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This week on the HiFi ↓
11 tracks you should know this week:
PinkPanthress, Kelela - Bury me
“i love this because it combines the sultry style of Kelela with the pop-y vocals of PinkPantheress. it's so interesting hearing her on this kind of track” -DeiVonte, Socials
ENNY, Smino - Charge It Remix
“I feel like Smino has been one of the most interesting voices in rap and R&B for a while now and he always kills his features. Got put onto ENNY through this track as well!” -Jai, Content
anamē - Beautiful World LP
“new anamē album slays” -rsnrsnrsn via discord
Miya Folick - Cockroach
I need to hear this one at a warehouse basked in red.
Gen Z’s propensity for genre-fusing has finally led us to the revitalization of the sonic palette known as Jazztronica. The genre is characterized by the synthesis of improvisational jazz, programmed funk beats and synths. The sound is both radically virtuosic and playfully chopped up – a combination of qualities you’ll find in both 20th-century jazz icons and the 21st-century’s chronically online zoomers. Like its cousin acid jazz, Jazztronica emerged parallel to the electronic music scene of the 1990s with artists such as St Germain and Nujabes. Within the last few years, a surge of artists including DOMi & JD BECK, BADBADNOTGOOD, and Sen Morimoto ushered a new wave of Jazztronica that merges traditional, boundless improvisation with electronic experimentation. Here’s some tracks that flip the upright bass right on its head, in the best way:
Here’s some tracks that flip the upright bass right on its head, in the best way.
Curated Playlist ↓
LA-based DJ and producer Rinzen walks us through a decade of his favorite deep electronic cuts –