CORD Friday Playlist #4

Love Letters is from Metronomy’s upcoming album of the same name due in March. At the other end of the spectrum from the first single from this release, I’m Aquarius, Love Letters wouldn’t sound out of place on a best of the 70s pop compilation.

Eliza and the Bear bring the sunshine with their upbeat anthem, It Gets Cold. They’re a 5-piece from London and will no doubt be all over festival line ups this summer. Starting with Communion Records ‘New Faces’ Tour in February!

The Notwist are a German with a highly anticipated new album, Close To The Glass, out in March via City Slang. The irresistible Kong is the first single from it pays homage to 90s indie-pop rather nicely.

LANGUAGE WARNING. A-Trak & Cam’ron’s track Humphrey, taken from their FEDERAL RESERVE EP due out soon, has some of the most epic hip-hop vibes you’ll hear all year. Sugar Hill meets Jay-Z.

She has a voice very much in demand, with the best electronic producers all scrabbling for a piece of her: BANKS. Hardly surprising that the king of glitch, Shlohmo is all up in her grill for the dark, sexy and distorted Brain. 

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