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Featured Music of the Week: 10.25.2021

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Check out our featured picks this week! We officially have a playlist to share with you, highlighting our favorite up-and-comers and recent releases from legends new and old!

“Missing You,” (A Betty Who Cover) by Jessica Carter Altman: This lovely cover showcases the vocals of the artist and her emotional performance. From the No Rules debut EP, this artist is rising on our radar as an artist to watch! Keep her on your radar as she continues to develop her sound!

“Wait A Minute,” by Bad Heart: This acoustic masterpiece has been rising in the ranks throughout Greece in various radio stations. The emotive track blends emotive vocals with cool guitar that harmonizes beautifully as a complimenting second voice, then the song transitions into a dreamy pop track that transcends into the darker side.

“That Spell,” by Andrea von Kampen: This indie folk track changes the pace with its emotive acoustic storytelling elements. The artist’s independent project is a continuation of their debut album and 3 song EP, which has built her sound into what it is today with its chill soul and beautiful storytelling elements laced throughout.

“Euphoria,” by Josh Sky: The bossa nova tones were really unique in addition to the texture of instrumentals. Enjoy this catchy and creative lyricism paired with a touch of jazz and soul that builds throughout the production, along with the dreamy vocals that pour in throughout.

“LONELY,” by Natalie Lane: Inspired by the great John Mayer, this artist will sweep you off your feet with her west coast born-and-raised dreamy California pop tones and emotional vocals.

Maelström,” by Ständard: Born and raised in Paris, this solo project curated a pop rock masterpiece. The intro lures you in with cool vocals and an acoustic guitar before breaking into a heavier soul laced with electric guitar and keys that pull you into another world.

Normal,” by Possible Impossible: Written in early 2021, this dark pop track “laments and gives language to the existential crisis of wanting to be anything but normal in the world of online self-promotion and projection, and self-destructive behaviors.” This video game and tech industry professional transferred their skills into the music world with their understanding of the human condition, and out came this track of the release of catharsis in the midst of darkness.

“Uvas,” by Deep Throat Choir: This all-female singing collective’s latest release curates a unique experience through string and emotive vocals that convey a story that pulls you in to a whole different realm. Blending in the range of vocals with classical instruments creates a dark pop masterpiece.

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