Back Talk – Nothing New (Feat. The Fame Riot)
Los Angeles/Seattle group Back Talk blast out new banger, ‘Nothing New’ featuring The Fame Riot.
‘Nothing New’ offers up fighting lyrics smothered in modern production. Listen below.
Sounds like: Phantogram, Odesza, Louis The Child
TWINKIDS – Body Wonder
TWINKIDS drop ‘Body Wonder’.
It’s a brooding number with elegant pieces of soulful vocals, unexpected harmonies and spare percussion written about how all-consuming love is.
‘Body Wonder’ is out now on Om Records.
Sounds like: Talos, Tame Impala, Oli Hannaford, Boxed In
Ruben Young – Bad Habits
Rising Canadian R&B artist Ruben Young shares the ever so smooth ‘Bad Habits’.
Speaking of the single, Ruben says,
“I wrote it in the fall of 2015, following my “relapse” for a girl I’d been chasing since I was 16 years old. She’s never been good for me, and I’ve known it all along. We kept our ‘relationship’ a secret, and it became more of an affair. She was my forbidden secret – my bad habit. 7 years later, it all came crashing down. I think everyone’s guilty of falling for someone who they couldn’t get over; even though they knew they needed to. For me, she was dangerous, and I loved that about her.”
Sounds like: John Legend
Tyzo Bloom – Before U Go (feat. Lauren Marie)
Tyzo Bloom is the brainchild of Los Angeles producer/songwriter, Casey Chen.
He writes progressive music that combines contemporary production, melodic tones and delightful vocals (this time, courtesy of Lauren Marie).
Sounds like: Sylvan Esso, Mura Masa, Ella Vos, Odesza
Sub-Radio – Was It Good For You
DIY band Sub-Radio create uplifting music with a raw edge.
‘Was It Good For You’ creates a feeling of disorder as soon as you listen to it, but this isn’t a bad thing when the falsetto vocals are as good as this!
Sounds like: Smallpools, Young The Giant
Ricky Remedy x JOHN.k – Gold
Introducing JOHN.k, an Orlando-based singer-songwriter who effortless perspires soul.
He has teamed up with Mad Decent-signed and Grammy Award winning producer Ricky Remedy for a new collaborative single, ‘Gold’, in which Ricky brings some serious, crisp production skills to the table.
Sounds like: MNEK, Gorgon City, The Weeknd