Overwhelm by all the new music coming out? Here’s a selection of our favorite tracks released this week. From emerging to most established artists, this is your weekly soundtrack:

 

Abel – Comme jeté à la mer

Abel is 19 and is madly obsessed with Lana Del Dey who definitely inspired him when he started making music. His debut single “Comme jeté à la mer” will go on repeat once you press play. It’s about fear and doubt. The music video was filmed in Greece and it’s 3”29 of escapism.

James Blake – Funeral feat slowthai

For his fifth studio album “Friends That Break Your Heart”, English musician James Blake decided to go back with a more minimalistic sound. But, even if it’s minimalistic, Blake knows how to make music with some of the greatest artists and producers of the moment like Billie Eilish’s brother Finneas, SZA, JID and slowthai who featured on the latest single “Funeral”. It’s mesmerizing!

Mia Carucci – Primal deep

LA-based non-binary artist Mia Carucci was previously seen supporting Jordan Smith and Kali Uchis. They are also a sometime model for their friends and they just walked the runway for NYC’s Gypsy Sport Spring 2022. Their new EP is out since October 20th and they just released the video for the track “Primal Deep”. It is a 90s trip sophisti-hop meets Black Magik.

Maxence – Parfum d’été

French influencer, actor and singer Maxence is one of the most popular Internet personalities of our generation. His first record is coming out on November 26th and he just revealed the very aesthetic video of his track “Parfum d’été”. It’s romantically cheesy and addictive!

Josef Salvat – The drum



Last time we met Josef Salvat, it was for his EP “The Close”, his first release since he left Sony. Salvat seems to be living his best life now, and is about to release a new record soon. In the meantime, he just dropped “The Drum”, a track written the day after David Bowie’s passing. It’s a poppy dancing track and you might dance non-stop on it. Even alone in front of your mirror.

Parcels – Theworstthing

Daft Punk’s lovers might definitely love Australian band Parcels. Their first album was a compilation of the most wonderful pop-funky songs we got for a long time. Their comeback double record is out on November 5th via Because Music and they just released their latest single “Theworstthing”. All we can say is: be ready to cry and it’s ok to cry!

Ali Latif – La mauvaise réputation

Ali Latif is a model who was recently the face of Tommy Hilfiger Fall 21. Besides modeling, Ali has also a – no secret talent because he makes music as well. An upcoming EP is coming soon and it’s the single “La Mauvaise Reputation” which was released to promote this project. He previously told to GQ that: “If you’re from North Africa or a Muslim country they think of terrorists. This is a mentality I want to help change.” This EP seems to be about consciousness and defending his beloved origins!

Jordan Nash – Hillside

Hotly-tipped 24-year-old West London performer and producer Jordan Nash has today announced his debut EP Sixty Four out on November 3rd. Alongside a brand new single drawn from it, “Hillside” which is a chill and charming track. Can’t wait to hear more about this dream-pop project!

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