The Pulse: Thrupence, Charli XCX & More Round Out Your Week In New Electronic Music

Written By Zanda Wilson on 03/11/2017

THE PULSE is a weekly wrap up by the interns, catching you up on all the must-hear electronic music released over the past week and sound-tracking your weekend house parties.

Thrupence - Conversations

Thurpence is making 2017 his year, and has already released a couple of straight up killer tunes. Now, with Conversations, we see a darker, softer side to his production, in what is probably the most instrumentally-driven cut we've heard from him in some time. More obviously though, this track stands out for Thrupence's own vocals featuring on the track, something that we're hopeful will become a more regular occurrence.

Chrome Sparks - Wake

Chrome Sparks is the king of creating understated yet captivating electronic music, and his latest track Wake only serves to reinforce the reputation of the producer. Since bursting onto the scene the American musician has unveiled track after track packed with glitchy, synth-drive goodness. Wake is another solid addition to his emerging discography.

SCNDL feat. Rachel Costanzo - Blindside

Aussie dance producers SCNDL have teamed up with fellow Melbourne singer and DJ Rachel Costanzo on their latest huge banger Blindside. The latest track from the duo is fast and furious cut, referencing styles including eurodance and drum & bass. One for the club playlist that's for sure.

Charli XCX feat. MØ - 3AM (Pull Up) 

While the music Charli XCX creates couldn't strictly be categorised as electronic, her mesh of gorgeous pop sensibilities are typically backed by catchy, and often glitchy electro production. Joining with Danish singer-songwriter , she's crafted a jam that's just the right amount of hopeful and lonely. taking cues from pop and electro, the new EP that 3am (Pull Up) is lifted from was unsurprisingly co-produced by PC Music mogul A. G. Cook

Jacques Greene - You All See My Light

Canadian producer Jacques Greene released his incredible debut album Feel Infinite yesterday and this gem is taken from it. You All See My Light is the sprawling, epic finale that comes after 10 very danceable songs. It's the comedown but there's also something really euphoric about it.