New Music Sunday: April 25th 2021

emilytreadgold #1, New 9 Tracks

Winona Oak's crystal clear voice and effortless melodies always fit together so well. "Old Insecurities" just feels so heartbreaking, the light guitars, the slow build. It's so ethereal and has such an important message.

We love Transviolet and DREAMERS so this collab is such a dream come true for us.

Sarah McTaggart says, "Clean Laundry originated with a track created by drummer/producer Jon Garcia. I loved chill vibe and pulled it up in a Zoom session I had with long time collaborator Ben Greenspan. I started singing over it and the verse and pre came together pretty quickly. We labored over the chorus a bit, and left feeling unsure about it. When we pulled it up again, the chorus was underwhelming, so we scrapped what we had and rewrote it. The new one was really different, but we immediately knew it was something special."

Zikai's voice just has so many layers, it's so addicting. Her new song "You Can Call Me Al" is so glimmery with soft, gentle guitars that perfectly highlight her thoughtful lyrics and that unforgettable voice.
Hey Violet just keeps reminding us why we love them so much. "Problems" features their perfect brand of pop, with those IDGAF lyrics and explosive melodies. The chorus is somehow chill and sultry at the same time and we can't get enough.
I know I always say this, but Jae Stephens is the epitome of cool-girl energy. Her new EP "And Friends" really highlights her knack for contagious choruses and it's the perfect taste of her sound. This is what you listen to when you need to feel like that girl.
Tina DeCara is known for her incredibly relatable and vulnerable lyrics and "Normal Like You" really embodies that. The song is super poppy in the best way and it's guaranteed to get stuck in your head.