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The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, there’s an onslaught of new songs, which can only mean one thing around here—happy Friday.
If you’re not opposed to boogie-ing right on down, don’t sleep on Toronto-based producer Muneshine’s brand new track “Full Throttle,” featuring Darcys in all the glory of their electro-pop revamp. The disco-licked dance track zaps forward with the help of Jason Couse and Wes Marskell’s falsetto harmonies, and is guaranteed to shine the perfect neon light on any of your weekend galavanting.
Pop newcomer Dua Lipa has been releasing a steady, impressive trickle of singles and collabs for nearly a year, but today finally dropped a full body of work in the form of her debut self-titled LP. Covering off sultry, slow and pulsing on the new release, it’s this melodic album opener that stands out as particularly anthemic.
It might be impossible to not be impressed—even floored—by any new alt-J album because, let’s face it, the British alt-rockers always think outside of the box. Such is still the case on the brand new RELAXER, a dense eight-song album that experiments with everything from glitchy prog-rock to chamber ballads—and magical little stompers like this one.
Not unlike 2 Chainz’s other recent singles, today’s “4 AM” is just… a vibe. I think a good 50 per cent of that vibe can be attributed to Travis Scott’s auto-tuned golden touch, but hey, if a song makes you want to ditch your weekend pajama plans to turn up, it’s done something right.
And then, when the aforementioned turn up is over and you want to revisit those PJs, turn on Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach’s deliciously retro new album Waiting On A Song. On his second solo effort, Auerbach ditches the Keys’ played-out buzzy blues-rock for more of a late-60s-Beatles-meets-rootsy-Nashville flavour, thanks to some help from little-known legends like John Prine, Duane Eddy and Mark Knopfler.