If you've only got time to listen to six new songs this week (which would be a very specific allocation of time), then how about you make it these incredible jams that were unleashed this week.
SOKO - Sweet Sound Of Ignorance
French artist SOKO is back with a fragile, lyrically forward song about isolation. She could sing about anything and it would end up sounding emotive because her voice is just so raw and textured. Expect this one to jab at the heart.
Linkin Park - Heavy (Feat. Kiiara)
Linkin Park are back and while their latest drop may be called Heavy it's anything but. It's the most mellow, melodic thing they've ever done and they've recruited alt-pop newcomer Kiiara for it. Her vocals are a sweet touch on this super smooth new cut.
Kilter & LANKS - Count On Me
Kilter and LANKS are two of the brightest new talents in Oz music so it's heartening to see them link up even if they're not in the same world musically. Both their styles marry effortlessly on this acoustic dance track.
Little Dragon - High
Our fave Swedes Little Dragon have finally come back onto the scene with this dizzying, psychadelic new jam High. It's a slow cut even by Little Dragon's standards but there's something subtly alluring about it which will lodge it in your memory, poised to pop up when you least expect it.
Polish Club - Come Party
Polish Club are the best rock duo since Royal Blood and their latest single Come Party proves it. The raucous rock track has been plucked from their debut record Alright Already due out 31st March.
Future - Draco
Future dropped off his self-titled new LP today and just quietly, it's going to go down as one of the best hip-hop releases of the year. Drako is the first immediate highlight on the record. It's a surprisingly melodic track, characterised by those classic Future trap vibes.