1. We've been psyched for Palmistry to release a full-length for years. The downcast, dancehall-indebted "Club Aso" is a beautiful reminder why.
2. The 10-plus-minute "I Remember Makonnen Freestyle" is both happy and heartbreaking; it's a long-winded, loose-canon outpouring about the highs and lows of life in the spotlight.
3. Miami-based Dominican singer Fuego made a Spanish-language edit of Drake's "One Dance," and it goes. What else would expect from someone who's name literally means 🔥?
4. Travis Scott may have quietly dropped the dollar sign, but he's also still dropping bops. His 2015 single "A Team," produced by Rihanna/Drake collaborator Allen Ritter and featuring exactly no one, has been catching steam, and for good reason.
5. The latest sultry earworm from L.A.-via-Toronto singer JAHKOY is called "all of YOU." It's hinged on a funky riff and JAHKOY's romantic, summery longing: We should get a little closer, he sings.
7. Tegan and Sara have, for years, been supremely gifted at writing songs that stick inside your head and heart. "Boyfriend" is another one: a hopelessly bouncy number about dating a girl who's never dated a girl before. I don't want to be your secret anymore, it professes.
8. "ACD" by Philly shoegaze crew Nothing is another couple minutes of bleakly beautiful guitar-rock, hinged on unearthly reverb and harmonic layers that are pretty but not too pretty.
9. Maxwell's new single "Lake by the Ocean"—an early preview of his long-awaited, hopefully great new album—is expectedly airy and refreshingly retro.
10. Our favorite song from Eskimeaux's recently released mini-album is "Drunk." Maybe it's because it references a legendary Brooklyn intersection (see you at Myrtle-Broadway/ I'm shy and keep walking), or maybe it's because it makes social anxiety and hopeless longing sound so damn sweet.
Lead image: Graham Walzer, Jonathan Mannion, Frazer Harrison/Getty, Carmen Daneshmandi.