That’s right it’s time for another stunning line-up of new music we’ve had the pleasure of stumbling across this week.
From Pop to R&B, Indie to Folk this week we’ve well and truly got it all
Let’s dive straight in to the Music.
First up it’s Joani with her hauntingly beautiful ST MORITZ. Ethereal vocals, mournful harmonies and twangy guitars make for a stunning yet haunting track from the talented Joani. This Alt-Indie track is a curious wonderland of subtle and smooth sounds, layering of gorgeous textures and some truly beautiful vocals ST MORITZ is as soft as a lullaby. Listen Below.
Next up it’s Brett Altman with his Folk-Pop track Holding on to Now. This bright acoustic number is a true mood booster, a gently grooving track with subdued guitars and a mellow beat to keep an effortless and understated vibe to the tune. Brett Altman’s vocals are packed full of power, certain to lift your spirits and put a smile on your face. Listen to this track for a little weekend motivation.
Third on our list is a blissful ballad from Clara Moschetta titled Happy and Healthy. This track’s glossy piano chords are complimented perfectly by Clara’s gleaming runs and brawny vocals. Happy and Healthy is an emotive and smooth piece contrasted by its powerful and striking delivery from Clara Moschetta. We can think of one word for the single, ‘glorious’.This track is not one to miss.
The final addition to our list is Second Chances from Samina Lovelyn. Second Chances is a sultry R&B single from the young talent, with some bright vocals and snappy beats to compliment. Samina Lovelyn oozes old-school R&B goodness, with that classically soppy lyricism, striking instrumentals and smooth vocals Samina brings a nostalgic vibe to the table.
We’re back with more new music you need on your radar. This week we’re feeling festive. Get ready to get into that Christmas spirit, we’ve got a list of heart-warming singles to soundtrack your December weekend.
Diving straight in with Christmas Without You from Council. This Pop-Rock track is a festive, flair-filled ballad. Featuring smooth pianos, velvety vocals and some light chimes, the track is a soft Pop anthem delivered with effortlessly good Rock inspired vocals. Uplifting and atmospheric, Council bring us a classically brilliant Christmas song with just a dash of Rock to keep things exciting. If you’re not feeling festive yet, Christmas Without You is here to change that.
Picking the pace up it’s Andy Mison with track Indigo Child. Whilst not a festive tune, this track has a super retro feel reminiscent of that seasonal nostalgia. Funky and grooving Indigo Child is a guitar driven, electro heavy single from the talented Andy Mison. Another feel good number with elements of electro, rock, funk and beyond Indigo Child will truly keep you on your toes. Listen below.
Next up is Bluesy Rock single It Happens All the Time from Postindustrial Poets. This smoothly grooving single features some gritty rock vocals, a Jazzy beat and gentle guitar strums. It Happens All the Time is a sad yet soft track from the Alt-Rock talents, the perfect tune to play whilst you sit by a warm fire on a cold December night.
Rounding up our list is Lusanda with mellow Pop single Left Behind. Beautifully soft this smooth pop ballad is an uplifting release from the talented Lusanda. Ethereal vocals, heavenly harmonies and gently keys make for a truly relaxing single. Left Behind is an emotive piece, described by Lusanda as a track to ‘soothe those who have felt left behind and stuck in life’ what better time to listen than the season for giving.
It’s time for another instalment of the best music we’ve discovered this week, a collection of new releases you’ll wish you heard sooner. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for a chance to submit your track and be featured on the Fresh Hit Radar.
Kicking off the list is the talented India Dupriez with brand new single Kiss and Tell, a collaboration with Multi-Grammy nominated producer Boom Dice. This track couldn’t be hotter off the press as the stunning single was released TODAY (9th Oct). Upbeat, catchy and commercial Kiss and Tell is a classic Pop anthem. Kiss and Tell is a stunning single from the Australian talent and yet another beautifully produced track from Boom Dice. Big things are ahead for this incredible artist.
Next up it’s UK based Krankhead with their stand out new single Space Coupe. Driving, gritty and catchy this track is trap infused greatness. With intriguing synths, a rocking guitar and some clever bars we couldn’t ask for more from the talented duo. Space Coupe is accompanied by a caricature and lighthearted video which sees the duo dress up as Marty Mcfly and Doc respectively, guaranteed to make you smile AND Space Coupe is a must have on your playlist this weekend.
Third on our list is Kelsey Colemanwith single Break Mine. No stranger to the Pop Playlister platform, Kelsey has already established herself as an exciting and innovative talent breaking onto the Pop scene. Smooth vocals sitting over gritty guitars creates a picture perfect contrast, and truly stunning Pop single. Listen for yourself and soak up all that talent!
The next hit to make it onto our radar is Melanie Masson’sWhy Don’t You Love Me.Why Don’t You Love Me is the definition of a power ballad, featuring Melanie’s hugely impressive vocal prowess and some grooving brass sections that tie together into one of the best singles we’ve heard so far this year. Feel good and full of female power, Melanie Masson’sWhy Don’t You Love Me has quickly become a Pop Playlister favourite.
UK singer-songwriter, Corinna Jane has returned after the release of ‘Three Faces of You’, with the evocative follow up single, ‘Echoes Of My Mind’ and a new video to boot!
The dark and sultry track is combined with a black and white video which only goes to reinforce the delicate issue addressed in Corinna’s song. ‘Echoes Of My Mind’ touches on the grief that inherently occurs at the end of relationship and how it will haunt you a long time after.
In the past, Corinna has gained support from the likes of BBC radio 6, BBC introducing and she even made the top 5 at the Rock the House Competition. Corinna has also supported the likes of Black Beard’s Tea Party, Marina Celeste of Nouvelle Vague and Leddra Chapman.