Wednesdays are always a time to celebrate! It is hump day! Two more days until the weekend, time to celebrate! I am starting a new series where I present ten songs that will help you celebrate your Hump Day and make your week more awesome!
Check out the songs below! What is your favorite song? Let me know in the comments!
The Mid-Week Pickup for September 1, 2021
“Red Moon” by Mana Kittaka
“Come On” by Remus Tucker Band
About the band: The Remus Tucker Band came about somewhere around 2012. In 2013 they released their first album South of New Orleans which was a hit with old fans as well as new ones. In 2017, Lonely Mile was released which is still receiving global radio airplay and reviews, and Come On is the latest single which debuted on June 17. The band is currently working on new material for an EP.
“Blondie” by Starfire
About the band: Starfire started In 1978 when four boys in Michigan wanted to form a band. They had all been in previous bands in the past year or so and had started writing songs. Starting with these and writing more together as a band, they soon had several to work with. They worked on these songs and created a live show in a barn that had been converted into a garage. They became known in the area for having more original songs than many other area bands at the time.
“Reaching High” by Perfect Shade
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“A Gift” by Seth Glider
“A Gift” is part of Glier’s newest album. Seth Glier’s new album The Coronation is an invitation to forge a new, more beautiful world out of the current chaos.
“For most of my adult life, I’ve held the belief that humanity is right around the corner from something transformative,” Seth explains. “If we could only see that our separateness is an illusion, then a future of global cooperation and interdependence would be undeniable. As the coronavirus locked down the world, I watched this long-held belief inside of me becoming a reality right before my eyes. The dolphins returned to the Venice canals, and millions of children saw the stars for the first time. I wanted this album to feel like a roadmap towards reunion in a reconnected and repairing world.”
“Stay Clean” by Spray Allen
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“Postcard” by Natalie Nicole Gilbert
About the artist: LA-based Natalie Nicole Gilbert‘s career has included collaborations with film composers and musicians of a wide array of genres ranging from EDM to classic jazz to alt pop-rock.
Today, Gilbert is a voting member of the Recording Academy with 14 solo albums and an additional 17 singles to her credit. In addition to her music, she has more than 10 years in broadcast radio as a radio host and voiceover talent and has done national commercials for Mcdonald’s, Cadillac, Quiznos, and other well-known brands.
“Keep in Mind” by Nathaniel Bellows
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“Leap of Faith” by Nadia Vaeh
About the song: “I wrote “Leap of Faith” reflecting back on the times I’ve been happiest in my life. It was always the times I allowed myself to simplify and leave “comfort” behind for something more. I lived in my car to save money for my dreams and it was some of the best times in my life; couch hopping at friend’s places and just being a vagabond. At the time of writing this song, I feel like I had succumbed to the power of comfort yet again, and I needed to take another “Leap of Faith” to reach the next level of my career and spiritual journey” — Nadia Vaeh
“Sunday Funk” by SilverTwins of Funk ft M-rock
About the song: “Hi, This a Funk song in the tradition of Gap Band, Cameo, Zapp, 78-85. It is the first single of 5 of an EP of 8 songs that will be released step by step and eventually the EP in autumn. It´s shiny, glittering funk with a twist of Boogie and the P is present as well.” — SilverTwins of Funk ft M-rock