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Four new electronic music drops from this week (6/3-6/9)

Four new electronic music drops from this week (6/3-6/9)
L-R: Dog Blood (Boys Noize official Instagram), Hot Chip (Hot Chip official Facebook)

Each week, we pick the newest electronic music tracks, albums and music videos to have on your radar. Here are our favorites:

“Melody of Love” by Hot Chip

Hot Chip have released a euphoric new single, “Melody of Love.” The track, which is built around a vocal sample from gospel group The Mighty Clouds of Joy, features psychedelic synths and disco influences. The song is the second single from their forthcoming album, A Bath Full of Ecstasy, due out June 21.

“Do You Love Her Now” and “He” by Jai Paul

Jai Paul has made a surprise return to music after a seven-year hiatus. The elusive British producer dropped two new solo, R&B-tinged songs, “Do You Love Her Now” and “He.” The songs were also released alongside the launch of his new website.

“Turn Off the Lights” by Dog Blood

Dog Blood—comprising Skrillex and Boys Noize—have made their much-anticipated return with Turn Off the Lights. The four-track release includes contributions from Josh Pan, M&G and Otira. The duo even sample a classic Punjabi song, “Bhabhi Meri Gutt Karde,” on opening track “Break Law.” The project is their first release since 2013’s Middle Finger, Pt 2.

“Cut it Up” by PKCZ, CL, Afrojack

Tokyo-based trio PKCZ—consisting of Verbal, DJ Daruma and Exile Makidai—have dropped “Cut it Up,” a collab with K-pop idol CL and American DJ Afrojack. The artists trade lines over the bouncy, synth-driven beat, performing verses in English, Korean and Japanese. The track was released with a video which draws influence from classic samurai films such as Lady Snowblood.

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