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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend (V. 10)

It’s the weekend! Any plans? Any cool music to listen to? Well, here are ten tracks that you should be listening to RIGHT NOW! They are from different parts of the world and have a variety of musical genres! Check them out and make sure to share this post and/or let me know which one is your favorite in the comments!

This Weekend’s Tunes

“Spence” by The Head

About the band: Brothers Mike Shaw (bass, vocals) and Jack Shaw (drums) and Jacob Morrell (guitars) have been jamming together since high school, writing and performing original songs inspired by the bands they love: trippy Brits like Stone Roses, Spiritualized, Ride, The Verve and Echo, and the Bunnymen, and moody Americans like The National, Scott Walker and early R.E.M. 

“Bluebird (feat. Cory Br0wn)” by Diamond.Alexis

Make sure to check out the artist on Instagram!

“For the Kill” by CHNNLL

About the song: “I got the idea for this song while walking the streets of Chicago – the sights, sounds and city smells gave me flashbacks to a walkabout I took during an African safari. Stepping out of the safari truck I felt vulnerable and unwelcomed; city streets can make you feel the same. Both have a way of bringing out the animal inside. Wake me up…’for the kill.'” – CHNNLL

“Barcelona Summer” by julia thomsen x TRE

About the song: Julia Thomsen is as eager as ever to share her lovely music with the world, and the world has embraced her with open arms, with over one million streams already under her belt! Hikes in the woods, gorgeous sights, and the incredible sensation of being completely at one with mother nature inspire her work. Also, Tre, who is collaborating with Julia for the first time, adds his golden touch to the song, creating a unique ambiance and adding to Julia’s already extensive discography.

With peaceful bird noises lighting the way to utopia, ‘Barcelona Summer’ is the antidote to modern pandemonium! The soothing piano, guitar tones, and themes that arise from the composition cause goosebumps to rise on the back of the neck, and the calming aura of the strings hold the senses. It is stunning in its entirety and serves as a metaphor for our magnificent world.

“All Over Her” by Eon MC Etc. & The Libra

“Dawn Will Come” by Ultimatoni

“Dawn Will Come is an alternative pop song about an endless cycle of life and death. It might be inconsolable but still comforting – as life itself.” — Ultimatoni

“All Things Considered” by Richard Anderson

About the song: The brand new single from Scottish singer-songwriter Richard Anderson was recorded during the lockdown. An ultimately redemptive song about a relationship.

“Otherside” by Scraggleface and the Trash Folk Experiment

About the song: “This is a song written in memory of a good friend of mine who passed away many years ago.” — Scraggleface and the Trash Folk Experiment

“Hard Rock Hillbilly” by Shawn Perry

About the artist: Shawn Perry is an American Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, actor, and entrepreneur is known across the globe for his signature blend of big hooks, searing guitars, good times, and raisin’ hell. 

Over his career, Shawn Perry and his various musician projects have shared the stage and lineup card with numerous music legends, including Poison, Warrant, Guns-N-Roses, The Darkness, Slash, Creed, Korn, Megadeth, Puddle of Mudd, Papa Roach, P.O.D., Chimera, Chickenfoot, Motionless in White, Jackyl, Volbeat, Queensryche, Rob Zombie, Skillet, Thousand Foot Krutch, The Hollywood Undead, Steel Panther, Thin Lizzy, Michael Stanley, Killswitch Engage, Powerman 5000, The Guess Who, and Hellyeah. Heck, he has even played a show with actor Corey Feldman of “Goonies” and “Lost Boys” fame…ah, the memories… 

“BLUE” by Yoshimitsu4432 x Kat McDowell

About the artist: Yoshimitsu4432 is a Tokyo-based Japanese Guitarist and Artist. His main concept is Cinematic Guitar Music. Yoshi’s guitar playing style is rooted in 70-90s hard rock guitarists such as Gary Moore, Michael Schenker, Brian May, and Ritchie Blackmore. Musically, his inspiration is derived from Alternative rock, Post-rock, Electronica, Hip Hop, EDM, Funk, and Ska.

Which song is your favorite?

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