This week had it all: high gloss pop, glittering synths, dark eerie vibes, sparsely thumping beats, sex and a whole lot of fire (the internet, emoji kind of 'fire'). Something for everyone.

5. Dux Content - 'Snow Globe'

PC Music's quiet dominion over the internet and whatever blog culture is continues with founder A.G. Cook and Danny L Harle's newest side-project Dux Content. If you're wondering whether 'Snow Globe' still features the sweet, high-octane pop dance throttle that so prominently follows the record label of the moment, it does not disappoint. The high-pitched vocals A.G. Cook is so well known for a readily showcased on the ever-optimistic single, glossed by popist chrome key progressions. Not entirely new, bit still ever-lastingly refreshing.

4. Mesa Luna - 'Waster'

In 'Waster' the pair create a vital sound with glittering synths, urgent melodies and solemn slices of piano; throw in some abrasive guitars, gentle but raw vocals and a gradual noisy crescendo towards the end and you've got something that crosses catchy and danceable with low-slung anthemic post-rock and it works out a treat.

3. Chelsea Wolfe - 'Carrion Flowers'

'Carrion Flowers' is a pummelling track with industrial influences backing up her dark, eerie (in the best possible way) vocals.

2. Sinead Harnett - 'She Ain't Me' (Chloe Martini refix)

While the original hits hard with a bad-ass, sparsely thumping beat and pitched down vocals, Chloe Martini's refix adds a little extra sweetness to proceedings with a smoother, sexier tone filled with high hats, claps and bottle taps.

1. Jay Rock - 'Money Trees Deuce'

One way to get people to hear your new track is to give a nod to your most memorable guest feature. 'Money Trees Deuce' is the second offering from Jay Rock and it seems likely that a new project - his first since 2011's Follow Me Home - is on its way. Although it's less gritty than Jay's verse on the prequel, it still serves as a reminder as to just how potent his lyrical ability is. Your move, Isaiah Rashad, ScHoolboy Q, SZA and Ab-Soul.