Another week ends and our ears are ringing with the sounds of music old and new. The past seven days have been nothing short of spectacular where new tunes are concerned.
From a brilliant new track from Mumford & Sons to an incredible album mini-mix from underrated electro-rockers Infadels, with remixes and more along the way, if you missed any of this week's recently premiered tunes, check out the best new tracks of the past seven days below...
Mumford and Sons 'Lover's Eyes'
London folk-rockers Mumford and Sons premiered new track 'Lover's Eyes' at SXSW festival recently, with fan-filmed footage making its way online at the start of the week. It's melancholy business as usual for the band on this stunning new track which builds from a subtle opening to a joyful crescendo. The second album can't come quickly enough.
Nicki Minaj feat. Chris Brown 'Right By Your Side'
On the same day Minaj announced her ambition to be seen as a standalone artist, her Chris Brown duet made its online debut. So she's clearly not quite ready to fulfill that one just yet. Swapping rapping for singing on this mid-tempo duet, this is probably going to be another massive hit for Minaj.
Beck 'Looking For A Sign'
We're a long way from 'Loser' here, as Beck delivers a stunning, country and western-inspired slow-jam for new US movie, 'Jeff, Who Lives At Home'. Laden with harmonica, banjo and piano, 'Looking For A Sign' is one of the week's mellow highlights.
Deadmau5 feat. Gerard Way 'Professional Grievers'
Sometimes, the most unusual collaborations are the best. Case in point? This unusual team-up between My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way and mouse-headed dance producer Deadmau5. Suitably emo but back with massive, heavy club beats, this is one to unite clubbers and rockers across the nation.
Martin Sovieg 'The Night Out' (Madeon remix)
Solveig's releases since 'Hello' have been somewhat underwhelming. Even brilliant Canadian rockers Dragonette couldn't save his terrible 'Big In Japan' follow-up release. The less said about Madonna's 'Give Me All Your Luvin' the better. However, in the hands of exceptional remixer Madeon, Solveig's latest track is a massive blast of French-house feelgood funk.
Santigold 'Disparate Youth' (2 Bears remix)
An international clash of cool, as UK dance newcomers The 2 Bears turn their hand to US singer Santigold's 2012 comeback track. The result? A stunning blend of beats and bass which far surpasses the 7/10-isms of the original track.
Arcade Fire vs Soulwax 'The Sprawl II'
Everything Soulwax touches turns to gold, so it helps that the source material in this instance was pretty damn shiny to begin with. Live percussion mixes with dark drum beats and the track's original vocals on this controlled, measured new mix. Arcade Fire have never sounded so damn funky.
Infadels 'The Future Of The Gravity Boy' (Mini-mix)
When it comes to mixing indie with electro, very few do it as well as Infadels. Infadels themselves have never done it better than on third album, 'The Future Of The Gravity Boy', which mixes snarling indie trademarks with brilliant club beats. The album is out now, and if the full record is a little too much of an investment for you, check out the following two and a half minute mix - which condenses the whole album into an easily managable chunk.