New music from Tourist, Stockholm Noir, benny blanco, Seeb & Bastille, Shaylen and Clara Mae

A lot of new electronic-inspired music on the new ‘Tracks Of The Week’! Make sure to check out the updated playlist to experience those new releases! 

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

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HEARTS - TOURIST


The new Tourist track is a progressive ambient melody that combines multiple layers of different tunes that ultimately blend together very naturally. The electronic influences on this song are evident; however, the final result has a more atmospheric vibe that transcends itself above the usual conventions of EDM. 

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GRIP - SEEB, BASTILLE 


This track sounds like a summary of all the good EDM-pop hits from the past few years. It’s a safe release that would be stuck in our heads immediately - its catchy and radio-friendly vibe, combined with the anthem-like lyrics will make the song a hit in no time! 

POINTING GUNS - STOCKHOLM NOIR

Another electronic dance track, only this time infused with subtle (or not so subtle) techno beats. The female vocals provided are a melodic journey that blend fluently with the instrumentation, creating a dark and mysterious feeling in the listeners.  


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ISN’T YOU - SHAYLEN 


Isn’t You is an R&B-infused track that tells Shaylen’s sassy truth about her lover. Some things become crystal clear after the first listen: girls will love the song while boys won’t be able to resist the catchy melody, which might be the formula of a hit song nowadays. 

JUST FOR US PT. 2 - BENNY BLANCO

American producer Benny Blanco breaks the 3:30 hit-single length rule that he so craft-fully has played with by releasing this less-than 2-minutes long track. ‘Just For Us Pt. 2’ follows the trends of experimental electronic music, with a flavour of his personal style, easily making the song your guilty pleasure. 

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CALL YOUR GIRLFRIEND - CLARA MAE

‘Call Your Girlfriend’ is the most personal track this week. Rarely do singers opt to go this certain direction lyrically; however, Clara Mae manages to put a certain emotion into this track that makes it easy for us to see her perspective. Shout-out to the simple production and great vocals!