Tag Archives: New Music

AUDIO: Thomas Atlas – “Thomas Atlas”

Thomas Atlas

Thomas Atlas is fresh with his new self-titled album, and he gives the funk world a groove that is irrefutable. His new record, which contains ten juicy gems, is full of exquisite melodies, guitar riffs, and vocals hooks, leaving the mouth pouring with gusto. The album kicks off with the highly commended, ‘Got This Feeling’. It instantly charms its way

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AUDIO: Breeze Redwine – “Money”

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Breeze Redwine releases potentially the catchiest country-pop song to grace our ears in recent times with ‘Money’. Speaking with honest words, Breeze Redwine enjoys living for authentic experiences and not chasing the money which many do in the capitalistic world. She is fresh, and her arrival to the country scene could not have come at a better time given the

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AUDIO: Age Of Destitute – “Voiceless”

Age Of Destitute

Age Of Destitute take a hint from the tremendous soft rock songbook with their new release, ‘Voiceless’. It is a nostalgic piece with many influences being apparent, but the group also paint a distinct soundscape with their melodic arrangements. Moreover, inspired by Pink Floyd and John Mayer, Age Of Destitute delve deep into what moves them the most, and they

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AUDIO: Nobody – “Daydreamer”

Nobody

‘Daydreamer’ is the latest release from alt-pop musician, Nobody and it is one of those tracks which captivates deeper with every playthrough. Based in London in the UK, Nobody delves into her imagination, and she rises to the top with treasure. Furthermore, ‘Daydreamer’ opens with a heavenly and somewhat hypnotising overture with the synth rattling with tender quality. Nobody then

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AUDIO: LZYBY – “Take My Time”

LZYBY Take My Time

What is so impressive about LZYBY is that he keeps reinventing his sound, and here on ‘Take My Time’, he delves into a new area with many new sounds greeting us as it progresses. It kicks off with a non-lexical vocable from LZYBY, with him standing with a humming texture; we are then with his vocal performance rising to the

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AUDIO: Thomas Atlas – “Halfway To The Moon”

New Music Friday is always best served with a bit of funk, and this week we have the splendid release ‘Halfway To The Moon’ by Thomas Atlas. On his way to the top, Thomas compels with his signature feel-good grooves smashing down the industry gates. It kicks off with a jolly blue guitar riff which many will compare it to

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AUDIO: Roberto Bates, VIOLA – “Fire Walk With Me”

Roberto Bates is the EDM producer who keeps on giving with his new track ‘Fire Walk With Me’, sending a shiver down the spine of all those who relish top-class electronic. The new release sees the german hitmaker team up with female vocalist VIOLA, and the pair smash it, knocking the ball out of the park from the instant. VIOLA

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AUDIO: M Pike – “Worthy”

London-based pop-rock musician M Pike is back, and he releases potentially his most groundbreaking track to date, ‘Worthy’. Cleverly M Pike leads the listener on a journey, and he starts with a gentle overture with only a guitar lead and bass rhythm accompanying his vocal. The preamble feels as though it will stay with a chilled theme throughout but unpredictable

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AUDIO: Josiah Mortimer – “This Town”

Brixton based acoustic singer-songwriter, Josiah Mortimer is fresher than a bag of apples with his latest four-track EP, ‘This Town’. The EP which is out now is a genuine reflection of the world currently. Josiah speaks about the city’s beautiful view without crowds which has unfolded due to the COVID-19 lockdowns. Speaking of the lockdown, the entire EP is a

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AUDIO: Thomas Atlas – “Got This Feeling”

Thomas Atlas

Stunning with an instant funky charm, ‘Got This Feeling’ by Thomas Atlas is as potent as upbeat tracks come, it is awe-inspiring! Born in Birmingham in the mid-90s, Thomas grew up listening to some of the worlds finest blues and funk tracks and his early listening experience has taken a toll on his musical style. He brings a nostalgic feel

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