Got an itch that needs scratching? Have at these... noisy... backscratchers. Does that make sense? Sorry, it's late and we've run out of coffee.

Anyway, these tracks are great and that's why they're out Top 5 this week.

  • Artist: Charli XCX
  • Track Name: 'Break The Rules'
  • Location: Stevenage, UK
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

With the absolutely massive success of Charli XCX's collab with Iggy Azalea, 'Fancy', and her own track 'Boom Clap' taking over the charts, it seems that she'll be riding that success into the sunset with the release of her sophomore album Sucker on 21 October via Neon Gold/Atlantic.

She's shared a new cut from that album today, with the predictably massive and insanely catchy 'Break the Rules'. She's got attitude way beyond her years and has one of the biggest hooks I've heard in a while, and you can stream it for yourself below.

Listen below.

  • Artist: The Unicorns
  • Track Name: 'Let Me Sleep'
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

The Unicorns recently reunited and opened for Arcade Fire in California (and are heading to Brooklyn to do the same in a few days), and now a new song from their Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? reissue has surfaced. It's one of the album's four bonus tracks, and you can stream 'Let Me Sleep' below.

  • Artist: Tricky
  • Track Name: 'Lonnie Listen' (feat. Mykki Blanco & Francesca Belmonte)
  • Location: Bristol, UK
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Matt Korman

Months after debuting 'Nicotine Love', the initial single from trip-hop legend Tricky's forthcoming LP Adrian Thaws, the Knowle West-born rapper/producer introduced the album's second single 'Lonnie Listen'.

Featuring Mykki Blanco, 'Lonnie Listen' is a nerving twitch between the two rapper's distinctively iconoclastic rapping styles. Singer Francesca Belmonte, who was featured on 'Nicotine Love', also provides the chorus on the destructive effort.

Get a listen below, via Spotify. Tricky's Adrian Thaws (his birth name) will see release September 8th, via False Idols.

  • Artist: WondaGurl
  • Track Name: 'The North'
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Matt Korman

Ebony Oshunrinde, better known as 17-year-old production phenom WondaGurl, has unveiled the delightfully patriotic and heady 'The North'.

The Toronto native, who's previous work has come alongside Jay Z and Travi$ Scott, brings two distinctive sides together on 'The North'. While she leads in with the 'Star-Spangled Banner', the bulk of 'The North' derives from last year's "We The North" campaign from the Toronto Raptors.

Unsurprisingly for many, the campaign featured the world's most famous Raptors fan - Drake - which Oshunrinde manages not to slight out of the remodelled beat. Get a listen below.

  • Artist: Death From Above 1979
  • Track Name: 'Government Trash'
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

Last Thursday, noise-punk duo Death From Above 1979 performed an intimate set at the Troubadour in Los Angeles to a few hundred people as a warmup for their forthcoming world tour. They performed a few new tracks including 'Trainwreck 1979', 'Right On, Frankenstein!', and their new single 'Government Trash'.

The band handed out CDs of that new single before the gig, and one fan has uploaded it online for you to stream below. It's a face melting track that's a little bit less danceable like 'Trainwreck' and a lot more moshable. You'll want to partake in an ice bucket challenge after listening to it because it's fire.