October’s newest indie music singles of the week
Electronic Trends, pop rock, hiphop, R&B and songwriter selections waiting to be discovered
There were thousands of new singles launched this past week. I wanted to highlight some of the music I discovered that had an impact on me.
The world is moving so fast, we don’t celebrate new music enough for it’s creativity and the unique vibes it brings to our life.
I love to enjoy the sunshine and a cup of coffee every morning listening to some fresh tunes, how about you?
Music Featured Today:
** Please leave me a comment below on your favorites…
North Carolinian indie pop group Future Islands claim their second Top 50 album
Just out October 9th and streaming strong, ‘As Long As You Are’ — this week’s most downloaded album — at Number 35.
At the top of the chart, Pop Smoke returns to Number 1
Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, once again Ireland’s most streamed album of the week. The posthumous collection has now spent five non-consecutive weeks at the top of the Official Irish Albums Chart, the most so far this year for a 2020 release.
Listen to the album here
Dorian Electra has just released (October 16 ) a high-concept album filled with hyper-stylished beats, vocal textures and heavy-metal twists.
“Is it metal? Is it electronic? Is it Pop music? HipHop? There’s something for everyone. Maybe it’s all 4 and so much more. This album will not let you stop listening to it. There’s so much going on in every song, it’s like an audible fantasy world. Look out Gaga, you’ve got an early contender pushing you to think fast. “ JacquelineJax — Radio host @avaliveradio / Music Playlist Curator
One True God ‘I See You”
bringing a shadowy dynamic to electronic music with a house style yet industrial dense mid-tempo single. This project is dark and ominous reflecting the sharp turn electronic music has made after 6 months of Covid-19. This artist has begun to break through the underground music scene with a signature bass sound and subliminal messages.
San Diego Songwriter Jessamine Barham Is talking directly to us with her newest single Marching On.
There’s something so infectious about her fragile truthful vocal and tambourine folk influences. Makes me want to get out my bell bottoms, flower headband and tie dyed tees. Thanks for the good vibes.
Pretending by Orla Gartland @orlagartland
Hailing from Dublin and based in London, Orla’s brand of alt pop has that intently personal push to challenge your listening skills with her wordy satire and tell it like it is focus.
Lie to me by Tate McRae, Ali Gatie
rising fast since its launch Oct 14 now with 1.56 million plays. Now in our Top 5 of our Top 20 HipHop chart. @tatemcrae @aligatie Toronto artist . I love the honesty in her voice and lyrics with that R&B vocal style melting into a smooth hip hop beat.
Before by James Blake @jamesblake
A unique vibe with a soundscape of listening experiences waiting for you to enjoy. Smooth vocals around deep bass with layers of effected textures mingling among a catchy melody. The single launch Oct 14 and already has 869k plays.
Glock Free by Illustrant, S!RiUS BLACK, Myles Tha Master, MILLI
The main focus of the track is about staying away from gang activity and violence.
The artist and our friend Caleb wrote the chorus specifically to speak to someone who he knew was getting pulled into the street life. This track was made to speak volumes about winning life in the right way, and not falling for a life of crime. From their newest album release, ‘A Beautiful Irony’.
MdMelo — All the Way
a song about someone that ditches his ordinary life in the city to join his loved one ALL THE WAY no matter what, to live a more meaningful life based in love and with things money cannot buy.
All music is now added to my playlist:
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