PERFECT TEN. THE TRACKS TO STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS. THIS IS DIRTY SOUP RECOMMENDS.
THIS IS JUNE 2019.
Velvet Negroni – Confetti
Velvet Negroni's new track, 'Confetti' heralds what's to come from one of our favourite artists.
Peter Cat Recording Co. – Where the Money Flows
Peter Cat Recording Co. are a five-piece from New Delhi, India, that are hard to pin down. This single is a catchy downtempo tune, and we're into it. Really into it.
MorMor – Some Place Else
Hazy indie-pop with an emotionally jarring edge so sharp there's a good chance you'll feel the need to call your therapist... immediately.
Flying Lotus – More (feat. Anderson .Paak)
Astral jazz-infused hip-hop that's been on heavy rotation at Dirty Soup's Berlin HQ for weeks - and shows no signs of slowing down.
Delhia de France – Tremors: Nemesis
You may have heard De France's tracks in Marvel's TV series, Cloak & Dagger and Lucifer. Expect to hear more of her. Lots more. This offering is fluid, sensual, dark and raw – moody cinematic pop at its finest.
The National - Rylan
Only played live until now, this fan favourite got its deserved release as part of the band's latest album release, I Am Easy To Find. You can check out a live version by hitting the play button. Bravo guys!
Miya Folick – Malibu Barbie
Beach vibes meets Twin Peaks meets consumerism. It's a gem of a track.
Alex Cameron – Miami Memory
In this latest release, Alex Cameron serenades his muse and girlfriend, Jemima Kirke. A passionate and engaging piece of baroque pop.
vōx – I am Not a God
Pronounced 'wokes', this LA-based singer-songwriter creates her own solitary universe and invites us in with catchy hooks and spot-on production.
Yumi Zouma – Bruise
Yumi Zouma are catapulting us into summer 2k19 with their vibrant take on effortless pop. These last two cuts are so fresh they've not even had time to make a video... yet.