It’s time to get some smooth, easy listening in those ears of yours. Perfect timing, since London-based alt pop duo Vōs just released new track “Serious”, which wreaks of 90s R&B influence. As the strong, intense vocals, implore, “Do you wanna get serious?… Are you gonna treat me right?” part of you wants to challenge someone, and the other part of you just wants to dress up and go dancing.
So go. Get ready to this. And challenge someone on the dance floor. (Yeah, we said it. So do it!)
Keep up with Vōs 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.”
Aria Pullman Ostrander – who goes by AO in the music community – just released her latest track, a swirling beaut called “Lonely Hunter”, this morning. Sound effects make it all feel a bit otherworldly, her raspy, edgy vocals adding a hint of soul to a track that then feels more “old west” than anything else. Trust us when we say, this is something that will make you feel powerful. It’s definitely a must in your autumn soundtrack, and might be the perfect thing to play as you walk into that unavoidable upcoming class reunion.
Keep up with AO here.
Los Angeles-based musician Jordan Vincent released an alluring, intense beauty of a track in latest single “Sister Jill”, which seems to be his version of a soulful rock ballad. Vincent displays his gorgeous, multi-faceted vocals while crooning, a hint of 50’s sock hop sauntering in while the guitars whir with bravado. Soft, endearing, without ever losing its rock roots.
We’re impressed, and you will be too.
Keep up with Jordan Vincent here.
Grand Rapids-based rock quartet The Legal Immigrants – comprised of Boots, Ben Taber, Kevin Kitsch, and Marcus James – has created a pretty substantial fanbase since 2015’s Drugs to Roses, and rightfully so. Latest track “Hang On” tells the story of a band that has only gained momentum and broadened in talent since then, as the toe-tapping beat and whirring guitars get you moving. After yesterday’s election especially, this track should be on everyone’s soundtrack, as it is a call for unshakable perseverance.
Put it on, play it loud, and amp up your day!
Keep up with The Legal Immigrants here.