This week Today’s Top Tune brings you new work by a most visual electronic outfit, The Cinematic Orchestra. Soulful singer Anderson .Paak and producer Knxwledge team up as NxWorries. Kurt Wagner returns with new work from Lambchop. New York duo Buscabulla gets sexy with a Latin flair and we hear from Eloïse who is just 17 years old but has a deep sense of pop.
Melancholy is beautiful in the hands of The Cinematic Orchestra and its featured guest, LA-based vocalist Moses Sumney. The first glimpse of a forthcoming studio album revolves around “the prerequisite of everything in life is belief” as we listen to the song “To Believe.”
Soulful vocalist Anderson .Paak and producer Knxwledge team up as the acclaimed duo NxWorries. Their debut album plays like a mix-tape, a love letter to music and life that’s complete with skits, songs and all sorts of snippets. “Scared Money” feels timeless.
Kurt Wagner, the mastermind behind Lambchop, creates subtle yet enticing songs. A new album called Flotus is an acronym for “For Love Often Turns Us Still.” “NIV” captures that magical energy felt behind starting something new.
Inspired by 80’s Salsa Erótica icon Frankie Ruiz and produced by Dev Hynes of Blood Orange, Buscabulla writes a slinky love letter referencing the master’s sex-inspired lyrics on “Tártaro.“
Seventeen-year-old UK newcomer Eloïse has a distinctive style alongside an eye opening prowess that encompasses an emotional maturity and a deep sense of pop. On “Studio 54” Eloïse lets her imagination run wild.