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The Loop Is Awash With Guilty Conscience

Kanye West’s collaborator Danielle Balbuena, better known as 070 Shake tops the latest edition of our loop with her infectious ballad ‘Guilty Conscience,’ leaving ROSALÍA and Canadian indie rockers Nap Eyes in the Top 3.

This week’s highest new entry is Sharon Van Etten anticipating her new work after last year’s very successful ‘Remind Me Tomorrow’. Other debuts in our chart are the latest songs by Kamaiyah Feat. Trina; Masarima; Christine and the Queens; Jehnny Beth’s from Savages going solo; King Krule; Lido Pimienta; Against All Logic feat. Estado Unido & FKA Twigs; black midi; Carly Rae Jepsen; Khalid feat. Disclosure… and the surprise comebacks of two long retired bands, Brits The Psychedelic Furs and Galician legends Os Resentidos. Check Our Loop in full here. Read the rest of this entry »


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#Bestof2019 : Top 100 Tracks (25-1)

FKA Twigs’ exquisite vocal and electronica experimentation kickstarts the final and most important part of our Top 100 tracks of 2019 (Positions 25-1). For the first time ever 19 out of our Top 25 songs are performed by female musicians or female-fronted bands, including the whole of the Top 10. This only reaffirms 2019 as a year with strong feminine (and feminist) flavour.

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Sharon Van Etten’s ‘Seventeen’ New #1 In The Loop

New Jersey songwriter Sharon Van Etten is the new number one in our loop with ‘Seventeen,’ her evocative song about teenage memories, third single from her excellent fifth studio album ‘Remind me Tomorrow.’

Following her closely are Lizzo‘s irresistibly soulful ‘Juice,’ LA indie rockers Cherry Glazerr with ‘Wasted Nun;’ Californian alt-folk songwriter Cass mcCombs with ‘The Great Pixley Train Robbery’ and the Danish noise-pop of Lowly with their haunting new single ‘Baglaens.’

Highest entry of the week is the new project formed by Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers, Better Oblivion Community Center, with a song dedicated to the poet ‘Dylan Thomas.’ Among the rest of the entries the new offerings by King Princess & Fiona Apple;James Blake with ROSALIA;Nilüfer Yanya; Vampire Weekend; Toro Y Moi; Jessica Pratt; Lambchop; Ty Segall; Nils Frahm; Broken Social Scene; Lambchop; Joe Crepúsculo and a new song by Beck inspired, like the latest track by Billie Eilish, by Alfonso Cuarón Rober Awards 2018 film favourite ‘Roma’.

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The Loop Is Feeling Martha’s Heart

New week, new edition of the loop and a brand new number one by British DIY indie punks Martha, all the way from the village of Pity Me in the North East Of England with their infectious ‘Heart Is Feeling,’ first taster from their forthcoming third album which they will (hopefully) be presenting live as part of this year’s Madrid Popfest on 22-23 March at the Sala Galileo Galilei.

They are followed by American songwriter Sharon Van Etten‘s evocative ‘Seventeen.’ from her just released, excellent fifth album ‘Remind Me Tomorrow’ and Canadian electropop trio Men I Trust with their catchy ‘Say, Can You hear.’ Lizzo‘s irresistibly soulful ‘Juice’ and Unloved‘s sophisticated, retro-infused ‘Love’ complete the top five.

James Blake also releases new album this week, ‘Assume Form.’ Its star-studded new single ‘Mile High’ featuring Metro Booming and Travis Scott is the highest entry. Among the rest of the entries the new offerings by Cass McCombs; Take A Daytrip feat. Octavian; Billie Eilish; YNW Melly feat. Kanye West; HOMESHAKE; El Grajo and the returns of 90’s alt garage-rockers Royal Trux and the Yeah Yeah yeah’s frontwoman extraordinaire Karen O, produced by Danger Mouse.

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Sharon Van Etten Is Killing It


With her fourth studio album ‘Are We There’ establishing her as one of Today’s finest songwriters of her generation, Sharon Van Etten takes over the loop with ‘Your Love Is Killing Me’, one of her record’s many highlights.

The third taster from Jack White‘s imminent new album is the highest entry, followed by new songs by the likes of A Sunny Day In Glasgow; Woods; Wolf Alice; Lana Del Rey and the return of Ghostface killah in collaboration with Badbadnotgood & Danny Brown.

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#116-SHARON VAN ETTEN-Don’t Do It (Ba-Da Bing)

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