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Friday Night Jams Vol. 10

TGIF! It’s finally Friday! Any plans tonight? 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!

Friday Tunes!

“flesh & bone” by mary jane

“a taste of my mind as I try to love myself after losing myself in the world I created around me with hints of guilt and pain. enjoy” — mary jane

“8een” by Jafar Curry

“Black Water” by Mayfly

This pop alternative single features raw sounding, heart wrenching vocal performances from the girls, and a very cinematic-like string arrangement that brings out the intensity and darkness of the track.

“Namelessness” by Kohsey Oda

“This song is about something that gets an emotion or feeling that can’t be named. It is also a song about the difficulty of communicating them well to someone, of putting them into song.” — Kohsey Oda

“Eyes Sparkle” by BINX

“Better (Single Version)” by Lines&Laces

After a fateful encounter, ex-art kid Tiff Zips and powder keg Michael Kahana use the power of friendship and melodrama to pretend they’re still as emotionally volatile as teenagers. Moody, angsty and (occasionally) manic enough to harbor a god complex, Tiff’s lyrics and melodies light the fire that fuels Michael’s love of harmony and music theory.

“unidentified” by What’s His Name

“Diamond Lens” by MacRae

“Through this song the artist aims to create solace and inspiration for those struggling with their mental health, love and spirituality by exposing his own hardships and spreading a loving philosophy for life. All these points are illustrated through a rose-colored glasses style theme with funky guitars and ghostly vocals, calling up the Isley brothers and Omar Apollo while also bringing a new edge to the world of sound.” — MacRae

“Rainbow Light – Club Mix” by diamounosguardo

“This song comes from the ability to create songs that are beautiful and danceable; this is my style, I don’t expect everyone to like it, of course and that listening should “interest” and at least arouse some emotion.” — diamounosguardo

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