Amp. Amsterdam Releases Latest Tracks Of The Week
If R&B/pop songs, club bangers, rocking drums, and strings are what you're looking for, then this week’s selection of our Tracks Of The Weeks will suit you just right.
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Rockstar - JAI
After his debut single Follow Me, rising star JAI is back with 'Rockstar'. A smooth R&B/pop song with a funky drumbeat and catchy bass riffs.
It Don't Impress Me - MagnusTheMagnus, Madi Banja
Producer/songwriter MagnusTheMagnus released 'It Don’t Impress Me' in collaboration with Madi Banja. The track is swag all over, with its bubbling beat, heavy sub-bass, and rhythmic synths. An absolute club banger!
unfold - Ólafur Arnalds, SOHN
Hear as Ólafur takes you on a journey, accompanied by the lush sounds of piano, cello, flute, and the sultry voice of SOHN. It’s the multi-instrumentalist follow-up track to re:member.
Don't Miss It - James Blake
Experimental vocal effects are the core of James Blake's new single 'Don’t Miss It'. On this minimalistic track, crafted with subtle piano lines and soothing choral hums, Blake’s songwriting is at its purest. 'Don’t Miss It' is the follow-up to his comeback
single If The Car Beside You Moves Ahead.
Hanging D - Cello Octet Amsterdam Version - Cello Octet Amsterdam
Joep Beving’s 2017 single Hanging D gets a sweet rework by the Cello Octet Amsterdam. The new arrangement is filled with suspense, moving from modest to very exuberant.
Forever - Billy Raffoul
After his last single, I'm Not A Saint, Billy Raffoul is back with 'Forever'. Billy’s raw voice cuts through a bedding of subtle acoustic guitar embellishments, rocking drums and a sea of distortion.
Genre: Music & Sound Design