Weekend’s Tunes Are…
“Oxygen Type” by The Lunar Keys
UK Indie Rock band The Lunar Keys is taking this weekend by storm with their newest release “Oxygen Type”. The band talks about the energy of the song as “the feeling you get to impulsively launch into the night, on a high, bursting with total excitement at living every breath of a prospective night out to the maximum.” “Oxygen Type” is a raging rock tune with an upbeat tempo, powerful energy levels, and dark tones in the musicality that hypnotizes listeners. The Lunar Keys has created a delightful tune that pulls listeners with its hypnotic musicality in the blazing guitars and the smooth vocals.
“Manhattan” by Morning Crush
Folk-Rock artist Morning Crush from the UK has released a letter of goodbye of sorts with the single “”Manhattan””. “I’d say it’s a song about it’s accepting defeat and leaving what you once thought was so important,” says Morning Crus, “Staring again and being OK with that. Because that’s life.” “Manhattan” is a soothing indie rock-pop on the surface, but it features blazing guitar blaring on the second verse. But, the vocal melody feels really real and down to earth with their humble tones. Morning Crush has created a relatable song by painting honest lyrics and musicality that is so endearing to listen to.
“You” by Anindya Mukherjee
Indian Folk Pop singer-songwriter Anindya Mukherjee celebrates that special someone in our life with his latest single “You”. This song soars inspirational in ways that pull listeners’ heartstrings. It features a heartfelt melody embedded in the down-to-earth vocals and the lovely piano chords. I really love the driving piano chords in the bridge sections as the rally builds the song’s actions in such a lovely way. Listeners cannot forget about the catchy melodies in the vocals!
“No One Like You” by The Lillypillies
Australian Indie Pop band The Lillypillies has released “No One Like Above You” on their debut album Run To The Future. “No One Like You” is a song that explains the struggles of everyday life and how we often rely on another person to make things better. The song starts out with deep guitar riffs and then slowly unravels into an unforgettable one with slick melodies with mesmerizing, upbeat beats. The song’s focal point is in the chorus as the energy explodes to create something that listeners cannot forget.
“Some Time Ago” by Connor Desai
Americana artist Connor Desai releases a relaxing track entitled “Some Time Ago” that is perfect for this late spring. Desai draws inspiration from the grace and beauty of a broken heart by crafting a heartful, down-to-earth piece that hints a bit of sage advice. The song might remember listeners of the sage-femme tradition featured in songs like Joni Mitchell’s “Little Green” and Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” due to its confessional nature. Yet, the true beauty in “Some Time Ago” is the acoustic soundscape that is so honest and deep that will inspire listeners for their own stories.
“Sell Your Soul” by Tatum Quinn
Canadian Alternative rock singer-songwriter Tatum Quinn takes listeners on a haunting journey of trading everything you are for our deepest desires in “Sell Your Soul”. The artist shares feelings like being trapped, under-appreciated, and defeated in this passionate rock tune that is super emotionally charged. Listeners can hear that the emotions are live as a live wire in such parts in the pre-chorus and the chorus when they explode with such fervor. The singer-songwriter wonderfully creates an explosion of powerful emotions, haunting soundscapes, and blazing musicality to have asked the question: “Should I sell my soul for something I really need?”
“Take Me Home” by Moon and Aries
Elevate your mood and raise your vibrations this weekend with “Take Me Home” by German electropop duo Moon and Aries. The dup has crafted this song to feature retro and futuristic ideas that are embedded in the nostalgic melodies led by the mellow synth riffs. Though the song does give off 80′ vibes, the duo hopes that listeners can think of a song that is a part of “Synth Pop Opera” with its dynamic vocal lines and expansive soundscape. Its melodic, soothing musicality will have listeners listen to it repeatedly tonight!
“We’re here, Love is somewhere else” by Voodoo Bloo
New Zealand alternative rock band Voodoo Bloo hopes that you listen to ‘We’re Here, Love Is Somewhere Else’ this weekend, whether at a festival or in the garage. The band wrote this song to focus on “how much space paranoia and social pressures take up in the mind’s hard drive and a simple reminder that no matter how far in a rut you’re stuck, you’re only a few progressive footsteps away from getting better”.
This explosive alt-rock track has memorable vocal melodies, but a nostalgic soundscape that harks back to the ’90s alt-rock scene. If you are a fan of Deftones, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, and Arctic Monkeys., then you have to check out “We’re here, Love is somewhere else” today!
“Losing Reality” by The Infinity Process
Toledo-based Hard Rock band The Infinity Process talks about the void of emotions in some people in their latest release. The band had this to say about the single: “”Losing Reality” is about how some people are just void of all emotion, empathy, and basic things that make you human, and they use others to get what they want no matter the cost. ” “Losing Reality” is a melodic metal tune that strikes a chord with glistening vocals over raging, deep metal instrumentation. Listeners have to listen for the lyrics as they are as deep as the musicality of their message.
“La mia notte” by Camilla Passani
Italian indie pop-rock artist Camilla Passani talks about the battle between light and dark in “La mia notte”. It talks about how the Dark is capable of killing and extinguishing any Light, however, nothing is stronger than the Dark than Hope. Sung entirely in Italian, Passani’s ethereal vocals glisten over mellow rock-pop instrumentation. The artist presents force in her vocals as they soar to melodic heights that will pull listeners into the song’s depths.