This Is Our Jam: Arcade Fire, M.I.A., & A Dazzling New Track From Yuna

jam-1Clockwise, Above From Left. Photo: Courtesy of Yuna; Photo: Courtesy of M.I.A.; Photo: Courtesy of Disclosure; Photo: Courtesy of Kelela.
This week's jams are steamy, sexy, and distinctively dancey. We start things off with a standout cut from L.A.-based up-and-comer Kelela, an awesome new track from Arcade Fire (album of the year?), and a bubbly pop song from Malaysian-born songstress Yuna. Then it's M.I.A.'s eternal-recurrence-inversion of Drake's infamous motto, a mind-warping remix from Rustie, and a steamy new video from Flume that's just barely SFW. Take a look!
"Go All Night"
L.A.-based experimental pop artist Kalela is one of this year's true breakout artist. "Go All Night" is a super-sexy cut from her recent Cut 4 Me mixtape with strong '90s R&B vibes.
Arcade Fire
Reflektor is shaping up to be the best Arcade Fire album since the band's debut. "Afterlife" is a New Wave-y track with just the right amount of melancholy under its pop veneer.
Fans of Lykke Li should find sympathetic sounds with Yuna. "Colors" is a buoyant piece of pop from an artist we expect big things from in the future.
Taking the well-worn sentiment from Drake's "The Motto" and inverting it, M.I.A. has recast YOLO as "You always live again." It's a sentiment that should please both Buddhists and fans of spiky electro pop.
Pusha T feat. Tyler the Creator
"Trouble On My Mind (Rustie Remix)"
Rustie continues his reign as the current king of remixes. This time, it's a wobbly refix of Pusha T's "Trouble On My Mind" that may be even better than the original.
"You and Me (Flume Remix)"