Auditory Pleasures // #36

Auditory Pleasures is your chance to catch up with the freshest new tracks from this past week.


Mark Ronson’s trailblazing return continues with Lose It (In The End) featuring Ghostface Killah taken from the impending Record Collection. Ronson’s trademark horns gets a retro accompaniment and snare drum breakdown to produce a distinct but immediately catchy sound.

Mark Ronson & The Business INTLLose It (In The End)


Taken from Summer Camp’s upcoming EP Young, Round The Moon and it’s accompanying video are a gloriously romantic take young love. The video, which takes the 1970 Swedish film En kärlekshistoria, crops the teenage love story around the track perfectly.

Summer CampRound The Moon


The king of hype Kanye West continues to push the word on his latest album, this week comparing himself to Michelangelo, Picasso, and the Egyptian pyramids of all things. West himself also leaked another track from the album featuring Beyonce and Charlie Wilson titled See Me Now.

Kanye West ft. Beyonce & Charlie WilsonSee Me Now


Glitter is the first listen to new material from No Age’s upcoming album Everything In Between and will be the first single, along with b-side Inflorescence, to be taken from the LP. The emphasis on the vocals seems to be highlighted while still keeping the reverb and feedback of the band’s noise-pop origins, making for a clean yet fuzzy sound all at the same time.

No AgeGlitter