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Friday Night Jams. Vol. 2

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!

“And Nothing Else” by Vinyl Arch Rodeo

Vinyl Arch Rodeo is the solo Rock project from Israeli musician, Guy Saar. Growing up fascinated by the UK Indie scene, while inspired by much of its predecessors’ British Rock & American blues, He became hooked on the signature guitar sounds and became inspired to pen his own songs and become a part of his local music scene, mastering the guitar, and becoming a versatile musician.

“Rainbow Sherbet Sky” by Desert Limina

“A hazy breakup song for summer that has a lullaby effect. I wrote this song after loving someone who clouded their selfish actions under the guise of a hip, modern-sounding open relationship.” — Desert Limina

“a drop of light” by Aplo

The first single from the band Aplo, alternative jazzy rock sound with chill vibes.

“Don’t Wake Me Up (on the mornin)” by Sleepwalking Norma

Sleepwalking Norma is Martin Coyne from Galway in Ireland.

“In My Head” by Kubota

“In My Head” speaks on the cycle Kubota has experienced while trying to improve his mental health.

“By the River of Truth” by Jason Baker

“”Liberty” started with trying to express the simple desire produced by pandemic isolation: the desire to leave. As the song developed, I realized it’s really about leaving any bad situation that a person can feel trapped by: a crappy job, a bad marriage or relationship, or anything else.” — Jason Baker

“Do You Believe?” by Heart Machine

This song explores the uncertainty of new relationships. Musically it takes inspiration from an array of British guitar bands from the 70s to the present day.

“Chaste Heart, Pagan Land” by Peter Johnston RVA

“Waiting on the Rain” by Emily Gurklis

The lyrics employ carefully crafted metaphors to describe the anticipatory feeling of waiting around for things to go wrong. The production includes dreamy swells and emotive vocals to create a pensive atmosphere

“Stage lights” by Nina Golova ArtiNi

“”Stage lights” is a jazz song with saxophone solo and improvisation. I composed and completely voiced this song in Reaper using VSTi”.

Which song is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!

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