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We’re pleased to hear more from Germany’s LissA this week. She is a fast-rising artist, and already has over 80 million Spotify plays for her collaborations and original material. Her latest effort is the catchy “Gin,” which is the perfect addition to New Music Friday.
With production credits going to YOUNOTUS, LissA’s sassy vibe and infectious guitar riffs ensure that the record comes to life with sparkling musicality. When asked to talk through the single, LissA said:
“Everyone’s got that feeling from time to time, that it’d be better to be reasonable and not do something that you’d actually would like to do. But sometimes you have to let it go and do it anyways. That’s what ‘Gin’ is all about.”
Dropping today is the brilliant new track from Berlin based producer Torn Palk, who has teamed up with label Absent Mind. New single ‘Juliana’ will make fans of Tame Impala and Toro Y Moiwill feel right at home, a downtempo-infused psychedelic bop that is as trippy as it is danceable.
Calling to mind the revered soundscapes of 90s shoegaze and ultramodern R&B, the anonymous musician’s approach to pop is nothing short of gripping. The single Juliana is about “a situation in which you feel fully connected to your surroundings. This can be a place, a person or memories of both. It’s a simple love song.”
Bring in the weekend with the sounds of Torn Palk – ‘Juliana’ is out now via Absent Mind. Take a listen below.
Just out from Swedish Idol winner LIAMOO alongside Steerner and Hechmann is the awesome dance tune “Broken Hearted.” You will be aware of Steerner’s work from tunes like “I Wouldn’t Lie,” and Hechmann is a fresh signing to Universal Music Sweden.
Together, the Scandinavian powerhouse trio have created something sublime. In statement fashion, the track fuses together pop-inspired vocals, neat licks of guitar and a powerhouse beat to keep things rolling along. Vocalist LIAMOO sums up the collaboration, saying: “I liked the message in the song from the first time I heard the demo. For me, this is a love anthem that I look forward to sharing with my fans.” Steerner adds: ”What I like about this track is that I think people can relate to it in some way. Liam also does an incredible job on the song and I hope people will enjoy it us much as we do!”
Energetic and upbeat, Lucky Luke releases a super fresh radio edit of his hit single “Cooler Than Me.” With over 8 million streams on the original, this new version is a sick switch up on proceedings.
On a steady climb since 2016, the 19-year-old Lithuanian producer has really honed in on his sound, and although it seems he’s constantly evolving, he just keeps sounding more and more like himself. This refreshed version pulses from the get-go with synth work that pulls you in, and is complemented by infectious vocals and bubbling bassline melodies.
You’ll be hooked on the chorus once more; “Cooler Than Me” is a welcomed return for this rising producer. Keep your eyes peeled for what’s to come next for Lucky Luke, and in the meantime you can take a listen to the track below.
Out today from the US artist Matthew Schultz is “Go,” his brand new single ready to carry us through to summer. Having cut his teeth as a musician in Chris Daughtry’s first band, Schultz combines singing, performing, producing and playing instruments.
He is sounding slick with “Go.” It combines a low-key pop vibe with plenty of melodic and vocal flair. With his own tones ringing through, Schultz pitches neat synth and rhythmical interludes into the mix for an all-round catchy listen.
“We can go anywhere you wanna go… ocean creeping on the shore, just relax, you need it more….”
Taking some time to again work alongside Alexander Tidebrink is Vigiland, the hit-makers behind tracks like “Shots & Squats” and more recently, “Strangers.” This time their record is titled “We’re The Same” and it’s about to attract plenty of attention.
Immensely catchy with its driving melodies and distinctive vocals, “We’re The Same” builds on its emotive energy as the tune progresses, pulling you along with it for the ride. The Swedish sensations say of this release:
“We’ve been working on this track together with Alexander Tidebrink for almost a year now. And it’s finally time to show it to you guys! The day we started making this song we all had a special feeling when we left the studio and went home. We couldn’t stop listening to it! Hope you guys enjoy this one as much as we do!”
Producers LoaX and Cloud 41 have got in the studio together for their newest single release. Out now via AESTHETE Music is “Vuelo,” which brings out the best of the two artists and took a total of twelve months to complete.
The result is a dynamic dance/pop fusion. After starting the project when a chat led to an exchange of music ideas, it comes to life with infectious guitar, vocals and clean builds. Perhaps this will be the start of a slew of collaborations – we’d like to think so!
New Zealand’s Ian Munro is to release an EP on May 31st. Ahead of Liminal, the young creative serves up the first single from it, “Again, Again.” With one of the most forward-thinking approaches to bass and trap music out there right now, it’s little wonder Munro has been in demand as an artist all over the globe.
As he continues his ascension, UZ’s Quality Goods continues to support. They deliver “Again, Again,” which is completely eye-opening in its conception and delivery. His use of striking vocals come into play again whilst the bassline is left to speak for itself.
The artist says: “Again, Again’ to me really hits this beautiful moment that sits right in between melancholy and hope. Never quite gravitating more towards either – but occupying both at the same time.”
I was recently sent this track and while it doesn’t necessarily fit the aesthetic of the site, I enjoyed it enough to share with you. This is a more rap heavy track, but I fell in love with the production. I am going, to be honest, here, I am not sure if Raymond Miles rapped, produced, or did everything on the track. Regardless, this is the perfect track to play when you’re chilling with your friends and since Raymond Miles made it, I am now a fan. I cannot stop vibing with the track because you get caught up with the smoothness of the track. Let us do something new. Check out this track as it is unique to this site, but you will like it because it is that good.
Ram’s newest signing Skantia has just released a brand new single. After tracks and an EP on ProgRAM, the Newcastle based artist joins the family and comes armed with “Cluster.”
Having been shown love on the dance floor by Andy C at his most recent London residency, it’s clear that the buzz behind both the record and the producer is real. “Cluster” is a deep, gnarly roller with bags of bassline aggression – pitched neatly against tight drum work.