The Music Week Playlist: September 11, 2017

The Music Week Playlist: September 11, 2017

Satan, Luella & I,

A freaky, six-minute groove and lyrical references to Satan, lambs’ blood and orgasms can mean only one thing: HMLTD have a new single out.

Contact Ash Collins

Taylor Swift
Ready For It,
Virgin EMI

The comeback continues with a bassy, dark-hued pop song that sees Taylor rhyme the words jailor and failure with her own name.

Contact Kate Head

Mount Kimbie

If you dislike traffic jams, perhaps it’s time to consider changing your mind. Mount Kimbie’s new song feels just like one, and it’s great.

Contact Adrian Read

Jessie Ware
Selfish Love,

Ever been dumped in a beach bar at sunset? The South London soul singer’s new one brings that notion to life impeccably.

Contact Chris Slade

Pill Head,
All Things Fall Records

This debut track from former Qtier drummer James Gordon balances industrial Manchester clubland with keen melodic sensibility. 

Contact Hinn

John Maus
The Combine,

There’s a Maus in the house! The Minnesota maverick introduces upcoming LP Screen Memories with something pretty and synthy.

Contact Sam Williams

Yung Lean
Red Bottom Sky,

The Stockholm rapper returns sounding bruised and broken as ever. On the upside, Red Bottom Sky packs an extremely catchy melody.

Contact Joe Parry


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