'Silk' is a title that pretty much suits this song down to the ground. It effuses this sense of class and sophistication, both in its smart crackling beat, rich with various percussion sounds, and also in its smooth and soaring strings, backed up with glittering peardrops of cosmic synth that taste like gold. Then this resonant sub-bass rumbles below, providing a punch by which the loungey atmosphere of the strings and ticking beat is gently ruffled and rippled like strips of silk in a buffeting wind tunnel.

This comes from the mind of Thrupence, aka Jack Vanzet, a musicmaker from Melbourne, whose stuff we've written about before. His awesome 'Don't You Mind' was our Track of the Day a while back. You can get both 'Silk' and 'Don't You Mind' for free from Thrupence's Bandcamp.

Both arrive courtesy of totally cool Australian label Future Classic and is taken from his forthcoming mixtape, Lessons, out on "limited edition paint splatter wax" 7th November.