New music from Sebastian Plano, Hozier & Mavis Staples, Causes, Tourist, Alpharock and Jessie Reyez.

This week's 'Tracks of the Week' offer you a lot of shades of indie music & a lot more. Don't hesitate - dive into them now.

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PURPLES - SEBASTIAN PLANO
Sebastian Plano’s new piece is a dramaticpiano-driven spectacle that runs for nearly 8 minutes. Despite its length, the track’s gripping nature captures emotions in a classic yet unpredictable manner. 

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NINA CRIED POWER - HOZIER, MAVIS STAPLES

The title track from his newly-released EP refers to no one other than the iconic activist Nina Simone. The song’s gospel influences and vulnerability feel separate from the rest of the singer’s catalogue. 

RUN TO ME - CAUSES

Amsterdam based indie-pop band Causes prove their musical versatility one again with this new track. The irresistible hook of ’Run To Me’ makes it one of the best new releases this week. 

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DEAR YESSIE - JESSIE REYEZ
 
From the start of the tune, Jessie promises that this is the realest that she has ever been - and she seems to keep that promise. The track excites listeners for her upcoming EP named ‘Being Human in Public’

APOLLO - TOURIST 

When talking about his latest track, Grammy winning artist Tourist suggested that impressionism has been his muse lately.  We can see that amongst all the many other inspirations painted all over this beautiful song. 

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STARS - ALPHAROCK


Alpharock continues his exciting career with the release of ‘Stars’ - a track that brings out the best of EDM but still offers a fresh perspective. He is also one of the fine artists that will perform at Amsterdam Dance Event next month.