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Latnie – Figure It Out
Latnie drops the final track to his Figure It Out Debut EP with the entire project. Check it out for sale on Bandcamp and streaming, also. The Agent M and Smart Boy Beatz-produced song comes with a new music video.
Bad Suns – When The World Was Mine
California Rock band, Bad Suns, release “When The World Was Mine.” It is the third single off of their fourth LP, Apocalypse Whenever. It’s a super catchy and almost summery feeling for this fall.
Gia Woods – Next Girlfriend
Persian Pop artist, Gia Woods, drops the Midi Jones-produced “Next Girlfriend.”
Joesef – Fire
Joesef’s latest release, “Fire,” is nothing short of that. The writing and production are married together very well. There’s space for every last piece and his voice is so smooth.
“…This song stemmed from something I’d written about wanting to burn all my stuff and move away. I always have this image in my head that if bad things happen in one space it stays there and covers everything surrounding it. Fire is about trying to escape the emotional weight that places and people sometimes carry after too much has happened, but realising nothing ever really leaves you in the end anyway,” Joesef states.
Oh Wonder – 22 Break
I first learned about Pop duo, Oh Wonder, from their contribution to Lil Uzi Vert’s “The Way Life Goes.” Don Cannon and Ike Beatz sampled Oh Wonder’s “Landslide” for Uzi’s song.
I need to take a deep dive into the duo’s work and I suggest you do too. Enjoy “22 Break” as a start.