With so much new music coming out every week, it can be hard to know what to listen to first. Every week, we highlight some of our favorite tracks to kick off your weekend. The best way to keep up with our selections is by following our ‘New Music On-Repeat’ playlist on Spotify. This week’s picks include tracks from FINNEAS, UPSAHL, and more!

    1. Maria Isabel – “Baby…”
María Isabel - Baby...

This is the latest release from Spanish singer and songwriter Maria Isabel’s upcoming EP i hope you’re very happy without me. The Latin music industry increasingly permeates mainstream charts across the globe, and on this track Isabel carves out space for herself in an R&B sound. The grand droning synths add texture to Isabel’s soft, smooth voice.


      1. Sofi Tukker & Josh Summit – “Sun Came Up”
SOFI TUKKER & John Summit - Sun Came Up (Visualizer) [Ultra Records]

Grammy nominated duo Sofi Tukker have teamed up with dance artist Josh Summit to create this new hazy house track. This song is infused with the sounds of summer, from the exalted dance production to a distant surf-rock riff. The duo and Summit’s collaboration produces an ecstatic track that is sure to make you move.


        1. Wet – “Clementine”
Wet - Clementine (Official Video)

Wet has been gearing up for the release of their third album Letter Blue, their first release since transitioning from Columbia records to AWAL Recordings. This twinkling track shows restraint in the vocal production that draws you in to the rich lyrics and is elevated by cheeky sonic details in the background and driving 808s.


          1. BROODS – “Piece of My Mind”
BROODS - Piece Of My Mind (Space Island Chapter I)

New Zealand pop outfit and siblings BROODS are back with this rousing new single. In typical BROODS fashion, their pop foundation is made all the richer with psychedelic inspired keys, warbling synths, and percussion that cements the melody in your head.


            1. Pool House – “The Magic of Night Skies”
Pool House - The Magic Of Night Skies

German bedroom pop producer Pool House shared this lovely lofi track. The production on this track is airy yet grounded, striking a balance that makes bedroom pop so endearing. Wafting between twinkling synths and distorted electric guitar, Pool House crafts a dynamic, sweet song.


              1. Oliver Tree & Little Big – “Turn It Up” ft. Tommy Cash

Oliver Tree has cemented himself as an ironic, fun-loving figure in alternative music. On this new song he collaborates with Little Big and Tommy Cash to create this synth-heavy track whose lyrics will make you laugh out loud yet sing along.


                1. AUDREY NUNA – “Clocked Out!” ft. NIKI
Audrey Nuna & NIKI - Clocked Out! (Official Audio) | Shang-Chi: The Album

Korean-American singer, songwriter, and rapper AUDREY NUNA released this new track “Clocked Out!” for the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings Soundtrack with 88 Rising signee NIKI. This intense, enthralling track shows NUNA’a rhythmic chops and NIKI’s voice beautifully compliments the heavy instrumental.


                  1. UPSAHL – “Lunatic”
UPSAHL - Lunatic (Official Audio)

We’ve been closely following alt-pop artist UPSAHL’s rise since her song “Drugs” went viral in 2020. UPSAHL has proven she can craft flawless melodies with the same bad-girl energy that made us fall in love with that initial viral single. “Lunatic” is a bad-bitch anthem that we’ll be vibing to for the foreseeable future.


                    1. BabyJake – “My Anxiety”
BabyJake - My Anxiety (Official Video)

Singer, songwriter, and producer BabyJake has just released his long-awaited debut albumThe Sun Wakes Up Earlier Now. On this record, BabyJake has promised to bring back rock n’ roll, but instead of the dad-rock you may have come to lament, BabyJake brings some serious swagger on this new release. This cool energy is most apparent on “My Anxiety”, whose lyrical anxiety fades into the sauntering instrumental.


                      1. FINNEAS – “The 90s”
FINNEAS - The 90s (Official Music Video)

This new FINNEAS song takes a reflective tone, where FINNEAS laments the baggage that comes with fame. People looking up your mom’s address, constant criticism on the internet, and the insurmountable expectations of the public will get to anyone, let alone one of the most recognizable producers of today. FINNEAS strips back the instrumental, adding subtle detail to underscore the layered autotune.