NMIXX's "Young, Dumb, Stupid" & 9 Other New Songs Out This Week


Every week, we bring you #SOUNDCHECK — your destination for 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 roundup features 10 of our favorite emerging and established artists.

“Violet Chemistry” - Miley Cyrus

This delirious, euphoric rush from Endless Summer Vacation — its best song, if you ask us — captures that vulnerable thrill of going home with a stranger at the end of a long night. (YouTube)

“Young, Dumb, Stupid” - NMIXX

NMIXX’s bubbly “Young, Dumb, Stupid” has everything you could want from a K-pop song: a sassy rap, a plushy pop chorus, and an interpolated nursery rhyme melody. (YouTube)

“A Few Tomorrows” - Meet Me @ The Altar

Pop-punkers of now, MM@TA, master the mid-tempo, wistful guitar look-back on the tender and bittersweet “A Few Tomorrows.” (YouTube)

“Just A Girl” - Florence + The Machine

Add this to your list of covers Florence Welch just absolutely crushes. (YouTube)

“Let Me Rock (feat. Rocky Snyda)” - Cookiee Kawaii

The original TikTok viral Jersey Club artist is back with a more sensual bedroom take on the clubby genre. (YouTube)

“Soccer Mommy” - Shalom

We think the real Soccer Mommy would vibe with Shalom’s grunged-out and existential indie rock. (YouTube)

“Renaissance Affair” - Shallowhalo

Luscious synths pad NYC artist Shallowhalo’s supremely chill “Renaissance Affair,” which feels like it was zapped straight from ‘80s radio. (YouTube)

“Come 2 Brazil” - Alice Longyu Gao

The famous stan meme has been morphed into a dark rave-y banger courtesy of Alice Longyu Gao. “I’m a really big deal when I come to Brazil!” (YouTube)

“Back to This” - Alaska Reid

Alaska Reid’s country-minded pop gets a jolt from quirky production by A. G. Cook (who’s also her boyfriend). (YouTube)

“No Need 2 Be Sorry, Call Me? (feat. Maverick Sabre)” - Nia Archives

Zen drum ‘n’ bass is the foundation of this duet that’s more an intimate phone conversation between Nia Archives and rapper Maverick Sabre. (YouTube)

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