“DL” by Will IV
“The term “DL” and the artwork evoke something immediate in many people, especially the gay people that will notice me, but divorced from that context, it still works. I wrote and produced this myself, and these are my vocals. Mastered by Ryan Schwabe.” — Will IV
“Limbo” by Marysa Eve
“The song unfolded itself steadily, I wrote a few lines each morning while training horses on this farm. It’s really about questioning what you mean to someone; it’s a lullaby for the perpetually restless.” — Maryssa Eve
“Find Your Way” by Those Damned Jackdaw Saints
“Apart” by Dracula Jackson
“The song ‘Apart’ foreshadowed my new soulmate, even describing her physical beauty, years before we would ever meet,” Jackson reveals. The track features a variety of unusual key changes, dynamics, and even rock shifts in style and intensity. Jackson notes his influence from Paul McCartney, whom he spent time listening to during the creation of the record.” — Dracula Jackson
“Lost and Found” by Mama Oak
Formed in 2016 from the ashes of two up-and-coming Canadian rock outfits, Mama Oak reunites the boys from The Callow and Two Green Cats. The band is fronted by singer William Larochelle accompanied by his fellow Two Green Cats bandmate, Chris Desjardins on bass. To complete the rhythm section, Guillaume Perron (The Callow) is the heartbeat of this gentle beast. Both on guitar, Sebastian Michon and Jeff Fillion (also from The Callow) are responsible for planting the seed that would grow and eventually become Mama Oak.
“You And Me” by Another World
“A dance-pop song inspired by Avicii and David Guetta. Started making this song over a year ago and it has gone through many different iterations.”
“Concrete Jungle” by Lisa Keanehttps://www.instagram.com/lisaakeane/
“Chan Chan” by Cora Rose
“This cover of “Chan Chan” was recorded and filmed in Cataviña, Baja California, México. It was a collaboration between myself and my partner, José Luis Vílchez, as part of our project “Art We There Yet” celebrating the unique sounds and landscapes across the Americas.” — Cora Rose
“Vowels” by BINX
Meet BINX, South Africa’s beautiful “African Bee” with a sting ready to swell up pop music. The New Yorker quotes “with a voice like Gaga’s, she’s partial to yellow-and-black clothes and arena choruses.” This Avant-Garde pop musician and model has had a No.1 song in South Africa, performed at The US Open, The New York Marathon, and The South African Traditional Music Awards.