This past week was a busy one in the world of music. From inspired remixes, to imaginative covers, to unexpected collaborations, new tracks came fast and frequently. Sometimes, there’s so much new shit that it’s near impossible for one to be kept in the loop. We do our best to keep you up on the latest, so here’s 10 free songs from this past week, free of charge, that you should have on the music player of your choice.

Click “next” or hit shift + right to listen to/download the tracks…

Azealia Banks – “Out of Space”

Azealia Banks finally dropped her latest mixtape, Fantasea, earlier this week. Listen to “Out of Space,” the lead track off of the tape, below, and download Fantasea in full here.

Trails And Ways and Ghost Beach Remix Each Other

Trails And Ways and Ghost Beach decided to remix each other’s songs. Hear Trails And Ways’ reimagining of Ghost Beach’s “Miracle” below.

Ghost Beach – “Miracle”

Telephoned’s Four Clams Casino-Inspired Covers

Ever wonder what classic J. Lo and Usher songs would sound like if Clams Casino toyed with them? Well, Telephoned did. And below is the result of Telephoned’s curiosity.

Bloc Party – “Octopus (RAC Remix)”

We’re pretty excited for Bloc Party’s upcoming album, Four. So is RAC. They decided to remix Four‘s first single “Octopus.”

Ellie Goulding ft. Tinie Tempah – “Hanging On”

Ellie Goulding decided to cover an Active Child song with some help from Tinie Tempah, crediting this move as “the beginning of [her] new journey.”

The Raveonettes – “She Owns The Streets”

The first official single off of Observator, the forthcoming album from The Raveonettes, is here. “She Owns The Streets” was, according to Sune Rose Wagner, inspired by a NYC street dancer.

Dom McLennon – “Patriot”

Remember Dom McLennon from our Questlove Remix Contest? Here’s the lead single off of his upcoming mixtape, Sandy Shore Motel.

Tame Impala – “Apocalypse Dream”

Tame Impala is back and gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, Lonerism. Here’s your first taste of the album in the form of “Apocalypse Dream.”

Legit – “Soul of Revelations”

Legit releases another single for his #NewShitSaturdays series. “Soul of Revelations” may be short, but Legit demonstrates through the two minutes and 17 second cut that quality over quantity is what’s important.

Slam Donahue – “I Turn On”

In case you needed to recharge your summer playlist, Slam Donahue brings you “I Turn On,” an  infectious, upbeat cut that can act as the perfect accompaniment to sunny days.