Flume feat. London Grammar: Let You Know

The newest release from Flume (aka Harley Streten), “Let You Know” is an intergalactic track that’s certainly of the producer’s sonic style, but undeniably fresh. Vocals by London Grammar’s Hannah Reid lend to the song’s vibrancy. This is the second single since the release of Streten’s EP, Hi This Is Flume, earlier this year. Flume is also embarking on a world tour beginning 2 August …

Jonah Yano + BADBADNOTGOOD: Nervous

Japan-born, Toronto-based Jonah Yano connects with BADBADNOTGOOD on a track that’s a delightful and seamless combination of their styles. Yano’s raw and relatable lyrics float comfortably atop BBNG’s rainy instrumental—one that employs acid jazz and blues. “Cigarettes make me nervous,” Yano proclaims. And it all burns smoothly until the track slips into a psychedelic spiral around the two-minute mark. Afterward, it picks up right where …

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Genre-bending new tunes by some of our favorites this week

Collard: Hell Song From his debut album Unholy, “Hell Song” is a genre-bending jam by London-based Collard. With elements of rock, blues, funk and R&B, the track is hazy, sultry and full of Collard’s fiery falsetto. Produced by Zach Nahome, the song will appeal to Prince and D’Angelo fans—but Collard isn’t imitating either of them. Unholy is out 10 May and promises to be electrifying. …