1. Skepta Ft. A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast - "Ghost Ride"
Skepta is back with a haunting new mixtape that came just in time for Halloween. Ghost Ride busts through the doors with a hard hitting beat and a faster tempo to really add onto to the feeling of the verses within the track. Keeping to Skepta's comfortability with the style of "grime", Ghost Ride is one of the best tracks of his we've ever heard. Every verse on the track has it's own spotlight. If you need something to mob to, don't schleep.
2. Majid Jordan - "Gave Your Love Away"
If you can't feel the groove behind this new Majid Jordan track then I have no idea what you're listening to. A smooth track with Majid Masakati's vocals sliding over a bouncy bass groove and piano hits curated by Jordan Ullman. A great track that just feels right. If you haven't listened to their entire new project yet, we definitely recommend you to.
3. Brian Eno & Kevin Shields - "Only Once Away My Son"
This. is. insane. Even just seeing both of those names in the same sentence got us freaking out. Two very influential artists collaborating for the first time ever turned into a beautiful masterpiece. Creating a very cinematic experience, Only Once Away My Son sounds like both geniuses battling each other. A heavily distorted but luscious ambient piece that reels you into the very last second.
4. Curtis Harding - "Go As You Are"
Curtis Harding recently released his second full length project "Face Your Fear" and it's as soulful as you'd expect it to be. He can really capture that vintage sound and make it feel real. Go As You Are is an example of that. Including hints of psychedelic inspiration this track presents Curtis facing his fears with soul.
5. Everything is Recorded Ft. Sampha and Syd - "Show love"
Pairing up on a track from XL Recording founder's project "Everything is Recorded", Sampha and Syd's team up in a lovely but mysterious way. These two create a mellow collaboration that we didn't realize how much we needed from them.