Back on schedule this week, we’ve got an eclectic assortment of new music to get you through the week. Want something to rap along with? Azealia Banks and Styles P have you covered. Oh, you need to dance? Felix da Housecat remixed Penguin Prison for that very reason. Looking to zone out to something a little more atmospheric? The Raveonettes are here for you. And, in the event you wanted something “slightly feral,” New Zealanders Opposite Sex released just what you need. Click through to check out this week’s 10 free tracks.
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MeLo-X – “BK Allnighter”
Verbatum Jones and Brooklyn-based artist MeLo-X met up for The Pigeon Coup. Check out their time together, and stream and download the track featured in the video below.
Fuck a Maybach, this is Church Ave. dollar cab rap.
Opposite Sex – “In The Trees”
If the phrase “slightly feral” is appealing to you, then you will enjoy “In The Trees” by New Zealand-based band Opposite Sex. Howling and yapping are included in the mix.
The Raveonettes – “Observations”
The Raveonettes are back and ready to release their sixth album, Observator. “Observations,” an alluringly evocative track, is the first single off of the LP.
Wildcat! Wildcat! – “The Chief”
More music from that band with the name you can say twice really loudly. “The Chief” is a laid-back, synth-filled gem good enough to accompany you during any summer-related activity.
Take a break from all the synths with Heyward Howkins’ organically beautiful “The Raucous Call of Morning.”
RAC ft. Penguin Prison – “Hollywood (Felix Da Housecat Remix)”
Felix Da Housecat takes on “Hollywood,” the original track by RAC’s André Allen Anjos and Penguin Prison.
Brenmar’s Mix for FACT Mag
A mix crafted by Brenmar for FACT Magazine? Time to gather those drinks and get the party started.
Azealia Banks ft. Styles P – “Nathan”
Azealia Banks dropped this new track—most likely to appear on her upcoming mixtape, Fantasea—via her Tumblr with nothing but the cover art. But give it a listen and you’ll understand why no explanation was needed.
The Temper Trap – “Trembling Hands (Chet Faker Remix)”
We suppose Chet Faker was influenced by his current travels with The Temper Trap, as Faker’s most recent remix is of the Aussie band’s “Trembling Hands.” Stream below and download via Rolling Stone right here.
Conner Youngblood – “Gold”
Conner Youngblood had summer in mind when he put together “Gold,” and nothing screams “summer” more than a banjo.