A bonkers motivational tune by Dan Deacon, new songs by Psychic Twin, Sylvan Esso and more in our weekly musical round-up

Innanet James feat. The Kount: Frequency Rapper Innanet James has just released his funky, breezy Quebec Place and it’s just in time for the end of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. While the entire mixtape is all kinds of fun, one standout is the bouncy, dynamic “Frequency” featuring The Kount (aka instrumentalist Koal Harrison). At just 21 years old, James has already honed his lyricism …

Psychic Twin: Hopeless

From the album Strange Diary, Psychic Twin’s “Hopeless” is an upbeat and melodic—but slightly maudlin—track that was apparently written as “a personal lullaby.” The artist (aka Erin Fein) offers gentle vocals on the tune, which contrastingly features a powerful ’80s-tinged avant pop vibe. Strange Diary is officially released 9 September, and Psychic Twin will perform all over the country come October.