Atwood Magazine Premieres Highschool Jacob

Hitting the ground running is funk-extraordinaire Highschool Jacob! HSJ is here with his newest single, "Can't Get Enough," which takes a page out of Daft Punk's book with its retro synth soundscape.

Atwood Magazine says, "Through its heavy funk influences and infectious guitar, the track embeds itself into your mind... HighSchool Jacob's retro synth soundscape is a breath of fresh air amongst the sea of hip hop and grunge that flooded radio waves towards the end of 2018." 

Atwood Magazine Premieres The Habits

"Un-cuffing" season is among us and The Habits are getting us ready for those long summer days that seamlessly turn into night with the release of their new track "Calling Me Up." 

Atwood Magazine says, "The Habits' new song is a special combination of love and tension: The kind of song that says exactly what it needs to say, capturing all the little things while weaving a wide net that everyone can relate to...Brimming with euphoric indie pop energy and frenetic, love-fueled passion, The Habits' 'Calling Me Up' dives into the pain of keeping the spark alive when the lights are already out."

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Atwood Magazine premieres Deanna Devore

The intoxicating and mysterious Deanna Devore is here with her new song "Seven Eight," a mesmerizing track about things turning out differently than what you expected. 

Atwood Magazine says, "Deanna Devore's hypnotic 'Seven Eight' is a somber, heavy-hearted reckoning of an ill-fated relationship layered in moving R&B melodies and warm vibes...Glowing keyboards, mellow guitars, and seductive electronics create a hazy soundscape full of space - lyricless moments for us to engage in our own poignant reflection."

Listen here! 

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Atwood Magazine Premieres Rayvin Moon

Rayvin Moon's dark, alt-pop, and cinematic sound in her new single "Lazy Sad Jesus," is exactly what you need to round out your week. 

Atwood Magazine says "Lazy Sad Jesus" is "a wake-up call dressed in red, a dark alt-pop anthem emphasizing our responsibility to, in the artist's words, be our own saviors...a majestic and provocative assertion of individual strength, power, and possibility."