Like a scene straight out of an action-packed film, you'll find yourself mesmerized as a jaw-dropping storyline unfolds and you follow PANDA$ on their wild journey.
"Whispery tease of a vocal," "just so damn sultry," "flirts with temptation," "sensual, sexy jams."
These are all words used to describe Marian Hill's music. Marian Hill takes on the ever-important role of changing the narrative and challenging the language that describes women in music. You can see it first-hand in their new video for their track, "Wish You Would."
Flaunt Magazine gives a first look at the video and dives into a Q&A talking all things Marian Hill - their inspiration, creation process, international success and how it's all shaped their music today.
Earmilk says, "Keller becomes heartbreakingly exposed on this electro-pop tune and it's a wonderful display of the vulnerability found in her songwriting."
Sky explains, "'Weekend' is about an unattainable love. It's about wanting someone who is unavailable but for some reason this person (you desire) still keeps you around in some capacity. I really hoped I'd be able to change her mind, but in the end, she wanted nothing more than to have fun."
Fakear is making moves! After garnering notable attention for his recently released "Lost in Time," Fakear is here with the release of his newest track, "Something Wonderful feat. Ana Zimmer."
This Song is Sick says, "Fakear has blown us away with 'Something Wonderful' ft. Ana Zimmer. The track is a stunning blend of atmospheric production paired with driving drumbeats and addicting vocal chops. The instrumentals convey a feeling of warm, calm energy while Ana's vocals give the track a clear-cut catchiness that leads the listener into each drop."
Lastly, Cautious Clay's highly anticipated EP, Blood Type, dropped this Wednesday and is already turning heads. The eponymously titled single, "Blood Type," is featured on Spotify's New Music Friday, and is bound to make waves.
The indie-rock foursome, Shiffley, shift from the bouncy energy of their previous track and bring us the rolling "Drawing Skulls." A moodier and darker soundscape sets the tone for this track, but Shiffley incorporates a playful twist into the instrumentation, making for another killer track. By paving their own path in the indie rock world, Shiffley reminds us that "you can do the things you want to do."
Impose says, "'Drawing Skulls' exudes that anxious wanderlust...The platforms of didactic are dismantled for a moment of enthusiastic elation as Shiffley exhibits a new & refreshing energy..."
Brand new to the village is Superheart, the new project of Luke Batt. From the onset of "Count on Me", you are taken to a place, where sounds ebb and flow between 80's synth, dark wave pop and today's minimalist ambient efforts.
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Get lost and enveloped by School of X's layered vocals and the smooth jazz elements incorporated into "Get Higher". With a more light-hearted soundscape than some of his other tracks, "Get Higher" is the apology you never got. Warm and sultry, this track is one that just hits the spot.
Available for download here.