The Music Week Playlist: June 4, 2018

The Music Week Playlist: June 4, 2018

Christine And The Queens (feat. Dâm Funk)
Girlfriend (Because Music)

Héloïse Letissier introduces new alias ‘Chris’ with the project’s first new music since 2016 debut Chaleur Humaine. Featuring louche LA artist Dâm Funk, it’s a smooth, sultry return.

Contact Adrian Read

Mr Eazi (feat. Giggs)
London Town (Banku Music)

Having signed his Banku label to Columbia, Mr Eazi trails a new mixtape by cosying up to Giggs for a dangerous ode to Britain’s capital.

Contact Abisola Oke

Hotel Lux
Daddy (Big Score Records)

Drawing on 2000’s riots in Portsmouth, the punk scruffs’ new single sums up their unquenchable thirst to portray the grimmest parts of modern life.

Contact Thom Denson

All Saints
Love Lasts Forever (Absolute)

The Saints return with producer Karl ‘KGee’ Gordon in tow. New record Testament (July 13) will feature production from William Orbit, too.

Contact Simon Jones

Maggie Rogers
Fallingwater (Polydor)

Maggie Rogers goes deep on a sentimental new track ahead of a UK tour in support of Haim. She also headlines London’s Koko on August 29.

Contact Jon Lawrence

Pusha T
Infared (G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings)

The sparse closer on Push’s new Daytona LP ignited an almightly feud with Drake, but the beef can’t detract from an excellent record.

Contact James Cunnignham

Fine Girl (RCA)

After premiering on GRM Daily in April, the Afrobeats newcomer’s irresistible single has racked up more than 5 million Spotify plays. A banger.

Contact Parris O’Loughlin-Hoste

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