Playlist #1: The Tung's Best Bites
You don’t know us, we don’t know you (unless you’ve clicked on the link we’ve just emailed you in which case you’re our mums - hi mum), so let’s rectify that.
We could tell you something about ourselves, maybe divulge a dark, terrible secret but we’re not that stupid. This is the internet and IP addresses are trackable. We thought instead we could offer you a glimpse into our souls another way - by letting you take a listen to our very favourite songs. Songs that have soundtracked group hugs, solo cries, transcendental moments and some pretty ordinary ones too, but which nevertheless each mean something to us. Some compromise has taken place as one of us submitted somewhere in the ball park of a billion songs for consideration of the group, but we eventually arrived on a solid 50.
Listen below and stare into the abyss.
Having matured musically as a cohort, The Internet’s latest release is their most diverse, well-assembled body of work yet.
The singles we loved last month feat Charli XCX, Mitski, Jelani Blackman, The Carters and more.
Florence comes back down to earth with a record that allays fears that happiness is boring, sobriety is uninspiring or songs about women are un-relatable.
We're giving away two free tickets to see Janelle Monae perform to a sell-out crowd at The Roundhouse on 12th September!
It’s Teyana Taylor’s voice, rather than Kanye’s beats, that sets K.T.S.E apart from the rest of the recent GOOD Music offerings.
Lovebox has long been one of our London festival faves, and if this line-up's anything to go by, our affection for it won’t be waning anytime soon.
Was Field Day able to survive this year’s venue upheaval unscathed? The results are in…
All the tunes we loved most in May at Tung HQ including Mistki, Florence + The Machine, Christine and the Queens, Jungle and more.