New Music Sunday: October 3rd 2021

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Charlotte Sands is back again with her brand of angsty pop-punk. She says, “‘Every Guy Ever’ is a song about every guy, ever. You say that you love him, and he’s like ‘whatever.’ You say you don’t want him, he wants you forever. It’s a song that started as a voice memo in my phone when I was drunk with …

New Music Sunday: August 1st 2021

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Charlotte Sands is one of our favorite up-and-comers right now. Her music has this hint of angst mixed with a little danger and it’s the perfect combo. She says, “’All My Friends Are Falling in Love’ is a song about everyone around you getting into relationships while you’re still trying to get over one. I wrote this song about my …

New Music Sunday: July 25th 2021

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I could talk about Cassie Dasilva all day, her lyrics are the definition of relatable, her melodies are so shimmery, it’s truly the epitome of modern pop, and don’t get me started on her pastel perfect aesthetics. This album isn’t just the perfect breakup soundtrack, it’s also about hope and moving on and finding love in unexpected ways. Julia Wolf …

New Nine Tracks: June 6th 2021

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Ginesse’s new song “Gatorade” highlights her effortless voice and relatable lyrics, and it’s perfect for your Retrograde feelings. She says, “For some reason, mercury going into retrograde has always put me in a very nostalgic place. It’s a love letter to those I shared time with where the doors have remained open without resolution and without a clear understanding of …

Violet Days Have The Dreamy Electric Vibes You Need

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There’s a lot of hate musicians have for streaming services. Services like Spotify and Apple Music have completely changed the way musicians make money but in one very important and very positive aspect, they’ve completely changed how we discover it. There’s a good chance I would’ve never heard the shimmering electro-pop sounds of Swedish based Violet Days before they snuck their way in to my Discover Weekly.