New music from Billie Eilish, Anderson .Paak & J. Cole, Andy Burrows & Matt Haig, Thijs Boontjes, Mike Perry & Hot Shade & René Miller, Boy in Space.

Dive into these new tracks and discover their authenticity inspired by different instruments, genres and experiences. Check out the new ‘Tracks Of The Week’ now!

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

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COME OUT AND PLAY - BILLIE EILISH

The new release of Billie Eilish is a playful ballad with minimal production, driven by her addictive voice and attractive aesthetic. The artist was never shy to experiment and this new track is yet another step further into her artistic vision. 

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DANSEN MET JOUW - THIJS BOONTJES 

Thijs Boontjes continues the nostalgic wave with this post-disco, heavily inspired by the 80s track. Not only does the instrumentation make you forget all of your worries but the careless and catchy lyrics will be stuck to your head for weeks to come. 


TRIPPY - ANDERSON .PAAK, J. COLE

“Trippy” is an adventure in the sense that it drives inspiration from different genres, instruments to create a song so musically rich that you can hardly believe it’s just one piece. Both artist have evident chemistry and complement each other effortlessly. 

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LIGHTHOUSE - MIKE PERRY, HOT SHADE, RENÉ MILLER 
“Lighthouse” is an electronic dance music anthem that will make you miss Avicii even more. The powerful and encouraging lyrics blend perfectly with the uplifting production to create a song that the clubs won’t easily forget.


BARCELONA - ANDY BURROWS, MATT HAIG

“Barcelona” is a sonic memory floating around sea, love and guitars. There is an obvious feeling of nostalgia for the past that you understand not only by the descriptive lyrics but also by the emotional melody of this exciting track. 

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CALIFORNIA - BOY IN SPACE

Boy In Space
created a pop masterpiece with “California” by incorporating his unique style and full heart into this project. The final result is a track that sounds inspired and full of emotions, things to say and future experiences. Ultimately,  “California” shines new light into what pop music could sound like.