Tune in and zone out. It's time again for our top five tracks of this week. Expect art-rock pep, fuzzgaze pop and myriad electro R&B fantabulousness.

  • Artist: The History Of Apple Pie
  • Track Name: 'Tame'
  • Location: London, UK
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

Feel Something, the new record from The History of Apple Pie, isn't out until the end of September, but they've already shared one track 'Shake' featuring Gary Jarman of The Cribs, and today a new song has surfaced, 'Tame'. The song is its official lead single and it's as sweet as apple pie (sorry, I had to) with some lovely atmospheric elements thrown in there for good measure. It's an all around solid indie-pop track, and you can listen to it below.

  • Artist: Interpol
  • Track Name: 'All The Rage Back Home'
  • Location: New York City, UK
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

Interpol are set to release their long-awaited new album El Pintor on 8 September and today we're getting our first proper taste from it in the form of 'All The Rage Back Home'. It's got Paul Banks' signature deep croon á la Turn on the Bright Lights in the way the song is both moody and upbeat. The song was premiered on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show, and you can check out the music video for it below.

  • Artist: Rustie
  • Track Name: 'Raptor'
  • Location: Glasgow, UK
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Ana Leorne

Annie Mac recently revealed a brand new track from Scottish producer Rustie on her BBC Radio 1 show. 'Raptor' premiered alongside a new track from Jamie xx, and will feature on Rustie's new album Green Language (due out in August via Warp). Green Language follows 2011's Glass Swords and features collaborations from D Double E, Redinho, and the one and only Danny Brown. You can listen to 'Raptor' below.

  • Artist: Banoffee
  • Track Name: 'Got It'
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Leonara Manyangadze

As hard as it is not to liken her sound to the dessert that Australian newcomer Martha Brown takes her moniker from, Banoffee really is a delicious serving of tantalising beats drizzled with caramel smooth vocals – an ode to singer’s old school R&B influences. Repping the Melbourne new music scene which brought us the likes of Chet Faker and rising star Oscar Key Sung, who coincidentally is a co-producer on the singer’s forthcoming EP, Banoffee is an exciting talent who is set to follow suit in gaining greater acclaim. Her edgy pop vibes are consequent of the perfect blend of indie and R&B on minimal electronic beats to produce a distinct and fresh sound.

Banoffee's latest track, 'Got It', is like a personal mantra of self-assurance. The nonchalant delivery and repetition of lyrics on syncopated beats make the track captivating, and leaves the listener confident that she's got it all under control.

  • Artist: Saint Pepsi
  • Track Name: 'Fiona Coyne'
  • Location: New York City, USA
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Russell Thomas

Maybe Ryan DeRobertis, aka Saint Pepsi, had a crush on Fiona Coyne at some point. I mean, he's named his latest song after her, which also features a sample of her speaking (presumably), and in which he, quite possibly, sings about her. Hang on – singing? Saint Pepsi, singing?

For those who don't know, Fiona Coyne is a fictional character from Canadian drama franchise,Degrassi, and she does kinda have "emerald eyes" – something St. Pep refers to in the song. Also, yes, Saint Pepsi sings! Most of his oeuvre, attached to the genreless genre vaporwave, features no singing from the man himself, but plenty of samples of other people singing. So this is a huge thing. Like, it's a big deal. It's a big deal to see someone who was essentially a bedroom producer, based almost entirely URL, rising up out of anonymity, doing real-life shows, and – right now – making music à la his latest: 'Fiona Coyne'.

It's pure, perfect pop. Bass, with as much metallic rattle as putty-smoothness, funks this track up, accompanied by stark and catchy guitar chords and a brass section that lends a golden sheen to the choruses. And then there are the vocals, sung with an honest Long Island pop-punk lilt. If this does not get in your head, or make you move – even a little bit – then, well, I feel sorry for ya.

This is the A-side off Saint Pepsi's debut with the awesome Carpark Records, the 'Fiona Coyne'/'Fall Harder' 7". You might wanna buy a record player just to own this shit, seriously.