New music from Kuenta I Tambu, Whenyoung, Conrad Sewell, ORKID, Evangeline & LOVER and Jordan Jay & STVCKS

Enter the summer-season with our brand-new playlist! This week consisting of tropical dance music , singalong Indie-pop and summer EDM. Check out the updated ‘Tracks Of The Week’ playlist!


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OBRERO - KUENTA I TAMBU

Kuenta I Tambu is a colorful group of Amsterdam musicians who mix traditional Caribbean music with modern electronic music. The result: a whirlwind of sound in the form of “Obrero”. The song is bursting with energy and contains a solid dose of thumping percussion and smashing drum kicks.

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IDGAD - ORKID


Matilda Melin, aka ORKID, really knows how to personify quintessential Swedish indie electro-pop. "IDGAD" is a song that has an R&B feel and soulful vocals and could be compared to the likes of Mahalia or Bülow.









FUTURE - WHENYOUNG


The trio WHENYOUNG - consisting of singer/bassist Aoife Power, guitarist Niall Burns, and drummer Andrew Flood - are creating some of alternatives music’s most compelling sounds; their anthemic song “Future” consists of catchy melodies and sharp lyrics that make this a perfect singalong song. 

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THE STRANGEST THING - EVANGELINE, LOVER

Even though Evangeline still enjoys the success of her single "The Strangest Thing", a brand new version now has surfaced with fellow Australian LOVER. It's easy to become instantly infatuated with the upbeat warm beats, lush electro-pop sounds, and the powerful yet gentle raspy vocals. However, once you start to devour the lyrics you will start to unravel a thrilling story of love and loss.


CHANGING - CONRAD SEWELL

You may recognize Conrad Sewell for contributing vocals on the hits "Firestone" by Kygo or "Sex, Love & Water" with Armin van Buuren, but now Conrad is finally releasing his own debut album. ”Changing" is an apologetic ballad that starts with an intimate mixture of piano and violins and evolves to a grand crescendo. 

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FREE - JORDAN JAY, STVCKS

The Rotterdam-based Jordan Jay is only 22 years old, but - with songs played by Hardwell, Nicky Romero & Martin Garrix - he already has the dance world at his feet. He kicked off 2019 with an official anthem for Animal Sound Festival, one of Spain's biggest dance festivals, and continues his momentum with his latest hit single "Free". The song is a collaboration with fellow countrymen STVCKS and is a summery EDM track with punching piano lines and a distinctive vocal hook.