There’s plenty of interesting sounds in this edition of Tracks Of The Week.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and Mild High Club surprise dropped their jazzy collaborative project Sketches of Brunswick East.
Melbourne duo Slum Sociable released another single from their forthcoming self-titled debut record with the characteristically dreamy ‘Castle’.
Brisbane band Good Boy put out their second track for the year with ‘Fishing With a Shotgun’.
Internationally, The War On Drugs, LCD Soundsystem and Ariel Pink all released another teaser to their respective upcoming records.
British brother-sister act Ardyn dropped the Tourist-produced ‘Throwing Stones’, the sequel to Tourist’s ‘We Stayed Up All Night’.
Also, a couple of remixes found their way into the playlist, with the funky Harvey Sutherland version of Cut Copy’s ‘Airborne’ and a groovy Kaytranada remix of Gorillaz’s ‘Strobelite’.
Track Of The Week: Christopher Port – Nobody Chose You
Melbourne’s Christopher Port has returned with his first tune of the year with ‘Nobody Chose You’. Along with the track, the producer revealed the release date of the Everything In Quotes “DARK” EP, due October 20. It’s his second EP, following last year’s Vetement.
‘Nobody Chose You’ is an intricate, slow-building cut, consisting of Port’s trademark UK garage influence. It appears only the start of bigger things for the producer, as he has teamed up with tastemaker label Future Classic to deliver the new EP. Watch this space.