Five new electronic music drops this week
Featuring releases from Galantis, RL Grime, The Chemical Brothers and more.
Every week, we pick the latest electronic music releases that you should wrap your ears around. Here are five of our favourites:
Bones by Galantis, OneRepublic
Galantis and OneRepublic have teamed up for Bones, both artists’ first release of the new year. The dance-pop song features handclaps, finger snaps, guitar melodies and Ryan Tedder on vocals, all layered over the Swedish duo’s bright production.
Mile High by James Blake, Travis Scott
The Assume Form single, made in collaboration with trap superproducer Metro Boomin and Astroworld rapper Travis Scott, features sharp 808 beats, verses from Scott and vocals from Blake.
Got To Keep On by The Chemical Brothers
Got To Keep On is the latest song from The Chemical Brothers. The funky, disco-inspired house tune features dynamic bass and sharp synths. The track is off their upcoming ninth LP, No Geography, due out 12 April.
Arcus by RL Grime, Graves
RL Grime kicked off the launch of his own record label, Sable Valley, with the Graves collaboration Arcus. The song is a melange of high-pitched synths, vocals and snares that build to a euphoric bass drop and an explosion of trap beats.
Ordinary Pleasure by Toro Y Moi
Toro Y Moi has dropped a video for Ordinary Pleasure, from his latest record, Outer Peace. The video, directed by Mancy Gant, follows the chillwave producer as he gives a tour of his cosy Oakland studio.
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