In Notion Now Week 33, new tracks from the likes of Supershy (Tom Misch), Loyle Carner, Poppy Ajudha, Sainté, and more.

"Take My Time" by Supershy (Tom Misch)

Today sees Supershy – a new electronic project from Tom Misch – release two new singles ‘Change/Take My Time’.

"Georgetown (feat. John Agard)" by Loyle Carner

Produced by Madlib and featuring Afro-Guyanese poet-playwright John Agard, Loyle Carner's new “Georgetown” continues his stream of single releases.

"In the Moment" by Bellah

Bellah's new track explores the complexities of past relationships, tracking a journey into adulthood.

"NO!" by Poppy Ajudha

Co-written and co-produced with Jungle, this new track from Poppy Ajudha premiered early this week on BBC Radio1 as Clara Amfo's 'Hottest Record in the World'.

"Arrogant" by Sainté

Sainté dropped this brand new track 'Arrogant' today, alongside a striking new video.

"Shake" by Santigold

As pop's alchemist, Santigold returns with new track "Shake", brimming with percussion alongside sheer vocal serenity.

"THREAT" by Rex Orange County

Rex Orange County debuts his new song, “THREAT,” an upbeat and melodic summer single that Rex wrote and produced with his close friends Teo Halm and Jim Reed.

"Picture in my mind" by PinkPantheress and Sam Gellaitry

New track arranged by PinkPantheress and produced by Sam Gellaitry, the result is an addictive summer bop.

"Something Real" by dexter

Having recently been on tour with Denzel Curry and also supported Fred Again..., dexter releases latest single "Something Real".

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