Each week, we pick the newest electronic music tracks and music videos to have on your radar. Here are our favorites this week:
For their first offering of 2019, Galantis have partnered up with OneRepublic to deliver “Bones.” The track layers Ryan Tedder’s unmistakable vocals over the Swedish duo’s bright electropop production, which results in an infectious feet-stomping, hand-clapping romp.
James Blake continues to promote his latest album, Assume Form, with a video for the Travis Scott-assisted cut, “Mile High.” In the clip, things get weird when Blake stirs his tea and the pair fall into a dark wormhole.
Ahead of their forthcoming ninth LP, No Geography, the Chemical Brothers have shared a new track, “Got to Keep on.” It’s a groovy house-inspired dancefloor stomper that features squeaky synths and bouncy bass. The song’s accompanying visual, directed by Michel and Olivier Gondry, takes its cue from Soul Train, centering on a wicked dance-off.
Earlier this week, RL Grime unveiled his record label Sable Valley along with “Arcus,” his new collaboration with Graves. The trap sensations serve up a mean festival-ready banger that’s a concoction of euphoric bass drops and catchy hooks.
Toro Y Moi has dropped the visual for “Ordinary Pleasure,” the standout on his recently released album Outer Peace. Directed by Mancy Gant, the vibrant clip follows the chillwave producer as he gives a tour of his cozy Oakland studio.
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