While there's been a host of great tracks this week, one stands head and shoulders above the rest, and gives us an enormous reason to look forward to the end of summer. You've probably guessed what that track is by now, haven't you?

  • Artist: Sia
  • Track Name: 'Eye Of The Needle'
  • Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: The 405

Sia has it all, doesn't she? From those beautiful pipes, all the way through to her incredible talent for writing HITS, she's the pop star we should all be proud to support. Need proof? The follow-up to 'Chandelier' should do the trick.

We could write a thousand words on why we like 'Eye Of The Needle' so much, but all it really comes down to is that moment at 3:01 when her voice breaks for a second. It's heartbreaking. She's willing to put everything into the music she makes, and this is a perfect example of that.

Her new album, 1000 Forms of Fear, is set for a release on July 7th via RCA/Monkey Puzzle Records.

  • Artist: A. G. Cook
  • Track Name: 'Beautiful'
  • Location: London, UK
  • Link: Twitter
  • Author: Melanie Battolla

We recently featured record label PC Music in an interesting guide that dissects and analyses the 2013-born label. However, today we take a look at the London-based label's latest production - the sugar-coated and candy-flossed 'Beautiful'.

Created by the label's founder and producer A. G. Cook, the track perfectly embodies all that is good about PC Music: Hi-Energy pacing, unnaturally chirpy vocals and soundbites, keyboard-galore and of course, the suspicious feeling that this is the result of inbreeding amongst '90s Pop anthems.

Just like 'Beautiful''s artwork, which features a close-up of entrancingly appealing pearl-pink pebbles, the track is innately kitschy, yet feels like a legitimate, refined piece of dance that you are bound to Dance Dance Revolution to. Constantly shifting in mood, propelling and building up with a flawless bass line before dipping into synthetic string arrangements and quivering vocal chops, 'Beautiful' does not need no description but its title.

  • Artist: Lolawolf
  • Track Name: 'Summertime'
  • Location: New York City, USA
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

Zoë Kravitz, Jimmy Giannopoulos, and James Levy, or the trio better known as Lolawolf, are on a roll as of late with their hybrid of sensual electronic/R&B/pop - we loved 'Jimmy Franco' and 'Drive (Los Angeles)', and now they're back with a new song 'Summertime'. It's a way-too-fun ode to breaking up with someone in favor of the summer months ahead - gotta break away from winter aka cuffing season! It's a song as short and sweet as summer seems to be sometimes, clocking in at only 2 minutes and 9 seconds, but in that time they create a song reminiscent of Kelis or even The Neptunes.

  • Artist: Vomitface
  • Track Name: 'Sat In Your Lap (Kate Bush cover)'
  • Location: Jersey City, USA
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: Tarynn Law

Vomitface have been described as avant-grunge and black-surf, and they've taken their shot at a cover of Kate Bush's 'Sat In Your Lap'. It's obviously quite a bit different than the original but that's what gives it its charm. It's rough in all the best ways with gritty guitar riffs and in-your-face vocals that are reminiscent of Jeremy Enigk or even Rivers Cuomo at times. It's as dirty as their name, but it's so intriguing and unique that you'll find yourself pressing the 'play' button over and over again.

  • Artist: Caribou
  • Track Name: 'Can't Do Without You'
  • Location: Ontario, Canada
  • Link: Facebook
  • Author: William Caston Cook

Holy shit. Let me catch my breath... Ok.

Not only does Dan Snaith have the best artwork (I mean look at it, that's pretty right?) he has the best tunes. He also has the best studio tricks to make those tunes sound even better. I mean, first I went for my big speakers and jammed it out loud, which was a rush, then I dug out my good headphones and drifted internally for a little while, busting moves that onlooking strangers could not comprehend, but I still can't quite believe it. Caribou is back. Caribou is better than ever. Jesus. I didn't even know that was possible. Caribou is back and better than ever.

What we have in Dan Snaith is a master craftsmen. Not only with sound, where he is blessed as one of this generations greats, clearly... just listen through headphones, but this guy understands the human condition, he understands the ebb and flow we need to peak as one. With 'Can't Do Without You' he has mastered suggestion by repetition. The mantra like title paints a picture of your own choosing with your memories, as the music grows and grows and grows, and when you think it's peaked, it grows some more. It is the most glorious crescendo imaginable. I swear I will break something dancing to this before the night is over.

Of course, there is an album coming. It's called Our Love and it's out at the start of October. It could be this song and nine tracks of silence and it'd still be a contender for album of the year. 'Can't Do Without You' is the most invigorating dance track of the year so far. It's set the benchmark for everyone else but I doubt it will be topped, oh god what a song. Amongst all this breathless hyperbole I've realised that October is three months away. Three goddamn months of waiting.

How many times can you listen in three months do you think?