FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 9 feat. Peggy Gou, Mykki Blanco, Dayglow and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes new music from Geographer, Tristen, Seinabo Sey, Chet Faker, and Overcoats.

It’s time for the ninth episode of “F Yeah Fridays,” our weekly Spotify podcast series hosted by Aaron Axelsen. Each episode breaks down 15 of our favorite recent tracks added to the FLOOD FM rotation.

This week’s podcast features the return of revered Berlin-based South Korean DJ/producer Peggy Gou, a brand new gem from indie-dreampop fave Geographer (which premiered this week on FLOOD), another ’80s-influenced track by Texan bedroom-pop rising star Dayglow (don’t miss his recent “Neighborhoods” video for us), a new summer anthem from rapper/poet/performance artist/activist Mykki Blanco featuring Kari Faux, and a fantastic new track from Swedish singer Seinabo Sey.

Listen to episode 9 of “F Yeah Fridays: FLOOD’s Fave 15” via Spotify, and check out the full list of all of this week’s top 15 tracks below.

1. Peggy Gou — “Nabi” feat. Ohhyuk
2. Geographer — “hollow (do you?)”
3. Dayglow — “Medicine”
4. Mykki Blanco— “Summer Fling” feat. Kari Faux
5. The Goon Sax — “Psychic”
6. Koreless  — “Joysquad”
7.  Public Service Broadcasting — “People Let’s Dance”
8.  Tristen — “Complex”
9. Chet Faker — “Feel Good”
10. Seinabo Sey — “Rom-com”
11.  Tiberius B — “Stains”
12. The Umbrellas — “She Buys Herself Flowers”
13.  Jessie Ware — “Hot N Heavy”
14.  Nation of Language — “Across That Fine Line”
15. Overcoats — “Used To Be Scared of The Dark” Feat. Middle Kids

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