Five new electronic music drops this week
Featuring releases by TOKiMONSTA, Gesaffelstein and Com Truise.
Every week, we choose the latest electronic releases that you should know about. Here are five of our favourites:
Strange Froot by TOKiMONSTA, Ambré
TOKiMONSTA – real name Jennifer Lee – has released Strange Froot, with vocals by Grammy-winning singer Ambré. The laid-back tune is her first release since 2017’s Lune Rouge, and is set to appear on her upcoming compilation, Young Art Sound II, due out 3 May.
Only Human by Four Tet
If Four Tet’s new song Only Human sounds familiar, that’s because it samples Nelly Furtado’s 2006 track, Afraid. The UK garage-influenced tune is the latest release from the English producer.
It’s Something We All Can Learn From by HAAi
Australian-born DJ HAAi is back with It’s Something We Can All Learn From. The track, as she says, is “something fun [and] fruity for the early hours in the club”. The bass-heavy song follows her 2018 Motorik Voodoo Bush Doof Musik EP.
Existence Schematic by Com Truise
Com Truise’s upcoming mini-LP, Persuasion System, is due to drop on 17 May. In anticipation of its release, the musician has released Existence Schematic, the first song off the project.
Hyperion by Gesaffelstein
French DJ-producer Gesaffelstein has released his long-awaited sophomore album, Hyperion. The 10-track release is his first full body of work since 2013’s Aleph, and includes features from The Weeknd, Pharrell and HAIM.
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