We’re still singing the catchy “Single-Minded” from Anna Mae. She has now treated us to a brand new single via the Swedish platform Snafu Records, “You Might Be Better.” There is something effortless about the Nashville singer/songwriter’s style, and it is pulling in an audience from across the globe.
This tune is deliciously melodic and has just enough natural groove to keep it moving forward. In the meantime, Anna Mae’s empowering vocals sit over the top and provide another engaging narrative to support its musical content.
Check out this one here.
There’s no doubting the undeniable talent pouring out of Sweden’s very own Samuraii. Hailing from Stockholm and co-signed by the behemoth that is Ultra Music, he first came to prominence with his single “On Me” (also released on Ultra) and his huge remix of Tove Lo’s “Moments.”
The up-and-comer is back again with another fire track titled “Changed My Mind.” This banger incorporates the best elements of styles like trap and dubstep and merges them with a pop sensibility. With a solid vocal from Loote’s lead singer Emma, there’s no doubting this will be another hit for Samuraii.
It’s out now, and you can check out the track below.
The dreamy pairing that is Wild Culture have just released a new single through RCA/SME. Titled “Together Alone,” this is a powerful and reflective piece of power pop that has a rich electronic tip.
With millions of plays to their name and known for their fusion of styles, Wild Culture keep to a refined vibe with the track. Interlacing piano melodies and searching drum beats, the vocals of Loren Nine are left to work their magic. The duo says: “We are so happy that it is finally available and everyone can listen to it! It is about a facet of life which we think most people have experienced.”
Having captured the imaginations of listeners this year with a string of quality singles, including the massive “Feel Alright” and “Whatever You Do Like,” both tracks clocking in at just over 8 million streams on Spotify alone, Haneri is back with her third release of 2018 in the form of “Real Love.”
Haneri pairs her classy vocals with a mellow, down-tempo production which helpfully showcase her incredible range as a singer. Musically it’s stripped back and low key, “Real Love” has a dreamy warmth which is sure to endear listeners to her music even more. She is sure to have a strong 2019, too.
Be sure to check “Real Love” out right here.
It’s been a while since we last heard from ZES, so we’re stoked to have a new treat from him. The Dutch producer brings an electronic/future bass sound that pours out longing and conflict, both internal and external.
Between the driving drums and bassline and the shifting vocal chops, the production creates a strong parallel with the vocals and lyrics. Forward-moving and progressively steady while varied and unsure on the surface, “Set Mind” is totally raw and honest in its delivery.
Give this beauty a listen below!