Today's Top Tune

A weekday download of standout songs, including advance releases, exclusive live tracks recorded at KCRW, remixes, and an introduction to new artists on our radar.

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After a 5-year hiatus, London's Da Lata are back with a new single featuring Senegalese singer Diabel  Cissokho.  Get moving to the baritone sax driven, rock-steady groove called "Mentality."


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VanWyck: “Carolina’s Anatomy”


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Automatic: “Signal”


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Son Little: “hey rose”


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It's hard to believe that Nortec Collective created their signature Tijuana-based electronic sound fusing Norteño and Techno music some 20 years ago. To celebrate their accomplishments, we turn to a reissue from Bostich  + Fussible - it's called...


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