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jono dorr, the unexamined life part 1

Jono Dorr, a prolific songwriter and producer, has released his 6 part project, titled The Unexamined Life Part 1. Dorr has helped to launch and sustain the career of noteworthy artists such as Hayley Kiyoko, and has worked with Kehlani, The Neighbourhood, and Gnash....

running lights, “one in a million”

In their new affection-infused single “One in a Million”, NYC pop trio Running Lights remind listeners to savour the moments in life that we hold dear. The trio wants to stress the importance of cherishing your loved ones, especially in light of the social isolation...

xelli island, “02 20 20”

Xelli Island, the dream pop project of vocalist, songwriter, and shapeshifter Lianna Vanicelli, has released the first single off the upcoming debut EP of Vanicelli’s solo career, which she describes as her life’s work. After fronting various bands starting at age 14,...

idris ackamoor & the pyramids, shaman!

Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids reach their peak powers with their latest album Shaman!. The jazz collective created a stellar album that just adds to their impressive discography. The album was produced by Malcolm Catto at his analogue HQ, Quatermass Studio in...

cali rodi, “god save the queen”

Pop songs tend to be made for the purpose of going viral or just to get plays on the radio. Sometimes it makes you wonder if the process of making good or authentic music is even a goal anymore. If you look in the right places though, you will be able to find the...

cozm & naught, “lemonhead”

Have you ever heard a song that takes you into a different world? No? Look no further because Cozm & Naught are here to help. The psychedelic, electronic duo from Atlanta released their latest single, “Lemonhead”. The track shifts you into a state where the mind...

eric harrison, “down down down”

New Jersey-based singer-songwriter Eric Harrison teamed up with Nashville veteran Rachel Potter for “Down Down Down”. The track is a true Americana duet, with flares of country and guitar rock. Harrison and Potter’s voices compliment each other over the sweet sound of...

aime simone, say yes, say no

Aime Simone is no stranger to misery. He fell victim to intense bullying as a child, the trauma of which led to early symptoms of PTSD and anorexia as a teenager. There were attempts to heal at clinics where he spent his time writing poetry, but there also was a...

kat saul, “monsters”

Alt-pop singer-songwriter Kat Saul released her new single, “Monsters”. She makes music that feels like growing up, inspired by her childhood. Her new project, ‘made in the 90s’, follows this journey. After graduating from Belmont University, Saul moved from Nashville...

kamber, “west”

It’s all about moving on and letting go of the past for Kamber in her acoustic single, “West”. Recorded at Gnome Studios in Nashville, the indie artist finds closure over a heartbreak. Instead of dwelling on the past, there is a hopeful outlook for the future in the...

marlene oak, “sailing home”

Today, captivating folk artist Marlene Oak releases her new track "Sailing Home." With enticing, sprawling vocals, she seems to captivate us with a simple soundscape almost immediately. The way her "ooohs" almost seem to get momentarily caught in her throat, with the...

ananya, “let there be love”

“Let There Be Love” is the latest release for international, multi-platinum pop artist Ananya Birla. With over 300 million global streams since joining the scene in 2016, Ananya is a major force in the industry. She has opened for big names such as Coldplay and Wiz...

cold beaches, drifter

Sophia Nadia’s admired reputation as an “unapologetic do-er” comes from her remarkable dedication to her career. Her unceasing penchant for touring beginning at only 16 years old and her courage to move to Chicago not long after shows that her commitment to her work...