Play With Me is an anthem, a shared sentiment of togetherness – and a song we’ll almost certainly be hearing more of as the summer months and the festival season approaches.
What is basically an anthem for self-discovery and individuality, “Your Satisfaction is Fake” implores all of us to thoughtfully reflect on the contents of our being.
“We Ready Gear is a brand for the rowdy fan. The passionate fan who doesn’t sit down at games. We also have a new line of apparel non related to sports. It was create by Damond Farrar, Archie Eversole and myself for the Atlanta United fan base.”
“Never give up on your dreams. I’m handicapped, confined to a wheelchair and a breathing ventilator, but by the grace of Christ I’m fulfilling my dream of being a dance music producer.”
There’s something very creatively free about Olga Solar’s musicality, and that’s a quality we ought to embrace – on the rare occasion it manages to emerge through the thick haze of alternative options.
The UK’s own The Firefly’s bring together great music and good hearts on this latest, upcoming album Only Us, Northern Lights. The 45 minute record makes for an uplifting journey, a playlist of bright tracks with connected ideas and stunning musicianship.
This could well be one of Anthony Nelson and The Overcomers’ most beautiful songs yet. Jealous is stunning, heartfelt and performed to such a supreme degree that it immediately feels like a classic soul ballad.
That exotic bounce when the full warmth of the music drops in works really well in building further on existing contrasts and giving the track an addictive burst of energy.
The song is perfectly fit to grace the airwaves globally; a radio-ready, EDM-pop fusion but with just enough flickers of character and identity to help Martin Brothers build a real name for themselves.
Jaeden Zoe has the sort of naturally soulful and powerful leading voice that could carry just about any pop song through with weight and intention. Her latest single, Cabana Love, just so happens to emerge as bringing together a range of unexpected influences, furthering her reach as an artist and offering a genuinely enjoyable and refreshing groove.
Despite the somewhat energetic aura implied by the title, Dance For Me is a surprisingly mellow track – a laid back groove and a distorted bass-line help craft something fairly characterful yet undoubtedly rooted in the pop sounds of a simpler time.
Cplus keeps thing mellow and apologetically pure on this single. That leading voice is one that undoubtedly offers personality – a level of identity and something for fans to connect with and come back for.