Substance Is Meaningless Top tracks – December 2018 – Part 2

Photo above: Odina 

We tried, we really did, but, alas, one Xmas-themed song has made it into our December playlist. At least it’s a good one. Here’s part 2 of our December top tracks!

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Lover – Best Side

After the recent success of his debut single ‘Eagle To The Prey’, Australian artist Oliver Kirby, aka LOVER, returns with his next exciting release ‘Best Side’, teaming up again with Mammal Sounds Records.


narou – Prophecy (feat. Hannah Jenkins) 

Vienna born, Berlin based producer and artist narou teams up with NYC native vocalist Hannah Jenkins to create a track that delves into electronic soul and r’n’b sensibility.


MUNNYCAT – Check it

MUNNYCAT is the noise-pop production project of K808 + Khaledzou. The result is confident, creative, and completely infectious. 2 total collaborators – they love each other, live together, write and produce together, and they even shoot and edit their own music videos together.

Odina – Snow

So, this is the Christmas song, thankfully, it’s a beautifully melancholic piece of music from the young Spanish singer-songwriter. Definitely an artist to watch out for in 2019.


CID RIM – Control feat. Denai Moore

Austrian electro-specialist CID RIM teams up with Denai Moore to create one could be his most-popular track so far.


Miss Grit – Talk Talk

Miss Grit was born in an NYU dorm room in January 2018. While her friends were celebrating winter break with their families, frontwoman, Margaret Sohn, was behind locked doors, screaming into a mic through her guitar pedal board and out her amplifier. Talk Talk is the first track to come out of this.

Listen to the tracks in our playlist in full here

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