6 New Tracks You Should Be Listening To
Here’s few new tracks to add to your personal rotation. Including bangers from Lea Porcelain, who will introduce you to the Berlin underground club scene, while your girl, Låpsley, will nurture you through your emotional turmoil the following day.
Matt Corby – ‘Oh Oh Oh’
Matt Corby is back with yet another sonic jam – ‘Oh Oh Oh’. A classy combination of jazz and RnB, lifted from his new album, Telluric. Corby once again demonstrates why he’s a true master of cultivating emotional lyrics and catchy hooks. He’s also on the Splendour bill, so see you in the grass.
Låpsley – ‘Cliff’
After announcing her spot at Splendour last week and her two headline Aus shows in July, we can’t get enough of the English singer/songwriter. Her new song, ‘Cliff’ comes from her recently released debut album, Long Way Home. The tune is emotionally overloaded and hauntingly brilliant and showcases the 19 year-old’s insane vocal talent whilst exploring the idea of a self-destructive lover. Repeat x repeat.
Lea Porcelain – ‘Out Is In’
Europeans are naturally gifted at creating killer electronic music, and German duo, Lea Porcelain, are no exception whatsoever. Simple, upbeat, and unique, this will 100% do the rounds locally, and abroad in the underground clubs of Berlin.
Emmy The Great – ‘Constantly’
‘Constantly’ is the most recent single to be lifted from Emmy The Great‘s, record Second Love. The British songstress, has matched choir harmonies, with a swirling synth beat and a neat electric riff. Like the majority of the tracks on the album, this one has a beautiful rise and fall.