New music from Hazlett, Babet, Blinders, AREA21, SOAK and Mr. Tophat

Channeling 90s music, rap culture and EDM festivals, the new ‘Tracks Of The Week’ have it all - make sure to check them out now!  

Check the full list below and make sure to subscribe on YouTube and Spotify.

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FIREWORKS - HAZLETT

The new single by Hazlett is pure paradise for indie music fans - driven by arpeggio synths and an electric guitar. The misunderstood nature of the singer’s existence reflected in the lyrics make him closely relatable to young audiences - while the simple production makes his vocal performance vividly memorable. 

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HELP - AREA21


AREA21 bring out their inner Drake - rapping quietly on a hip-hop tune that sounds like a safe bet for any Spotify hits playlist. Nevertheless, ’Help’ has a sort-of rawly-authentic feeling that clearly prevents it from sounding like anything else. On top of that, the lyrics will leave you reflecting on past experiences you never even had! 

GONE - BABET

‘Gone’ is a genre-fluid song - a type of heterogeneous composition that derives inspiration from emotions and situations rather than what’s on the radio. The banger chorus is the clear catch of the song - offering raw lyrics sung by the spectacular voice of Babet. She is definitely an artist to follow! 

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DÉJÀ VU - SOAK


Irish must-hear artist SOAK puts out a playful yet nostalgic melody that tells the story of living the same day over and over again, ultimately feeling like a déjà vu. Her mellow vocals manage to shine the brightest on this song, while the exquisite production feels subtle and on point. 

RELIEVE - BLINDERS

‘Relieve’ sounds like your dream EDM cocktail - a bitter-sweet hook surrounded by sentimental melody, which grows into an explosive drum-machine and later progresses into an ambient feeling. This 90s inspired tune is what you would expect to hear on every electronic festival this year! 


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LOVISA - EDIT - MR. TOPHAT

The synthesised vocals of this song and the not-so-subtle 90s influences make this new track a must-hear for any music lover who likes to hear it all. The references of the past combined with a taste of the future, ‘Lovisa’ definitely feels eclectic in its core and elusive in its style.