The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 36

The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 36

Catch up on the best new tunes of the week from the likes of Del Water Gap, Forest Swords, Overmono, Quantic, Shabazz Palaces & more!

Image: Left - Glasser, Right - Evian Christ

With so much new music coming out each and every day, it can be hard to listen to everything... but we'll be damned if we don't try. Here are our favourite tunes from the week that was from the likes of Del Water Gap, Evian Christ, Forest Swords, Glasser, Mary Lattimore, Overmono, Pip Blom, Quantic, Sen Morimoto and Shabazz Palaces.

Del Water Gap - Quilt of Steam

Brooklyn-based indie artist on the rise edges closer to his new album with an enchanting new single featuring Arlo Parks. Del Water Gap's new album I Miss You Already + I Haven't Left Yet is out September 29 via Mom + Pop.

Evian Christ - On Embers

Enigmatic experimental British producer known for his boundary-pushing beats for the likes of Kanye, Tinashe, Danny Brown and more has announced his debut album nearly a decade after his first EP with a compositional of epic industrial noise influenced sounds. Evian Christ's new album Revanchist is out October 20 via Warp.

Forest Swords - The Low

From one innovative British producer to another, Forest Swords latest single is an unsettling & intriguing cut of mechanical beats. Forest Swords' new album Bolted is out October 20 via Ninja Tune.  

Glasser - Easy

New York's Glasser continues her run of singles with her fourth for thee year, a soaring slice of electronic alt-pop. Glasser's new album crux is out October 6 via One Little Independent Records.   

Mary Lattimore - Horses, Glossy On The Hill

American harpist Lattimore's latest single is seven minutes of sweeping atmospheric string laden ambient goodness. Mary Lattimore's new album Goodbye, Hotel Arkada is out October 6 via Ghostly International.

Overmono - Blow Out

Just a few months on from their album Good Lies, English electronic duo of the moment are back with a wild new single, featuring chopped up samples from Reddo & Brodinski's Can't Stop.   

Pip Blom - Get Back

Dutch three-piece drop addictive new single of alt-rock and indie pop flavours ahead of their third album. Pip Blom's new album Bobbie is out October 20 via Heavenly Records.

Quantic - Unconditional (feat. Rationale)

Veteran multi-instrumentalist, DJ, composer and producer announced his new album with a funky cut of cumbia influenced sounds. Quantic's new album Dancing While Falling is out November 10 via PIAS.

Sen Morimoto - Bad State

Melodic, jazzy, funk & soul-influenced alt-rock with wildly different yet complementary verses and choruses. Sen Morimoto's new album Diagnosis is out November 3 via City Slang.

Shabazz Palaces - Woke Up In A Dream (feat. Lil Tracy)

Experimental & influential Seattle hip-hop duo team up with soundcloud rap icon for an exploratory & atmospheric new single. Shabazz Palace's new album Robed In Rareness is out October 27 via Sub Pop.

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