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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend (V. 21)

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

“Own It” by Charis

“I want this song to remind people to be proud of their story and how far they’ve come, I want them to celebrate themselves.”

Charis’s “Own It” is the pep talk that you might need right now. This electropop tune packs a message with the value of self-reflection and self-love. It is a call to find true confidence by owning your own story. “Own It” is the perfect upbeat tune to spread positivity to others. With its slick dance beat, melodic vocals, and optimistic vibes, Charis’s newest single is so infectious that will cause listeners to jam along. But also, to encourage them to be their true self!

“Break Way” by First Frontier

Birmingham-based garage rock duo First Frontier hopes listeners will move to their newest single “Break Way”. It is about having the courage to cut bad things and people out of your life. It is time to break away from those toxic relationships. The track features upbeat, driving guitar riffs with industrial grit. The song features the band’s signature energetic rhythms and soul-searching, upbeat lyrics that listeners will rock along to! It is a perfect song to listen to this weekend!

“Eye Rhyme” by Render Ghosts

UK Synthpop band Render Ghosts makes their scene in the musical world with the release of their debut single “Eye Rhyme”. It plunges the listeners into the midst of the narrator’s early relationship doubts.” Has this new partnership got legs, or is it just an eye rhyme?” Mellow synthpop riffs drift along with the song as dialect vocals take the lead. Listeners should listen out for the chorus as it features catchy hooks that just want you to sing along!

“Incerteza” (Uncertainty) by Pirikito

Brazillian artist Pirikito mixes Neo-soul, R&B, rap, MPB, and jazz in his newest track “Incerteza”. The lyrics feature a dialogue between certainty and uncertainty deals with how we face opposites and how to launch ourselves into life. The track features a smooth vocal melody that is placed on top of seductive guitars and bass lines. The overall mood of the track is relaxed as the unique melodies and progressions craft its delightful atmosphere. Sit back and relax with “Incerteza”.

“Rachet Man” by Roman Candles

Roman Candles is back with another track, this time with “Hatchet Man”. It is a mellow Alternative Rock track that talks about relationship goals in the current age we live in. It starts off smooth with the vocals captivating listeners with their hypnotic tones. Listeners should listen for the musical break towards the end as the song changes pace. No longer a subtle rock track, the electric guitar roars to life with its blazing solo, changing the mood with jarring tones. It is something worthwhile!

“Calling” by Patrick Majik

Chilled this week with “Calling” by Patrick Majik. This song tells the tale of lovers who drifted apart due to relationship issues but are seemingly still attached and unable to move on. It highlights the hidden struggles we humans face when it comes to relationship issues. The track is filled with slick melodies with chilled instrumentation. The main star of “calling” is Majik’s dulcet vocals, which are hypnotic to listen to with their seductive charm. Although it carries a serious message that we all can relate to, “Calling” is such a slick track that will have you sit back and relax this weekend!

“Begin Again” by Anindya Mukherjee

Anindya Mukherjee has a serious hit on his hands with “Begin Again”. Featuring a perfect blend of classic rock and southern dirt rock, this track is an upbeat rock tune that pulses with such delectable melodies from the vocals, the buoyant piano, and the electric guitars. The pacing in the song is well-crafted as there are fast, rocking sections and then slow sections to take a breath at. Listeners should listen out for the piano as there are some funky, southern-style melodies that are really fun to listen to!

“Te Propongo” (I Propose) by Keith Rayburn x The Rayburn Brothers Band

Enjoy this mid-tempo tune by Keith Rayburn x The Rayburn Brothers Band this weekend. “Te Propongo” talks about an across-the-border love affair between Mexico and the USA. It is a well-written rock tune with its soothing instrumentation, the rockin’ electric guitar solo, and the feel-good atmosphere. I really enjoy the chorus as it features gorgeous layered vocals that add incredible depth to the song. Listeners have to check out “Te Propongo” this weekend!

“Down for Me (feat. Giselle Lily)” by Th.i.a.

Th.i.a. asks the question “Are you down for me?” in their newest single “Down for Me (feat. Giselle Lily)”. The lyrics portray the fear of trusting our lover as past experiences may have made us believe that people always leave when we need them most. The track features the perfect blend of electropop and R&B from the instrumentation to the beat. R&Binfluences are felt in the vocal melodies with Giselle Lily’s shimmery yet melancholic vocal tone. It is the perfect song to check out this weekend as it features a mixture of chilled and upbeat vibes within its sultry melodies.

“Losing Myself to You” by Arbor

US Synthpop/Pop Rock band releases “Losing Myself to You” ahead of their upcoming EP that will be released in early 2022. The track features the band’s unique sound of blending fun synth-pop melodies with hard rock breakdowns. Listeners have to check the vocals as they are the main star with their unbounded energy packed in those melodic tones. The track also features sweet synth riffs that add vivid colors to “Losing Myself to You”. Arbor’s is a sweet synthpop tune with mellow moods and cool musicality.

Which song is your favorite?

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