The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 18

The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 18

As we edge closer to the middle of the yaer, check out our favourite new single from the week that was!

Image - Left: Kae Tempest, Right: Naretha Williams

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 Handsome featuring Hope D, Jam City featuring Empress Of, Naretha Williams, Rahill, SBTRKT featuring Leilah, Sen Morimoto, Speakers Corner Quartet featuring Kae Tempest, Sweeping Promises, Teenage Joans and Trophy Eyes!

HANDSOME - Delirium feat. Hope D

Big Aussie collab sees H & H switching things up from both their signature sounds, turning in a chilled, melodic cut of r&b and hip hop vibes.

Jam City - Wild N Sweet feat. Empress Of

The latest single from innovative British producer's forthcoming new record is a euphoric poppy club cut, featuring the saccharine vocals of Empress Of. Jam City's new album Jam City Presents EFM is out May 25 via Mad Decent.

Naretha Williams - Tender Kill

Pulsating & hypnotic experimental electronic pop from First Nations Wiradjuri artist's upcoming sophomore album. Naretha William's new album Into Dusk We Fall is out via her own label Groundstar Music on May 26.

Rahill - Futbol

Chilled breakbeats meet bubbling bass on this laidback cut of genre-fusing indie sounds ahead of Rahill's new record. Flowers At Your Feet is out May 12 via Big Dada.

SBTRKT - No Intention feat. Leilah

The final single from beloved British producer's new album is a skipping, driving cut of electro pop, featuring stunning vocals from London's Leilah. SBTRKT's new album The Rat Road is out now via AWAL.

Sen Morimoto - If The Answer Isn’t Love

Indie & alt-rock meet jazzy hip-hop on this truly genre-mashing track from Chicago-based artist's forthcoming third full-length as he teams up with legendary label City Slang.

Speakers Corner Quartet - Geronimo Blues feat. Kae Tempest

Boundary-pushing avant-garde London collective edge closer to their anticipated new album with their latest single, teaming up with iconic British poet and vocalist Kae Tempest. Speakers Corner Quartet's new album Further Out Than The Edge is out Jun 2 via OTIH Records.

Sweeping Promises - Eraser

Fuzzed out lo-fi post punk flavours from Kansas duo's anticipated upcoming sophomore album. Sweeping Promises new album Good Living Is Coming For You is out June 30 via Sub Pop.

Teenage Joans - Superglue

Aussie pop-punk faves deliver a raucous new anthem amidst their ever-hectic touring schedule.

Trophy Eyes - Kill

Newcastle melodic hardcore heroes deliver a driving & emotional new single ahead of their anticipated next record. Trophy Eye's new album Suicide and Sunshine is out June 23 via Hopeless 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 (updated almost daily)!

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