Beyoncé – Renaissance 

Beyoncé’s groundbreaking new album Renaissance is an unmissable club record, just waiting for you to find on the dancefloor. It’s a genre-bending, career-defining release, melding together elements of disco, hip-hop, hyperpop, R&B, jazz, house and more. If the hit single Break My Soul wasn’t enough to convince you, Alien Superstar’

experimental beats and unique lyricism might draw you in. Perhaps you’d prefer the soulful croon of Plastic off the Sofa, or the dreamy six-minute long extravaganza of Virgo’s Groove. Flowing together like a perfectly crafted DJ set, Renaissance has something for everyone, but it’s all unforgettably Queen B. 

DION CHOI – Leave It As A Draft 

Born in South Korea and raised in New Zealand, Dion Choi’s artistry will blow you away with her delicious new R&B-pop track Leave It As A Draft. Her cutesy delivery and wicked flow give sass, danceability, and even some emotional catharsis for those who’ve typed out all their feelings and realized some things are simply better left unsaid. Fans of Doja Cat and Remi Wolf will be utterly blessed by this Kiwi track. 

Boy Virgo – Nineteen 

Some say Virgo star signs are intimidating because they seem so perfect. It’s an apt description for Kiwi star Boy Virgo’s latest release, Nineteen. Featuring production from iconic hyperpop creator Glitch Gum, Nineteen’s bright bubblegum sounds contrast the dark lyricism, processing the heartbreak and nostalgia of losing someone close to you. It’s explosive, distorted and will shake your speakers… as well as your soul. 

Dodie – Got Weird 

As its title promises, folk-pop musician Dodie’s new single is her weirdest yet. Got Weird is a percussive, mumbly number describing an uncomfortable date, full of moody vocals and surprising instrumental changes. Soft and light yet dark and mysterious, this is Dodie at her most inventive. 

Princess Chelsea – The Forest

Alt-pop icon Princess Chelsea offers her new track The Forest as a misty, ambient search through nature. The lyrics encourage listeners to push through their personal struggles. Filled with crunchy guitars, sharp vocals and the energetic spirit only a true live band can provide, this number is an instant indie classic. It’s also a mysterious, exciting glimpse into Princess Chelsea’s upcoming album Everything Is Going To Be Alright, which drops this October.