Press play on this week's Notion Now playlist, from Nia Archives' debut album to new Dua Lipa, here are the tracks you don't want to skip.

'Honey' by Caribou

After a two-year hiatus, Dan Snaith resurrects his Caribou persona with the dancefloor belter, ‘Honey’. An anthemic jam, the track's drum programming is reminiscent of the heydays of UK garage. With a dirty bassline and sunken vocal samples echoing, “You’ll always be my honey”, the single gives heads a dose of nostalgia.

'Illusion' by Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa promises to not fall for 'Illusion' on her latest single. Included on her upcoming third album, Radical Optimism, the pop princess whisks up a psychedelic dance anthem, filled with catchy hooks and French house tendencies.

‘Cards On The Table’ by Nia Archives

Stepping into an alt-rock jungle fusion, ‘Cards On The Table’, sees Nia Archives rewrite jungle’s rulebook even further. With recumbent acoustic guitars setting the pace, the track moves at a syncopated speed. Melodic yet noisy, the track is taken from her debut album, Silence Is Loud.

‘BerwynGesaffNeighbours’ by Fred again…, BERWYN, Gesaffelstein

Fred again… conjures haunting electronic magic with his remix of Gesaffelstein’s ‘Destinations’. Tapping singer-songwriter, BERWYN, their collaboration delivers saturated vocals over pulsating beats, creating a heavy heater built for the dancefloor.

‘DOING IT AGAIN BABY’ by girl in red

girl in red is back with a bang in her sophomore album, I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY. On the title track, she utilises chaos blending the gritty allure of pop-punk with infectious lyrics, letting laid-back melodies lead the way. With its experimental edge, the Norwegian singer embraces newfound elation, culminating in a fiery finale of banjos.

‘b i g f e e l i n g s’ by WILLOW

WILLOW spills emotions on her latest single, ‘b i g f e e l i n g s’. Offering a glimpse into her forthcoming album, Empathogen, the track stands as a whimsical journey through emotional depth. From haunting piano chords to dynamic rock drum interludes, there is a juxtaposition of light and dark as the syncopated rhythm plays out.

‘Rise’ by Andromedik

Fusing bliss with raw power, Tomorrowland’s golden boy, Andromedik, gets hearts pumping with his latest track, ‘Rise’. Serving as the title track to his EP, the single explodes with concussive bass and breakneck drums as the teeth-rattling anthem traverses you through a melodic state.

‘The Kill’ by Maggie Rogers

Penning her recent album, Don’t Forget Me, over a whirlwind five days, Maggie Rogers proves her clear-eyed melodious persona is here to stay. 'The Kill’ sees her companionable vocals and rolling beats travel over a coming-of-age type melody.

‘We Still Don’t Trust You’ by Future, Metro Boomin

After weeks of speculation about bad blood, Future and Metro Boomin have just dropped the second instalment of their joint album series, WE STILL DON'T TRUST YOU. The title track sees the pair whisk up another trap jam, interspersed with synth pop interludes that harness a spellbinding tempo.

‘Mini Me’s’ by Meekz

Manchester rap sensation Meekz makes a triumphant return with hard-hitting new track, ‘Mini Me’s’. Blistering bass helps Meekz dismiss his imitators with effortless swagger, casting an unapologetic attitude through seamless bars and unmatched flow.

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