The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 44

The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 44

Catch up on the best new tunes of the week from the likes of Mount Kimbie, Cloud Nothings, Enola, Horrorshow, June Jones and more!

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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 Cloud Nothings, Enola, felicita, Horrorshow, June Jones, King Ibis, Magnets, Mount Kimbie, Paige Valentine x BROODS and Paul Woolfoord x LF System.

Cloud Nothings - Final Summer

American indie rock mainstays celebrate signing to Pure Noise Records with a charming new single.

ENOLA - Waves

Building over its first minute and a half, the latest single from Naarm/Melbourne-based post punk artist’s new EP is an epic way to close out a record. ENOLA’s new EP All Is Forgiven is out now via Hell Beach / One Love.

felicita - Spalarkle (Alys Cook Edit)

PC Music continue their last few months of releasing music with another huge single, with label boss Cook taking the original cut into distorted, dance punk heaven that wraps up with some tender synth work.

Horrorshow - Abdicating feat. Grieves

Beloved Aussie MC drops a surprise new single featuring Seattle-based MC Grieves, ahead of Horrorshow’s upcoming 10-year anniversary tour of his iconic third album, King Amongst Many.

June Jones - Bubblegum

Eora/Sydney’s June Jones delivers her take on blissful bubblegum pop on a fun new cut of dance pop.

King Ibis - Watch My Mind Bend

Ahead of opening for a little ol’ band called Coldplay at Optus Stadium in a few weeks, Boorloo-based indie rockers deliver a driving & dreamy new cut of atmospheric indie rock.

Magnets - Down

Naarm/Melbourne’s Siobhan McGinnity returns with an addictive new single of 90s-esque alt rock goodness.

Mount Kimbie - Dumb Guitar

Long time fave electronic-turned-indie duo become a quartet as Dominic Maker and Kai Campos welcome regular collaborators Andrea Balency-Béarn and Marc Pell as new members of the band with a bass heavy new cut of shoegaze and alt-rock influenced sounds.

Paige Valentine x BROODS - Navigate (Summer Remix)

In a huge trans-Tasman meeting of musical minds, New Zealand duo BROODS take their hand to West Aussie singer-songwriter Valentine’s latest single, with the result an addictive cut of breakbeat driven pop perfection.

Paul Woolford x LF System - In My Head feat. Shayan

Big, euphoric, hands-in-the-air vocal piano house cut in this era-spanning collab with influential veteran Woolford and duo of the moment LF System featuring the buttery smooth soulful vocals of Shayan.

Enjoy all these tunes as well as recent singles with our favourite music videos of the week and a stack of other new sounds we've been feeling in our Office playlist - 150 of the best tunes from the last few weeks.

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Q&A: Bec Sandridge & Dave Jenkins jr - Lost Dog

The singer-songwriter and songwriter-producer interview one another in celebration of Sandridge’s latest EP release.

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