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‘Everyone likes vinyl until they hike around a crate’ Five tracks to add to your playlists U+Music

Written by Sam Walker.
Posted October 17, 2023.
five tracks of the week

From break-up anthems to bouncy club tracks, this week’s instalment of top five tracks will take you away from the wet and windy weather and straight into the moment, whether that’s moving on, moving up or moving out.

Davido feat Omah Lay – Feel

Davido returns with some melodic afro, with his new track ‘Feel.’ Partnering up with Omah Lay, Feel has the potential to join Davido’s ‘If’ as a regularly run track thanks to its swinging soulful beat. Add it to the playlist, turn it up and take yourself on a mini-break.

Mist feat Mostack – I admit

As far as classic pairings go, Mostack and Mist are up their with Fish and Chips, having previously collab’d together on a host of UK rap bangers such as Fisherman with J Hus, and Money with Steel Banglez. This time the pair collab for – I admit and it doesn’t disappoint.

Skepta – Can’t Play Myself (Tribute to Amy)

This rolling deep house track harks back to some of Skepta’s classic dance anthems such as Wearing My Rolex and has a slight Disclosure or Gorgon City feel to it, thanks to the Amy Winehouse samples and the nice swinging bass.

Paloma Faith – How you leave a man

A power pop anthem from Paloma Faith with ‘How you leave a man.’ It’s as you might of guessed, the perfect break up record for anyone going through the motions and will no doubt join the likes of Little Mix’s Shout out to my ex and Usher’s You Don’t Have to Call.

The Streets – Each Day Gives

With The Streets back on tour and playing the Victoria Warehouse at the end of the month, it’s only right that Mike Skinner’s latest release ‘Each Day Gives’ gets a feature, it’s classic Mike. Witty, reflectional, questioning. ‘Everyone likes vinyl until they hike around a crate’.