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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend (V. 5)

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

“Puttin It Off” by Matt Moody

About the song: “t began as a midi track on logic. I sat down at my computer one afternoon and decided to write something on the keyboard instead of guitar for once, and the words just started pouring out of me, as if some entity was feeding it to me. Based somewhat in reality but culminating into a concoction of my dreams, desires, regrets, failures, and fantasies; Puttin’ It Off is the simple epiphany of a battle between the ego and the higher self. We’ve got a life to live; why aren’t we living it, and will we ever make it to kingdom come?” — Matt Moody

“Winter” by Eyreton Hall

About the song: “‘Winter’ was created during a moment of deep introversion in the midst of, what Randle describes as, “being overwhelmed by a complicated and rushed existence”. The resulting fragility and intense self-reflection is perfectly captured by the song – with the creative process providing Toni a cathartic escape during this difficult period.” — Eyreton Hall

“Spill Over” by Loupe


About the artist: Dropping in with an early listen to ILL PEACH, an LA-based duo comprised of artists who boast credits with Pharrell, SZA , Saint JHN and Icona Pop and more.

“Die Tonight” by Sam Louis

About the song: ““Die Tonight” is Louis’ take on the notorious cultural association between sex and death. The song’s story was written in the vein of a movie script, featuring two characters who end up together in a time that feels like the world is falling apart around them.” — Sam Louis

“Hallelujah” by Christina Jewell

About the song: “‘Hallelujah’ is a dreamy, meditative balance between inner darkness and peace.” — Christina Jewell

“Istanbul Sky” by Kivanc Kilicer

About the song: Kivanc Kilicer’s upcoming hi-tempo release “Istanbul Sky” is quite melodic, groovy with hot lyrics. The story behind the track is about a colorful love story in Istanbul city and reproach to a relationship. It’s created with a combination of orchestral instruments and alternative rock elements in a very subtle way.”

“Beyond the Ambience” by Watkins

About the band: In 2017, the band, Watkins, formed in Nashville, Tennessee. With a shared passion for opening the minds of the music world, the band set out to record their debut album “Interstate of Mind” on Music Row. Bringing together styles from across the board, this album aims to create a self-reflective narrative that takes the audience on a ride of emotions. With an alternative influence, the band members worked to innovate new sounds of psychedelic rock alongside modern blues pop.

“When It Hurts” by Kandle

About the artist: British Columbia-born singer-songwriter Kandle Osborne, is catharsis personified. Embodying equal parts cabaret chanteuse and ambitious rock singer, she’s covered everything in her inky blues-influenced songs from heartbreak, sexual assault, chronic illness, and a loss of power, providing an immense release for her listeners with her treacle-dipped voice.

“Hot In The City” by AEM

Make sure to check out AEM on her official site!

Which song is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!

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