The 11 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 13

The 11 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 13

Including new singles from ABRA, Clark, Jayda G, The Beths, Georgia Anne Muldrow and more

Image - Left: ABRA, Right: Jayda G

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 11 favourite tunes from the week that was from the likes of ABRA, Clark, Connie Constance, Dolce Blue, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Jayda G, LÂLKA, Namesake, Surprise Chef, The Beths and Whyte Fang!

ABRA - FKA Mess

ABRA channels 80s electro and industrial flavours on a dope new single of alternative r&b.

Clark - Dismissive

Jittery, kaleidoscopic synth-pop featuring Clark's unmistakable, signature synth sounds. New album Sus Dog out May 26 via Throttle Records.

Connie Constance - Kamikaze (feat. Jason Williamson)

Reworking a highlight from her 2022 album Miss Power, Constance taps Sleaford Mods frontman for guest vocals and it couldn't work any better.

Dolce Blue - Valentino

Anthemic indie-pop-rock from West Aussie four-piece, inspired by and dedicated to frontwoman Veronica Zurzolo's pet cat.

Georgia Anne Muldrow - Nuke's Blues (feat. Josef Leimberg)

Iconic genre-fusing hip-hop/soul/r&b/jazz artist announced a new tribute album to Sun Ra with an appropriately spaced out lead single. New album Red Hot & Ra: Nuclear War out May 26 via Red Hot.

Jayda G - Blue Lights

Rolling, percussive, four-to-the-floor vocal house new single from Jayda's forthcoming LP. New album Guy out June 9 via Ninja Tune.

LÂLKA - Lillith

Big, bouncy, experimental electro-pop from Meanjin-based boundary pushing multidisciplinarian.

Namesake - West Coast Hwy feat. Boyboy

Dreamy, laidback, pad-filled lofi r&b from Boorloo-based producer, featuring fellow Perth-based artist Boyboy's smooth vocals.

Surprise Chef - Friendship Theme

Three minutes of psychedelic, funky, jazzy bliss from Naarm/Melbourne instrumental maestros. New EP Friendship out June 2 via Big Crown Records.

The Beths - Watching The Credits

Six months on from their acclaimed Expert In A Dying Field LP, The Beths are back with a new power pop alt-rock anthem.

Whyte Fang - Genesis

The latest single and title track from Alison Wonderland's project of darker sounds sees her teaming up with Jay Watson AKA GUM (Pond, Tame Impala) for an epic, cinematic cut. New album Genesis out April 14 via FMU Records.

Enjoy all these tunes as well as our singles with our favourite music videos of the week and a stack of other new sounds we've been feeling in our Office playlist.

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