The Music Week Playlist: November 6, 2017

The Music Week Playlist: November 6, 2017

Skepta
Still (Boy Better Know)

“Nobody can top me,” spits Skepta on the heavy, dense and bizarrely dreamy lead track from his new surprise-release EP, Vicious. Its six tracks prove he’s still top boy.

Contact Jon Wilkinson
jon@technique-pr.com


Goat Girl
Cracker Drool (Rough Trade)

And the winners of bassline of the week are… Goat Girl! This scratchy racket is available on 7” vinyl from November 27. Why not treat yourself?

Contact Jamie Woolgar
jamiewoolgar@roughtraderecords.com


Kurupt FM
Suttin’ Like That (XL Recordings)

Kurupt FM arrive with a garagey debut single “straight from the slums of Brentford”. Just try and shake its chorus from your head.

Contact Leah Wilson
leahwilson@xlrecordings.com


Wiley (feat. JME)
I Call The Shots (CTA Records)

Since we last heard from him, Wiley’s played The O2 and written a book. This mega-grimy new single underlines his bossman status.

Contact Grace McCracken
grace@listen-up.biz


Migos (feat. Nicki Minaj & Cardi B)
Motor Sport

Cardi B continues to blaze a
foul-mouthed trail through popular culture, and her brilliant verse here amps up this new Migos cut massively.

Contact Imran Malik
malik@imran-malik.com


Stevie Parker
Blue (Virgin EMI)

Fresh from a UK tour spreading melancholy across the land, Stevie Parker has dropped a new video. Perfect as the nights draw in.

Contact Laura Martin
laura@reallifepr.com


Boy Azooga
Face Behind Her Cigarette (Heavenly)

This new Cardiff four-piece lock into a pretty serious groove on their debut single, which is thick with fuzz, bass and rattling percussion.

Contact Steve Phillips
steve@carryonpress.co.uk


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