Soundcheck: The 10 Best Music Releases Of The Week

blackbear, Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso, + many more

by nylon

Every weekend, we bring you #SOUNDCHECK—your new destination for the best of the best new music that hit the web over the course of the week. Because you should always be prepared when someone passes you that AUX cord. This week’s round features 16 of our favorite emerging and established artists including blackbear, Est-her, Hailee Steinfend and so many more. Turn up, tune in, and tune out.

"anxiety (feat. FRND)" - blackbear

blackbear's album cybersex drops next week. The latest lift off the project is a delicious mix of chopped vocals and a production that will get your bones shaking. This is going to be an album that's heavy on the truth teas and a diverse range of sounds.

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Who is Est-her? A former ballet dancer with soaring vocals rife with passion. He only has two singles out, but it's clear Est-her's got a ton more magic up his sleeve just waiting to get out. Patience has be such a pain when the music is this good.

"GoodGirls" - BUTTERJACK

BUTTERJACK is here to give you some laid back electro-dance vibes to soundtrack your weekend full of shopping and eating. You're welcome. 

"Let Me Go (feat. Florida Georgia Line and watt)" - Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso

#TFW you love someone enough to let them go. Get whisked away in the feels, above. 

"Right To It (feat. Ashe)" - Louis The Child

If this video doesn't make you want to grab some vodka, orange juice, and your closest friends for an in-house dance party, we don't know what will. 

"Thorns" - Lo Moon

Lo Moon's serene track serves as the perfect soundtrack to this intimate visual. You'll be yearning for the touch of another after this one, folks.  

"GONE" - ionnalee

She's coming. The enigmatic artist ionnalee's new album, EVERYONE AFRAID TO BE FORGOTTEN, will arrive February 16, 2018. In the meantime, get lost in her world with "GONE." She's ready. Are you?

"Know" - Sad Boys Club

Sad Boys Club's latest combines the morose of The Cure with the glittering hints of The 1975. For a song written when they were 15, "Know" feels timeless.

"My Way" - One Bit and Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus sounds right at home over One Bit's dance beat. More of this, Noah! 

"Already Won" - Kehlani

You already know! Kehlani wins. Every. Damn. Time. Here's your new humble anthem.