The best songs of the week: Bon Iiver, The Parrots, Antònia Font ...

Bon iiver: Second Nature. 'Do not look up,' contains that hilarious ballah and more acid than a grapefruit of Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi, but put to choose

The best songs of the week: Bon Iiver, The Parrots, Antònia Font ...

Bon iiver: Second Nature. 'Do not look up,' contains that hilarious ballah and more acid than a grapefruit of Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi, but put to choose from we stayed with the new song of Bon Iiver, which closes the film and offers all poetry and brittle beauty They have done just famous the singer-songwriter.

Marina Seine: Of course. If you take a walk through Tiktok, you are likely to stop with this winding striking topic of insinuation and suggestion, the watery wildcard to reach the fame of the young Brazilian singer.

The Parrots: I would leave everything. On the new album of the Duo Madrid shines this crocheted rock and romanticon that could be a ballad of R & B and where there is up to a couple of Saxophone.

Spooky-J + Ekhe: Get High. Super accelerated electronics for the most demanding shoes. The British producer and DJ, who has the second residence of him in Uganda (he is the Nihiloxic battery), launches an energetic missile that is bouncing on Sesera.

Badbadnotgood: Beside April. With the polished texture of post-rock or progressive jazz, the Canadian group offers very cheaper stratosphere trips than those of Elon Musk.

Antònia Font: a minuit strobe. And speaking of trips, the strobe pop of the Mallorcan group was always a great and original one. What a joy your return after a separate decade.

Bial HCLAP: Your beats (Pahua Remix). An alucted and amazing journey through an imaginary desert, thus sounds like this song by the producer of Jalisco, remixes by the Mexican Pau Sotomayor.

Gross magic: A new day. The electronic and psychedelic pop of Aries finds a new way with this new project in which the sound is screwed into the head as a circular slide.

Home Front: Flaw in the Design. Good news for fans of The Cure and post-punk in general: this new group of the Far Edmonton, in Canada, where the cold freezes snot and optimism, make that strict rock, something nihilist who will so much need in January.

Kasai Allstars: Kasai Munene (Ekiti Sound Remix). The Nigerian DJ Ekiti Sound applies a powerful house rhythm to one of the last songs of the Congolese Group, an entire institution of the politums in tanger.

MHD: Sagacité. The controversial French rapper of Senegalese origin and Guinean takes Pechito in songs of high octonage and rhythm of dance as this 'Sagacité', which makes the fame of him as a pioneer of the African 'Trap'.

Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 04:11

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