The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 20

The 10 Best Tunes of the Week | 2023 Week 20

Catch up on the best new tunes of the week from the likes of King Krule, Jayda G, Blawan, NxWorries & more!

Image - Left: King Krule, Right: NxWorries

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 Blawan, Bully, Echo Omen, Immy Owusu, Jayda G, Kieran Hebden & William Tyler, King Krule, NxWorries, Pangaea and Simona Castricum.

Blawan - Dismantled Into Juice

Experimental, boundary pushing electronic sounds from influential veteran producer. Blawan’s new EP Dismantled Into Juice is out now via XL Recordings.

Bully - Change Your Mind

Fuzzy, dreamy, grungey alt-rock from Soccer Mommy collaborator Bully. Bully’s new album Lucky For You is out June 2 via Sub Pop.

Echo Omen - Death Gracefully Sitting In The Corner (featuring Wren Bethan)

Great Southern W.A. artist follows-up his debut album New Moon, Ancient Eye (which you can find out all about here) with a beautiful new single of ambient folk sounds, featuring fellow Denmark-based artist Wren Bethan.

Immy Owusu - What A Love

Infectious & uplifting afrobeat inspired sounds from Torquay-based artist’s forthcoming album of “lo-fi highlife”. Immy Owusu’s debut album LO-LIFE! is out July 14 via Hopestreet Recordings.

Jayda G - Meant To Be

Smooth as silk, atmospheric, tropical funky house from Jayda’s forthcoming new album Guy, out June 9 via Ninja Tune.

Kieran Hebden & William Tyler - Darkness, Darkness

Kieran Hebden AKA Four Tet continues his prolific hot streak, teaming up with guitar maestro William Tyler for an epic, expansive cut of jazzy downtempo dreaminess.

King Krule - If Only It Was Warmth

Prodigious musical chameleon gears up for his next album with a stripped back, pensive & emotional new single. King Krule’s new album Space Heavy is out June 9 via XL / Remote Control.

NxWorries - Daydreaming

Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge are back as NxWorries with an anthemic new slow-jam inspired cut, featuring a gnarly guitar solo, out on Stones Throw.

Pangaea - Installation

Influential British producer returns to his own iconic Hessle Audio label for a new cut of addictive experimental dancefloor flavours, fusing techno & UKG with hyperactive vocal samples in signature style. 

Simona Castricum - Limited Edition

Naarm/Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist and producer delivers a driving new cut of poppy, new wave influenced dance flavours. Simona Castricum’s new album SINK is out July 14 via Dinosaur City 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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