The Music Week Playlist: October 16, 2019

The Music Week Playlist: October 16, 2019

This week's hottest new sounds...

H34t Rises (ATO)

This sparkling rework of a track from her fantastic Miss Universe debut album comes as a timely reminder that Nilüfer Yanya is enjoying a mega breakthrough year.

Contact Dan Carson

Buss It Down (Dapaah Records)

Whatever you say, life was more boring before Big Shaq’s characterful, comic rap crash-landed in the UK scene. This new one is incessant: man’s still hot.

Contact Elisa Christophe

Bottom Bitch (Ministry Of Sound)

On Bottom Bitch, Doja Cat hits upon a sweet melody that’ll lodge in your brain. This trails her forthcoming debut album, due next month.

Contact Erin Mills

Home With You (Young Turks)

More robot pop from FKA Twigs, who seems more intent on rewiring her audience’s brains than ever, lurching between distortion and sad notes.

Contact Leah Wilson

Lose Control (Polydor)

What do you do when you’ve written one of the biggest dance records of the year? Write another one, of course! The mysterious Italians are on a roll.

Contact Chris Graham

Everything & More (Liberator Music)

By now, this lot are famous for fiddly, emotive indie-pop, and this comeback single widens the scope further, with gnashing guitars and drums.

Contact Jodie Banaszkiewicz

Your Capricious Soul (Self-released)

Michael Stipe throws his weight behind the fight against climate change with this buzzing solo debut, with proceeds going to Extinction Rebellion.

Contact James Windle

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