Top 5 tracks of the week #1

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Let’s get started, and for now, we are introducing the debut of the top five tracks of the week powered by Musosoup. We are receiving a generous amount of submission constantly so we decided to kick off this brand new feature by recognizing some of the best artists that come to us weekly.

Get your ears ready to enjoy some pretty dope music, we have a mix of psychology with alternative, a little bit of indie and hip hop.

Let’s delve right in!

1) Garbage Queen – Pretty Boy


Garbage Queen is a band from Poland based in the UK with the reminiscent sound of the 70s punk rock, combining dreamy guitars with a heavy chorus which amalgamates into a dark and disturbing bridge resulting in off the hook music.

2) Gin Cooley – Wolf


I don’t know if this is my subconscious mind or what, but for some reason, Lana Del Rey comes across my mind when I listen to this slap, Gin Cooley is a mysterious Psychotherapist releasing the first single from her upcoming EP which is expected to be out this summer, Wolf is a dusky, dreamy, sexy and sweet song that you don’t wanna miss.

3) Church, Honey – Pity Sex


Church, Honey is a music project released by Ben James Miller, who is a musician and songwriter from the UK. His newest song called Pity Sex was previously played on BBC Introducing, recorded at the notorious Young Thugs Studio in York with Jonny Hooker, this song combines great melodies with indie and pop.

4) CSK – Play


David Brown with the collaboration of his mate Matt Carter creates CSK, which is a music project based in the UK, now debuting the first track of the EP called Two, bringing a pretty dope instrumental track that could be easily the soundtrack of ‘your moment of joy’ or just a great vibe to listen to while you work.

5) Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L – Neon Blue


Hailing from Brooklyn, Breon is a hip-hop artist navigating through his universe, coming up with floaty ambivalence of his music paired with a gymnastic lyrical flow, Neon Blue is a quick song that could be easily playing on the radio or any playlist, putting you in that mood like it hasn’t hit yet.

That’s it guys, be sure to follow up on the socials and I’ll see you again next week.

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