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10 Songs You Have To Listen To This September

10 Songs You Have To Listen To This September

It’s finally September! The hot summer fades into cool autumn. Beautiful autumn foliage will appear very soon with a variety of browns, oranges, reds, and yellows surrounding the nearby nature. Also, it is the time to enjoy fall favorites like pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin pie, chestnuts, and sweet potatoes.

September is also the time to enjoy some groovy music! Here are ten songs that you should listen to RIGHT NOW! Let me know what song you like in the comments!

September’s Must-Listens

*Ten Years Gone* by CUSTOM

About the band: For more than a dozen years, CUSTOM has been a leading voice in the vibrant and fast-growing music scene in Seattle. Inspired by a wide variety of influences including rock, pop, blues, punk, prog, metal, and even classical, CUSTOM has developed a unique and ever-evolving sound. Now, with the recent addition of world-renowned vocalist David Lyon, CUSTOM is poised to enter a new chapter of music on the international stage.

“Shaky” by Air Devi

Make sure to check out Air Devi on Instagram!

“One” by Castle Theater

About the song: “Harry Nilsson’s music has been a huge inspiration to me for a long time; this song, in particular, had an immense effect on me. While I adore some of the bigger versions of it (Aimee Mann’s, in particular), I chose to pull back and approach it in a simple, quiet way. I played all of the instruments and recorded it myself down in the basement. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for listening.” — Castle Theater

“The Right Way” by Scott Fisher

About the artist: Los Angeles-based producer and singer-songwriter Scott Fisher has shared “The Right Way,” the first single to be released from his forthcoming album 93 Million Miles, out October 26th via 1 A.M. Music. The groove-filled, slow-burning jam features Enrique Gonzalez (Los Lobos) on the drums and marks the first music Fisher has released since his 2019 album Songs of Jerry Garcia and Others.

“Last goodbye” by Marshall Harner

Make sure to check out Marshall Harner on Instagram!

“Every Day” by Graham Coe

About the song: “Every Day” is the classic tale of young love and a lost and lonely summer. Graham Coe writes about the all too familiar angst and loss that so many people have felt when a loved one goes away and comes back a changed and different person. 

“Can You Feel This Love” by Dr. Zwig

About the artist: Meet Dr. Adam Zwig—psychologist-musician, educator, and author. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology, has had 9 Top Ten hit singles on the U.S Adult Contemporary charts, and is an internationally renowned workshop leader and lecturer. He has been featured on Billboard, SiriusXM Radio, CBS Radio, and many other stations, and in People Magazine, Pollstar, and many other publications. Dr. Zwig has released 7 albums, has songs on NBC, Fox, and Fuel TV, and has garnered over 130 million views on YouTube.

“Dona Nobis Pacem” by Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends x Redmoon

About the song: “I wrote this song in 2019. There are biblical references but the lyrics are really about our own troubled times, with the iconic picture of the newborn child as a backdrop. The song reaches its climax in the coda, with the introduction of the children’s choir and the soaring guitar solo (wonderfully played by Daniel Lagerlöf). The song was originally recorded and released by my former band Redmoon.” — Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends

“Rehab Shawty” by Yung Scythe

About the song: Yung Scythe‘s new single, ‘Rehab Shawty’ is about his previous struggle with addiction the effect it had on his experience in the LA dating scene. Yung Scythe (real name Maxx Scarlett) is a 24-year old alternative artist based out of Los Angeles, CA. After 6 years of struggling with addiction, Scythe is 1-year sober and now utilizing his time to focus on an eclectic array of creative endeavors, including his music.

“Upgrades” by The Liquor Store

About the Band: Opening its doors for the first time in 2011, the original members of The Liquor Store Émile Farley (bass), Alex Francoeur (saxophone), Rémi Cormier (trumpet), and Félix Le Blanc (keyboards) presented a fresh musical tasting by young and talented jazz fanatics. The loyal fan base cheered the group’s release of its first EP Hooked in 2013, showcasing a flavorful blend of funk and R&B. Since adding drummer Jean-Daniel Thibeault-Desbiens and guitarist Félix Blackburn in 2014,

The Liquor Store has performed all across Quebec, Ontario, and New Brunswick while promoting its groovy energy, especially through major events like the Montreal International Jazz Festival in 2016 and 2017.


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