Ten tunes to turn up right now.
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Just press play on the playlist above or, if you're feeling mindful, you can go through it track by track below. (Warning: nsfw if you scroll all the down...)
Lust For Youth - "Stardom"
"All the lovers out there." From the Sacred Bones stable comes trotting out a new pop breed, glistening with melancholy, full of yearning for wide open spaces.
Kid Cudi - "Frequency"
Cudderland has welcomed two new great tracks these last couple of weeks, but this is a real stand-out: buzzing with the restlessness of his more experimental tracks but this time it has the built-in release of a well-oiled chorus.
Carlson - "Purgatory"
For those of you obsessing over credits, Carlson will be a familiar name, having worked with St. Vincent and Ariel Pink. His debut album is out now and this single with Autre Ne Veut was the first, gently lapping wave to reach our shores.
Skepta - "Man"
Dropping what's probably one of the most anticipated albums of 2016 soon, Skepta shows no signs of blunting his signature sound on this second official "Konnichiwa" cut, following up the more poppy 'Ladies Hit Squad'.
Novelist - Break In Your House"
Tipped a few years ago as the leader of 'the new generation of grime', 19-year old Novelist is doing solid work, not only as an MC, but also as a producer.
Olafur Arnalds - Study For Generative Piano
Discovered this little Icelandic gem on the 'Piano Day' playlist by Nils Fram. Pretty.
Kilo Kish - "Memory Lane (Hidden Track)"
We've expressed our affection for Kilo Kish before. The title of the song alone is worth your attention.
Psychic Ills feat. Hope Sandoval - "I Don't Mind"
Sacred Bones again, floating along on the husky breath of Mazzy Star legend Hope Sandoval.
Azealia Banks - Along The Coast (feat. Kaytranada)
Truly awesome twosome.