Check out our finds for this week!

“Japanese Postcards,” by Robin Schenk: A blend of orchestral elements tell an alluring tale of sabotage, revenge, and regret in a series of heartache and lost love.

“Fire Tales,” by Sage of New England: This track moves with its soothing ballad feel, its range of colorful emotion, and years of storytelling through song.

“Switch,” by stef: Powerfully gripping, this track is equal part infectious and impactful in message.  

When I started releasing music, I had a fear of, ‘Is this the best it’s gonna get?’,” she admits. “As I get older, I realize that I don’t know anything, and that I’m just evolving and growing as a writer and person. This music represents where I am in life right now, and I’m so lucky that I get to embrace my creativity through these avenues.” And that’s exactly the message Stef is looking to bring to her listeners, too. “You have enough time in the day to accomplish anything that you want to do if you have the drive. If you’re sitting in your bed wishing you want to do something else, you can do it.

~ stef

“Just a Child,” by False Dilemma: Coming from two sides of the world, this collaboration of two artists shows how powerful technology can be, especially in collaborating in the music industry.

“Cry For Me,” by Essy: This lighthearted-in-sound beat offers an emotionally freeing take on battling toxicity and doubt in a relationship.

“Buried in the Sound,” by Olivia White: This melody is enchanting and soothing with an infectious pop rhythm and emotional lyrics.

What was your favorite track this week? Let us know in the comments!

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