The best songs of the week: Nick Cave, illegal, Yung Beef, The National ...

Gucci SoundSystem + Jarvis Cocker: Let's Stick Around. The leader of Pulp presents this song against climate change as "the first sustainable banger of the

The best songs of the week: Nick Cave, illegal, Yung Beef, The National ...

Gucci SoundSystem + Jarvis Cocker: Let's Stick Around. The leader of Pulp presents this song against climate change as "the first sustainable banger of the world", sympathetic slogan up to the celebrate wit of him for this electronic rocket.

TASSIA REIS: Dollar Euro (Remix). The São Paulo rapera learned to dance samba at the carnival, but now she prefers the syncopated rhythm of the Funk dance to throw her supersonic rhymes.

Illegal + M-clan: Divine imbecile. As a pedrier to betrayal, Jorge illegal shakes at the rhythm of this Rock & Roll intoxicated, which is the first advance of the next album of it.

Beak> : Oh know. The Nostalgians of Portishead can continue to find dark consolation in the dense and dizziness environments of the other group of their leader.

Ibeyi + PA Salieu: Made of Gold. Great as always, the twins Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Díaz with his tropical R & B, but, do they sound Rosalia? Yes, they sound Rosalia. Any problem? No problem.

The National: Somebody Wake up. Next year premieres a new version of 'Cyrano de Bergerac' and will have soundtrack of The National, his melancholic piano and his melancholy voice and, well, that.

MDOU MOCTAR: Gossip. It is the best group of Rock Tuareg of the moment, with electric guitars that zoom and roar as if they burned inside and accelerated batteries in a tremendous tachycardia.

FKA Twigs + Central Cee: Measure of A Man. More music for the cinema, in this case a song similar to the opening topics of James Bond's films. Epic sexy and gorgoritos.

María José Llergo: The sea awaits you. A flamenco voice and a set of strings are the two poles of this dramatic created piece, too, for a movie: 'Mediterranean'.

Nick Cave & Warren WLLIS: We Are Not Alone. And fourth song composed for cinema, a beautiful and emotional nana for piano and violins that will accompany the lonely walks of the Leopard of Las Nieves in the documentary 'La Panthère des Neiges'.

Yung Beef: I do not want your kisses anymore. He returns to his own the most independent and radical of the 'traperos'.

Javiera Mena: Dunes. Elethlete electropop sound, gasps and some other sensual insinuations for the new song of the Chilean artist.

Sza: I Hate U. Among the US R & B divas, Sza is one of the most sophisticated, even when it comes to hating.

Paris Texas: Girls. And to finish, a rap quarry with an electric guitar that sounds like the engine of a chainsaw when starting.

Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 21:41

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