Former professional footie player turned DJ/producer Hannah Wants is back with another club-ready banger.
Beautifully marrying emotional electronic sounds with a deep, thumping club beat and catchy vocals, Wants has penned a track that can provoke an emotional state while still being a belter at the rave.
The track is Wants’ third release on Defected within the past year and, looking back on those other two releases, it’s clear she’s only improving with each. Enlisting the help of Hannah Boleyn was a truly stellar decision with pristine, simple but extremely complimentary vocals.
Taking inspiration from Mazzy Star and The Smiths, Bleach Lab's new track is a moody indie rock tune with a slight shoegazey sparkle.
Taken from the London band’s upcoming debut, Lost In A Rush of Emptiness, a title borrowed from Leonard Cohen’s The Flame, Nothing Left To Lose is about the beginning of a relationship.
Their album Lost In A Rush of Emptiness is set to be released on Friday the 22nd of September this year. If you’re a fan of indie, this hotly anticipated album is one you’ll want to keep your ears out for.
Multi-platinum-selling DnB duo Sigma enlisted the help of MC Gardna for this cinematic, string-laced, bassy track.
About the track, Sigma (read more about them here) said, “We’ve always respected Gardna so we are really excited to have him on this absolute anthem and cannot wait to play it out all over the world.” Gardna said, “Sigma are responsible for some of my favourite Jungle DNB tracks over the years, so as you can imagine I’m super excited to collaborate with them.”
A belter of a summer DnB track, we’re just hoping and praying the sun pops out so we can enjoy this track the way it should be: at a festival with the heat beating down on us.
Packed with god-knows how many flows between the two of them and a heavenly instrumental, this might be one of the highlights of Jenkins’ new album.
Taken from The Patience (which features JID, Vic Mensa, and Benny The Butcher on other tracks), Show & Tell kicks off with some stunning strings, bassy drums, and some serious hunger from Jenkins.
The album, Jenkins’ fourth, is just under 30 minutes long. Upon hearing that, many may be desperate for more but in an age where artists seem to cram their albums with mid tracks, we’re excited and hopeful the album will be banger after banger. If the singles are anything to go by, it definitely will be.
Follow our Essential Listening playlists featured above to discover the best new tracks released each week, as curated by the Skiddle team.
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