great production to back it, Lula is beginning to shine and showing us what she is capable of.

Sandro Cavazza – Used To remixes

Sandro Cavazza just launched his new remix package for “Used To,” enlisting the help of BEAUZ (Zedd, Cash Cash) and Ruhde (The Chainsmokers, ZYLØ). “Used To” looks at the yearning we have for the times when everything was working and beautiful and the pain we feel in not understanding where it all went wrong. Both BEUZ and Rhude have their own take on the single and each is equally as mesmerizing and emotional as the original.

Stealth –“Black Heart” video

Just last week rising UK artist Stealth released his blues-pop-rock emotion anthem “Black Heart” featuring the iconic Dap-Kings. Now he’s returned with a music video filmed in Brooklyn, NY at the Dap-Kings acclaimed studio. We get a behind the scenes look at their jam / recording session of the track. Filmed in black and white, the video is on brand for the singer and adds to the funky blues vibes of the track.

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