Join us as we\u2019re jumping into some of our favourite new music releases this month including bangers from the likes of Gorillaz, Push T and Disclosure.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ll also like:\r\nThis Month In Music - May 2018\u00a0\r\nThis Month In Music - April 2018\u00a0\r\nThis Month In Music - March 2018\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/0slkzFvyBWcwnjEEDtYE5E?si=fdKP7CSbSoe0sxjAyK1Lng\r\nDisclosure \u2013 Ultimatum\r\nAfter some significant time off, UK duo Disclosure have surprised us with a new single \u2018Ultimatum\u2019 featuring a sample from Malian singer Fatoumata Diawara which they found \u201cwhile digging through her discography\u201d. The result is a remarkable lounge groover filled with delicately executed synths and basslines, perfectly getting the taste buds ready for what we hope will soon be an album from the electronic stalwarts.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/7qwt4xUIqQWCu1DJf96g2k?si=6FSaBeAVQsuk8SZ_mNsBAA\r\nClairo feat. Rejje Snow \u2013 Hello?\r\nOver the past year, singer-songwriter Clairo has quickly become recognised for her Lo-fi pop productions, with her biggest claim to fame coming from her breakout viral hit \u2018Pretty Girl\u2019, raking in over 15M views on YouTube. Now Clairo has returned with an EP full of new and existing material, the stand out track being the opening track \u2018Hello?\u2019 featuring Irish rapper Rejje Snow. \u2018Hello?\u2019 is a smooth, low-tempo duet carried beautifully by both Clario and Rejje\u2019s intentionally unenthused voices.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=E5yFcdPAGv0\r\nGorillaz \u2013 Humility (feat. George Benson)\r\nAfter confirming that their sixth studio album was on it\u2019s way, animated pop\/electronic outfit Gorillaz have shared an early snippet of the album with their first single \u2018Humility\u2019 featuring the legendary Jazz guitarist George Benson. Accompanied by a music video featuring Jack Black, \u2018Humility\u2019 is a silky smooth and pleasantly digestible introduction to their upcoming album. We can\u2019t fault George Benson\u2019s slicked and perfectly timed guitar work, complimenting the song throughout and setting up what could be one of the most exciting albums of the year.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/6otudTOrybSiD3ig7RPrAj?si=d_1ed97-Qj6F03Nk9VTFBg\r\nMatthew Young \u2013 Over This\r\nNew Zealand is filled to the brim with local talent and Matthew Young is one of our favourite hidden gems. \u2018Over This\u2019 may be one of the accompanying tracks from his latest EP, however the pop\/RnB ballad is an absolute standout that melts with emotion.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=nxXLxq-juEc\r\nKwaye \u2013 I Go\r\nBeing dubbed as \u201cOne of the greatest artists you haven\u2019t heard of yet\u201d by Noisey is a pretty large feat for the London based Kwaye. Riding his own stylistic wave of Indie RnB, Kwaye\u2019s first release of the year is \u2018I Go\u2019, a combination of Kwaye\u2019s funk and soulful presence throughout his discography.\r\n\r\nThe song \u201ctells two sides of a relationship that becomes divided by distance,\u201d he says. \u201cIt was inspired by my first trip from London to LA \u2013 leaving everything I knew behind, but feeling excited in the of anticipation of things to come.\u201d\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?time_continue=108&v=8lkmsaOFKJ8\r\nMaribelle \u2013 I\u2019m A Mess Without You\r\nMaribelle is one of Australia\u2019s most underrated pop stars right now. Her debut \u2018Overtake\u2019 EP from 2016 catapulted her on the Australian pop music scene, as she showcased her credentials to be one of Australia\u2019s biggest rising stars. Almost two years down the track and we have her follow up single \u2018I\u2019m A Mess Without You\u2019, inspired by an honest reflection of her \u201cbeing confused about having feelings for a girl for the first time\u201d.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/5y4QPTianMQxKdcKkJMOoD?si=dBZNY1EFTmKxJ-hUPUDCzg\r\nBob Moses \u2013 Heaven Only Knows\r\nCanadian electronic duo Bob Moses can do no wrong as they return with a gazing new single \u2018Heaven Only Knows\u2019. With each and every element delivered simply and effectively, \u2018Heaven Only Knows\u2019 features Bob Moses\u2019 recognisable vocal delivery over a big-beat kick drum and bubbling bass synths, eventually steering into darker territories with gritty basslines and climatic risers. The release comes two years after their debut album, which put them on festival lineups around the world including Coachella, Lolapalooza, Sonar and Laneway Festival. We\u2019re pencilling them in for an album before the end of the year.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/054ghjdHmZeUmrVQC8Mi3o?si=UbLsVuxZTW6WQlajb4uekw\r\nKira Piru - Molotov\r\nYou\u2019re going to be hearing a lot of Kira Piru over the next couple of months. Following on from her silky pop bop \u2018Tension\u2019, her new single \u2018Molotov\u2019 has been firing online with tons of blog coverage and early radio support. The past year has seen Kira develop her sound, as a funky bass melody acts as the driver of the track, underneath Kira\u2019s catchy vocal work and groove-centric percussion. Hot off fresh collabs with Illy, Urthboy and Paul Kelly, Kira Piru is expected to bring her party vibe to some of Australia\u2019s biggest festivals throughout the rest of the year.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/track\/7l2dHlKH07RO0BK0Lh6obt?si=KOYYy3Y3QdCCwD4GWrWM5g\r\nSilk City \u2013 Only Can Get Better with Daniel Merriweather\r\nThere\u2019s a chance you haven\u2019t heard of Silk City before, but you\u2019d certainly be familiar with the super-producers that make up one of the most exciting electronic duos right now. Made up of Diplo and Mark Ronson, Silk City is named after the diner where the pair met in Philadelphia 16 years ago. \u2018Only Can Get Better\u2019 is the first offering from the project, which has been described as a \u201chomage to some of the greatest dance music cities; Chicago, London, Paris, Detroit\u201d by Diplo. The duo nabbed Australian singer Daniel Merriweather to feature on the disco-house thumper, which channels the bassline heavy sounds of artists like Daft Punk.\r\n\r\nDiplo has also confirmed that Silk City are set to drop a follow up single with Dua Lipa in the coming months.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/open.spotify.com\/album\/07bIdDDe3I3hhWpxU6tuBp?si=MDC09-UURe6cYSfA_yqe-w\r\nAlbum of the Month: Pusha T - DAYTONA\r\nKanye\u2019s Twitter tirades and multiple album announcements may have stolen a bit of the limelight from Pusha T, however it hasn\u2019t taken any heat off an incredibly delivered 7-track album \u2018Daytona\u2019. Controversial for more reasons than one, \u2018Daytona\u2019 sees Pusha T hit his straps with arguable his best solo performance in his career so far. Produced entirely by Kanye, his influence is immediately felt through the sample heavy beat production. The 7-track album is short and punchy, however if you're a Kanye fan, you'd know DAYTONA only marks the beginning of what is one of the biggest months in rap music history.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ll also like:\r\nThis Month In Music - May 2018\u00a0\r\nThis Month In Music - April 2018\u00a0\r\nThis Month In Music - March 2018\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to\u00a0Man of Many? You can also follow us on\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram, and\u00a0YouTube.