PERFECT TEN. THE TRACKS TO STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS. THIS IS DIRTY SOUP RECOMMENDS.
THIS IS JULY 2019.
KATE TEMPEST - People's Faces
Kate Tempest performs her new song, People's Faces, for the first time at Glastonbury. Leaves audience emotional.
Caroline Polachek - Doors
After spending a few years ghostwriting for artists like Beyonce and releasing obscure pop music under various monikers, Polachek is finally back with her own new enchanting music.
Body Wash - Reverie
Unadulterated sonic bliss. Video coming soon. You're welcome.
Kindness (Feat. Jazmine Sullivan) – Hard to believe
Co-written by XL Records favourite, Sampha, this track is everything you'll need this summer.
PJ Harvey – The Crowded Cell
This haunting track has an unrelenting beat that will chill you to the bone. It's one of many great tracks from Miss Harvey's spellbinding score for Shane Meadows latest drama series, 'The Virtues'.
Vagabond - Flood Hands
If her album "All the Women In Me" out September 27th on Nonesuch Records is only remotely as exciting as this first single, Cameroon born, NYC based, Laetitia Tamko is undoubtedly a strong contender for Dirty Soup's album of the year.
Sir Was - Deployed (feat. Little Dragon)
Perfect late night for a long hot summer. Play. Loud!
The Hour – Coming up for Air
Brace yourselves. Anonymous outfit 'The Hour' have just released "Coming up for Air". It's a perfect mix of industrial beats accompanied by lush vocals and a hazy guitar. The video is coming soon. You've been warned.
Devendra Banhart - Kantori Ongaku
Heavy folk that makes us wanna move... Okay! Especially if it's paired with a Japanese-inspired video including a scruffy horse, very, very long hair, and an ever charming Devendra Banhart. Feels good to have him back.
Carlie Rae Jepsen - Julien
We know, we know – kicking off with the genius poetry of Kate Tempest and closing out with Carlie Rae Jepsen. Yes, it's a bold choice, and this track by one of pop's shiniest princesses is an equally bold piece of pop gold.