NEW MUSIC BLAG MIXTAPE 180119

Because team work makes the dream work your weekly mixtape is now a collective effort from Team TRASH.

Bossy Love – Up All Over Me

Windswept, pulsing beats crash through this heart-pounding, adrenaline infused lead single from debut EP Whiplash which is available now and is guaranteed to be loved by fans of Robyn.

The Incarnations – Love Drugs

We’ve stepped back in time to the carefree 1960s with Aberdeen based indie group The Incarnations as we’re treated to lucid riffs and shimmy-worthy beats.

Bananarama – Dance Music

Following a huge original line up tour last year with founding member Siobhan Fahey, The Bananas return as a two-piece (Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin) for their first new album in a decade. Dance Music is a sophisticated, edgy pop number channeling Goldfrapp and Kylie.

Bob Sinclar – Electrico Romantico feat. Robbie Williams

Like a string reworking of Robbie’s Rudebox days, from a chance meeting at a school fundraiser. Rock n roll.

James Morrison – My Love Goes On feat. Joss Stone

Following successful duets with Nelly Furtardo and Jess Stone, James Morrison returns and brings Joss Stone back out of the shadows with him for the soulful, gospel-tinged, uplifting track.

The Killers – Land Of The Free

A stand-alone protest song from Brandon and co, with a powerful video directed by Spike Lee.

Glen Hansard – I’ll Be You, Be Me

Oscar-winner Hansard unveils the first track from his upcoming fourth full length album, and as you’d expect from an Oscar winner it’s a dramatic crescendo — from early, brooding beginnings to a euphoric crescendo and black-out close.

The Japanese House – Maybe You’re The Reason

Chilled-stark  with a killer synth-break, this taster of Amber Bain’s upcoming debut is a classy pop soundscape.

Butterjack – Hot Sauce

A little electronic beauty from Butterjack, AKA Aiden Grimshaw, whose crown for the best post-X Factor album remains on his head. (Is This Love? …What a song though.)

The Skints – Learning to Swim 

The punk-reggae genre is sliced up perfectly as Marcia Richards steps up to duty on lead vocals while the East London group deliver carefree beats thrown into the mix with roaring riffs.

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