New Hot is conducting an experiment.
Every Monday at 10 p.m., The Current's Music Director David Safar guides you through an hour of music discovery. From unsigned bands to established artists, he introduces listeners to new music they need to know about.
Ultimately, some songs heard on New Hot make it in to The Current's playlist, and this week we wanted to give listeners the reins. What songs would The Current listeners add to our playlist if they had the opportunity? This is where you come in.
Follow along to the songs the songs played on tonight's episode of New Hot or, you can go at your own pace and listen to the tunes embedded below. Rate the tunes on a scale of one to five stars, and we'll share the top rated songs with you on Tuesday. They may even make it into The Current's music playlist!
Joywave, "Tongues" feat. Kopps off How Do You Feel EP
SBTRKT, "New Dorp New York" feat. Ezra Koenig off Wonder Where We Land
BANKS, "Beggin For Thread" off Goddess
Angus and Julia Stone, "A Heartbreak" off Angus and Julia Stone
Hiss Golden Messenger, "Saturday's Song" off Lateness of Dancers
Sean Rowe, "Madman" off Madman
Wolf Alice, "Moaning Lisa Smile" off Creature Songs
White Fence, "Like That" off For The Recently Found Innocent
Shovels and Rope, "The Devil Is All Around" off Swimmin' Time
Grimes, "Go" (single)
Knox Hamilton, "Work It Out" (single)
Shabazz Palaces, "Forerunner Foray" off Lese Majesty
Bear In Heaven, "Autumn" off Time Is Over One Day Old
Honeyblood, "Bud" off Honeyblood
The Rosebuds, "In My Teeth" off Sand and Silence
Bassnectar, "Noise" feat. Donnis off Noise vs Beauty
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- Virtual Music Meeting: Omar Souleyman, 'Wenu Wenu' What do you think of the new Omar Souleyman single "Wenu Wenu"? Musically, does it do anything for you? Let's get the conversation started. Read what The Current staff have to say, then share your opinion of the title track off the Syrian artist's latest album.
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