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Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web, handpicked by the Hype Machine team. A custom compilation of the week, from our hearts to your inbox. PLAY ALL TRACKS

Car Seat Headrest - Fill In The Blank

Posted by 2 sites • Also on: SpotifyApple Music
Since Will Toledo's 2015 breakthrough, Teens of Style, he's been playing to growing crowds (including at Hype Hotel) and prepping a proper follow-up LP, Teens of Denial—from which comes this new single. "Both gutsily-honest and damned catchy," says CoS.

Bunji Garlin - Television (Produced by Jillionaire & Richie Beretta)

DJ/producer Jillionaire (Major Lazer) teams up with Soca star/fellow Trinidadian Bunji Garlin and NY producer Richie Beretta for a big crossover track—complete with Flipmode reference—that sounds like a sure bet for any street party this summer.

HONNE & Izzy Bizu - Someone That Loves You +1 remix

Two rising names from London, duo HONNE and young singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu, wrote this one together quite casually. "Kicking up the tempo without losing the soothing quality... the collaboration feels as effortless as its backstory," says P&P.

Peaness - Oh George

We may have given British trio Peaness a hard time about their name ("It is funny, though," they pointed out) but we can't deny this plucky single which, far from being a love song about a boy named George, is actually their critique of a certain UK politician.

Jean-Michel Blais - Nostos (feat. Bufflo)

Posted by 12 sites • On SoundCloud • Also on: Spotify
Sitting above the usual jams on our Popular chart right now is a "blearily beautiful" piece (FACT) by this Québecois composer, improvisor and pianist. Well done, everyone. His debut album is out as of last week via Arts & Crafts.

Paradis - La Ballade de Jim

A compilation from Beats In Space, BIS: 001 - 020, spanning their rich catalog of leftfield dance music.

More from Beats In Space available at Amoeba Music.

NPR details dance's queer history and how a new crop of DJs and promoters are reclaiming the floor.

"Disco and house music, it's all derived from the gay community," says Servito. "A lot of us feel strong about that and more connected to it than ever. The way things are in dance music today, in club culture, it's predominantly straight. It's just a matter of time before [queer] people start to latch on and take what's theirs."

Thanks for listening!

- Dev, Dave & Team Hype Machine


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