The 10 Best Songs Of The Week: Ariana Grande, Flume, Client Liason And More

Written By the interns on 04/23/2016


If you're not groovin in the moo, doesn't mean you can't be groovin to these tunes...

Empty Threat (Big Wild Remix)

Big Wild is fresh off his massive collaboration with Tove Stryke and he's entering further into the pop world with this glossy remix of CHVRCHES' track Empty Threat. He trades sprawling electronica for perky, sunshine-soaked vibes and it's making us really miss summer. The Cali producer is definitely one to watch. - Sam Murphy

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9. Client Liason
World Of Our Love

Perhaps it is the crisp vocal work by frontman Monte Morgan, but World Of Our Love is just as infectious as their previous work. From the two-step beat to disco-esque bassline, World Of Our Love is groovy throwback to the nostalgic ’90s. - Harrison Kefford

8. Katy B
Rising Water (Feat. MssingNo and Geeneus)

Katy B really isn't getting enough credit for what she's pulling off with this Honey project. She's teaming up with some of the most innovative producers in the world and redefining what pop club music can be. Rising Water is a stunning example of that. It's a slow-expanding, intense number that fits her vocals like a glove. - Sam Murphy

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Next To You (Feat. Savoi)

Aussie producer LDRU scored a deservedly massive hit with Keeping Score and now he's followed it up with Next To You, a track that is surely poised to be massive too. It's a hooky, unashamedly dancefloor-centric song that would sound just as glorious on radio as it would in the club. - Sam Murphy

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6. Mr Carmack & Promnite

FDT is anything but a ‘clean’ track, with effects running wild over the top of a deep and dark bassline, and percussive elements to keep you on your toes. Carmack and Promnite really get into messing around with the rhythmic feel of the track as well – going from single to double time and back again at the drop of a hat – complimented by a heap of syncopated, and off-the-beat drops.

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5. Felix Snow/SZA

The infectious track, carried along by a danceable Felix Snow production, marks a change of sound for SZA – a step away from the more ambiguous, ethereal sounds of her previous works, such as those on her tremendous Z EP, and a foray in to a more mainstream sound. - James Schofield

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4. GL
Good Grip

Melbourne duo GL are set to support Australiana electro superstars Client Liaison on their upcoming national tour. In anticipation, they’ve released a brand new track, Grip, which is a percussively-captivating choon dripping with funk and gloss. - Zanda Wilson

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3. Flume
Say It (Feat. Tove Lo)

We’re nearing ever closer to the 27th May release date of Flume‘s new album Skin and now we’ve got a fourth track from the record. This one is called Say It and it’s a collaboration with Swedish popstar Tove Lo who is fresh from collaborating with Nick Jonas on Close. - Sam Murphy

2. Ariana Grande
Let Me Love You (Feat. Lil Wayne)

Ariana Grande's latest Let Me Love You is definitely a more stripped back sound for Ari, as she and Wayne give off some super smooth R&B vibes on this one. The layered vocals add another element all-together. - Zanda Wilson

1. Kllo

Melbourne duo and cousins Kllo have just come off a huge 2015 – touring relentlessly through the middle of the year, playing Splendour in the Grass as well as heading over to play shows in Europe. Now they’ve released a new, dreamy cut from their forthcoming sophomore EP Well Worn. - Zanda Wilson

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