Before letting you to the five best songs of the new week, let’s take an eye on Kanye West’s quote: “Release dates are played out. Therefore, the surprise is going to be a surprise. There go the surprise.” Kanye was right. Release dates are a thing of the past. The surprises are somehow endlessly surprising, even when we really should know better by now. And there were so many surprises this week for you to discover. How the hell is anyone supposed to keep up with this? The deluge will undoubtedly continue into next week (and beyond, always), but let’s take some minutes to look back at the last seven days before looking forward to the infinite surprises still to come. And if you want to listen to it again, just download these songs on Linktomp3.com.
5. Told Slant – “Tsunami.”
Told Slant has boasted a dedicated Tumblr/Bandcamp/Brooklyn DIY following for about half a decade, but some of us are just now catching on — and with songs as compelling as this one, we’ll also soon be catching up. It’s called “Tsunami,” and it reminds me of the mountainous Pacific Northwest or at least the indie rock that proliferated there some two decades ago. If you take time hearing this song carefully, you will be experienced on the real Tsunami at the moment.
4. Radiohead – “Burn The Witch.”
I like “Burn The Witch” and I don’t care what it means for their legacy and current importance. I appreciate that the band still continually push their sound and are inventive in doing so.
3. Braids – “Companion.”
If you are feeling lost something in life, the best suggestion for you is listen to the Companion of Braids. You will realize that your life is very meaningful and beautiful.
2. James Blake – “Radio Silence.”
This song might be seen as one of the most successful songs of James Blake, but not many people know that this song has been related to the unforgettable memory of him. Let’s take a cup of coffee and enjoy it on your weekend.
1. Mitski – “Happy.”
“Happy” is one of Mitsui songs that builds from hushed beginnings to what feels like an explosive outpouring of life force itself, and here, her fuzzed-out guitar is joined by a skronking baritone sax that’s enough to turn any pity party into a dance party.
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