10 songs you need in your life this week

Tracks we love right now, in no particular order.

November 12, 2020
10 songs you need in your life this week Pictured L-R: Sega Bodega (James Gould), Bree Runway (Lusha Alic), Moullinex (David Madeira)

Each week, The FADER staff rounds up the songs we can't get enough of. Here they are, in no particular order.


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"Ven" — Moullinex

The scrumptious latest offering from Les Yeux Orange has Lisbon producer Moullinex (Luis Clara Gomes) teaming with vocalist Ekstra Bonus for a gleaming romp.

"Your Brother" — Miljon

If Stockholm-based label Studio Barnhus puts its stamp on a track, you'd best drop everything and slam play. The sea-sprayed memories that Miljon deliver on "Your Brother" are no exception.

"Thriller" — Duwap Kaine

Spooky season never really ended this year, aight? And if there's anyone fit for the job of recontextualizing "Thriller" with new bite, it's Cleveland rap miniaturist Duwap Kaine.

"Rolls Royce" — Bree Runway

Mark my words: once this pandemic is over, Bree Runway will own these sidewalks. "Rolls Royce" punctuates the strut-worthy excellence that radiates off her debut project 2000AND4EVA.

"Make U Stay" — Sega Bodega and Låpsley

We knew Sega Bodega and Låpsley were about to dish out something good, but nothing could have prepared us for a track as gnarled and salacious as "Make U Stay." And here we are again, coming back for more.

"single af" — Fousheé

For those of you rolling around your apartment and cramping up your thumbs from all the left-swiping, Fousheé sees you and she's here to hit all the right notes.

"Corner Store" — Palberta

Between this and "Something In The Way," it feels as though Palberta are about to drop the kind of album that's going to make everyone desperate to have gigs back. In the meantime, we'll take all the thrills they're offering, be it at the bodega or elsewhere.

"Fights Don't Matter" — Drakeo The Ruler

It's not like we've been starved for new Drakeo music while he's been in prison but, man, it's such a relief to see him back in the game on "Fights Don't Matter."

"Dialtone" — Lontalius feat. Quiet Luke

When Lontalius thought Los Angeles wasn't made for whoever he's singing to, we felt that. "Dialtone" is a real punch in the gut, but that's what November is for.

"Flux" — Quit Life

Capping things off with a chasmic new offering from YEAR0001 signee Quit Life just feels right. "Flux" doesn't need context to convey something truly mesmerizing.

10 songs you need in your life this week