Welcome to a super exciting week of Infinite Purple’s New Music Friday recap where we listen through this week’s released tracks to bring you the songs that stand out!
Read all the way through or make your way to the bottom for the full Spotify playlist of our Friday discoveries.
MIDNIGHT – Whethan (ft. Magsy)
Our amazing friend, Magsy, is featured on the titular track of Whethan’s brand new album MIDNIGHT. The track, which features Magsy’s beautiful & enchanting vocals atop a fun, video-game-like beat, will definitely put you in a good mood. We couldn’t be more stoked for Magsy (and our ears) as his career continues to “blossom.”
Teardrops – MK & Paul Woolford (ft. Majid Jordan)
Two of our favorite artists from different genres have teamed up for a song that will definitely be played all summer long. On “Teardrops,” legendary house producer/DJ, MK, along with Paul Woolford, recruits the amazing OVO duo, Majid Jordan, for a track that will make you feel good. With a pumping house beat, some classic MK piano playing, and Majid’s nice vocals, this track is definitely worth a listen.
Flos Potentia (Sugar, Cotton, Tabacco) – Ron Trent & Khruangbin
We’ve been avid Khruangbin fans ever since hearing their earlier releases of “Time (You & I)” and “Evan Finds A Third Room” and it has been a joy to listen to their sound echo over time with many legendary collaborations and super vibey releases. “Flos Potentia” is a lovely instrumental release that just keeps jamming in and on in the best way possible!
Burn This House – J. Worra (ft. Little Boots)
House producer/DJ, J. Worra, is back with another banger of a song. After blowing up from her awesome track, “Chunk Funk,” J. Worra has been on a tear releasing some really great, dance-floor ready songs. On “Burn This House,” the house producer teams up with singer, Little Boots, for a super fun tech house track that you will definitely hear on the dance-floor soon.
Mine O’ Mine – Aluna & Jayda G
With Aluna’s beautiful vocals and Jayda G’s ecstatic energy producing quality house music were left with a perfect summer jam similar to Jayda G’s last house summer hit “Both of Us”. We’re happy to see more representation of Black Women on dance music culture since they played such an integral role in it to begin with. We suggest you check out both artists extensive catalog of music.
Way Out – FKJ
French multi-instrumentalist and songwriter French Kiwi Juice is masterful in his craft of creating tunes that carry the most chill and soothing vibes that compliment any mood or atmosphere. “Way Out” is what we’ve learned to expect from the legend, but with a chiller, more downtempo jazz feels with piano and sax features.
My Paradise – Jamie Jones
If you love dance music and haven’t heard of UK producer and DJ Jamie Jones yet, then you should be pleasantly surprised. Jamie Jones checks all the boxes when it comes to making quality house and techno music that can be played at a bar, club, workout , or car. “My Paradise” is no exception and we’d like to note that he released this single under IP favorite record label “Defected Records” which is pretty much a seal of hood house music.
WATER. – Snakehips (ft. Bryce Vine)
Producer duo Snakehips have collaborated with some of the biggest names in mainstream music while maintaining their always joyous and danceable sound. “WATER” is a nice summertime tune that is perfect for getting a vibe started at a get together with friends or while relaxing at home.
Music In My Mind – Static Revenger, The Sponges, & Latroit
Dj and production duo, The Sponges, have been on a steady rise for a few years now with some ultra-fun and funky club-ready anthems that have grabbed the attention of over 70,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. These guys have a really unique sound that we are so excited to hear more of!
Strung Up – Sorley
We’ve been loving these Catch and Release ID’s finally being put out for everybody to listen to and to play! “Strung Up” has been a dance floor weapon of Australian personality and DJ, Fisher, and it is a high-energy time with climactic drops and a violin sample that is truly epic.
Album MAHAL – Toro y Moi
One of our favorite artists, Toro y Moi, is back with a brand new album that is all we could ask for. With his unique ability to craft funky, laid-back, and high-quality songs, Chaz continues his reign as one of the best modern musicians out there. Some of our favorite tracks from the album include “The Medium (ft. Unknown Mortal Orchestra),” “The Loop,” & “Millennium (ft. The Mattson 2).”
Album WET TENNIS – Sofi Tukker
If you know us well then you know that we’re huge fans of Sofi Tukker at IP. WET TENNIS is Sofi Tukker’s second LP released since Treehouse in 2018. This album is packed with great featured artists like John Summit, Mahmut Orhan, Amadou, and the one only “Tuckers Dad”. As always Sofi Tukker provides us with up best dance music with a good message and even better bass line.
Album HISTORY – The Knocks
After releasing multiple singles with amazing artists from all over the spectrum, The Knocks have released their newest album HISTORY. The Knocks have been around for a while proving themselves as some of the most high-quality producers in the game. Some of our favorite songs from the album are “R U HIGH (ft. Mallrat),” “Nobody But Me (ft. Cold War Kids),” & “Real Life (ft. Cannons).”
Album I NEVER LIKED YOU – Future
A very intelligent person once said: “I feel like every time Future comes out with an album the summer is about to be poppin.” Well it looks like we’re going to have an amazing summer because Future just released his brand new album, I NEVER LIKED YOU, featuring a massive list of guest artists. This album will definitely move into rotation as we enter summer time. Some of our favorite tracks from it are “FOR A NUT (ft. Gunna & Young Thug),” “WAIT FOR U (ft. Drake & Tems),” & “I’M ON ONE (ft. Drake).”
EP Utopia I – St. Lucia
Beach rock band, St. Lucia, has released a new EP after relative quiet for the last few years. The group’s newest EP is called, Utopia I, signaling that there may be another one on the way at some point. Although it’s only 6 songs, it packs in a lot of the good feels that we’ve grown to love from the South African band. Some of our favorites are “Another Lifetime,” “Rocket On My Feet,” & “The Golden Age.”
And some more tracks that stood out this week:
For the full IP’s NMF playlist including many additional songs not featured above, check the playlist below: