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This week on Notion Now, enjoy new cuts from Aitch, Harry Styles, spill tab, Rina Sawayama and much more.
"Under Attack" by Backroad Gee
Backroad Gee keeps his impressive hot streak going with his high-octane new track, “Under Attack”.
"Splinter" by spill tab
Fresh from playing Notion's stage at The Great Escape, spill tab has dropped new track, "Splinter". She said: “I wanted to make something with a bit of an early 2000s rom com end credits vibe going on."
"Late Night Talking" by Harry Styles
Harry is back! Dropping his new album today, Styles is serving soft melodies for hard crushing. Highlight "Late Night Talking" is an easy breezy ode to a new lover and the late talks that keep them up into the night.
"This Hell" by Rina Sawayama
Rina Sawayama wowed everyone with her debut album in 2020, and she’s back this autumn for the sequel. The first tease is “This Hell”, which takes the hooks and badass vocals that she’s known for and cranks it up even further.
"Can't Get You Out Of My Head" by Kylie Minogue x Peggy Gou
Kylie Minogue and Peggy Gou team up for an epic club remix of Kylie’s 2001 classic, bringing new life to a song that’s been a staple of dancefloors for two decades now.
"1989" by Aitch
Aitch has built up quite the fandom with his consistently excelling single drops, and now he’s ready to drop his debut album, coming in August. The first single is “1989”, which samples The Stone Roses to meld together the old and new of Manchester’s vibrant music scene.
"A Letter To Ur N(ex)t" by Mahalia
Mahalia's new drop sends a well wishing warning to an ex's new lover, a lyrical spin on her February single "Letter To Ur Ex".
"A Moment of Mystery" by FKJ (feat. Toro y Moi)
Multi-instrumentalist FKJ brings the vibes with his new tune “A Moment of Mystery” featuring chillwave star Toro y Moi.
"Bye Bye" by Haiku Hands
Australian three-piece band Haiku Hands unleash their fury in a rousing breakup tune, “Bye Bye”.
"True Romance" by Oh Wonder
Oh Wonder's new offering "True Romance" glistens with the delirious glow of falling of love, inspired by the film of the same name. The track connects the dots between their ’22 Break’ and ’22 Make’ projects, with the later due to drop on 22nd July.
"Monica Lewinsky" by UPSAHL
Pop riser UPSAHL pays tribute to one of recent history’s most mistreated famous women in the new tune, “Monica Lewinsky”.
"Run It" by Effy & Mall Grab
Effy is all about that bass as she turns her sound to grittier directions with the assistance of Mall Grab in her new tune, “Run It”. She comments, “Run it was totally unplanned. I had this cut up vocal sample that I’d been sitting on for ages, so I showed it to Jordy to see if he wanted to do anything with it. He put some sick drums and bass on it, I added some acid and we ended up with this breakbeat Prodigy-esque tune.”
"we're not kids anymore" by Cat Burns
Cat Burns' nostalgic new track perfectly captures the sudden realisation of time past and youth lost, with Cat's rich and reflective vocals softening the blow.
"Crocs" by Shaybo
"Walking comfy in crocs, white socks, bitch, I still look hot." A manifesto for summer 2022, and Shaybo said it first.
"Feel Better (Infinite Pitbulls)" by Mac Wetha
Back this week with the latest offering from his upcoming EP 'Cloud Paint', Mac Wetha puts our mindsets straight with this feel-good tune.
"Alarming" by Ojerime
Ojerime returns with a characteristically sultry single all about ignoring red flags - an age-old tale told through her own unique lens.
"5D" by Lykke Li
Lykke Li's immersive visual album "EYEYE" drops today packed with intimate, stripped-back tracks. Cinematic number "5D" is a standout, paired with disorientating trippy visuals.
"Mash Up The Dance" by Watch the Ride and Nia Archives
Bradford-born singer, producer and DJ, Nia Archives, collaborates with Watch The Ride for latest jungle cut "Mash Up The Dance". Co-produced by Nia herself, the track comes just in time for summer.
"Looking At Your Pager" by KH
KH (aka Four Tet) drops his long-awaited keyed-up tune "Looking At Your Pager" sampling early-2000s classic "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" by 3LW.
"enough 4 u" by Blu DeTiger
New Yorker, bassist and DJ, Blu DeTiger, reveals double singles "Blutooth" and "enough 4 u". While both tracks exhibit funky energy, "enough 4 u" particularly showcases Blu's talents, with a whomping noodley bassline.