Shining a light on some of the hottest new music to drop over the course of the past week, END. select their top five musical moments for your listening pleasure.
JPEGMAFIA – “LP!”
JPEGMAFIA’s fourth studio album, “LP”, sees the Brooklynite rapper continue his experimental and irreverent approach to hip hop. The 18-track piece features samples and instrumentals that reference an array of genres — ranging anywhere from rock to pop — that're combined with the artist’s usual high-energy vocals.
CALL SUPER – “CHERRY DROPS II”
Berlin-based producer, Call Super, releases the second half of his Cherry Drops series, “Cherry Drops II”. The two-track release showcases the artist’s experimental approach to electronic music, with elements of Detroit techno, Chicago house and West African rhythms fused together.
SESSION VICTIM – “HIDE AND SEEK”
“Hide and Seek” forms part of Session Victim’s forthcoming EP, “10,000 Hours”, set to be released on Berlin-based record label Toy Tonics. The track builds slowly, unfolding to reveal deep house-like synths, gentle drums and warm, Balearic-inspired strings.
VILLOVILDUVETA – “NIKITA”
VilloVilduVeta, the collaborative project between Whitearmor and Joakim Benon, follow up on their debut album with a standalone release, “Nikita”. The track is an extension of their compositional approach to production, combinging relaxing organic instruments with experimental electronic sounds.
BOY HARSHER – “TOWER”
Boy Harsher’s latest single, “Tower”, continues the duo’s gloomy and experimental approach to production. The track will form part of their forthcoming album, “The Runner” — which releases alongside their namesake short horror film — and features eerie synths, vocals and drums that progressively become more chaotic.