Friday, November 24, 2017

New Music Friday #35

1. 7Chariot - "Ricochet"

2. Camden Cox - "Did You Love Me"

3. Carlie Hanson - "Only One"

4. Danielle Bellas - "Starship"

5. Dotter - "Rebellion"

6. J Elle - "I Lied"

7. Margrete - "Teen"

8. Mauve - "Nice Things"

9. Noella Nix - "Closing In"

10. Rae Morris - "Atletico"

11. Sulene - "Something New"

12. Whinnie Williams - "What About Me"

13. Zoey Lily - "Nothing"

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Late Night Gems #42

1. Evalyn - "Filthy Rich" (Stripped)

2. Janeva (feat. ZenSoFly) - "Humble Beginnings"

3. Jazz Mino - "Crush"

4. Kat Saul - "Cooler Than Hell"

5. Lizzy Land - "Bad Things"

6. Mia Vaile - "I'll Follow"

7. Nakita - "Vision"

8. Rae Isla - "Just Because"

9. Saski - Independent

10. Serena Foster - "Show Me The Way"

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

SUMif - Pretty Cage

San Francisco-based artist and producer Steph Wells, aka SUMif is simply unstoppable these days, releasing one great track after another. Now following her previous two singles, "Drifting" and "IDW" (I Don't Wanna), SUMif returns with yet another emotive electro-pop gem called "Pretty Cage", which in her own words is a song "about feeling trapped in a situation that from an outsider's perspective appears to be perfect."

Listen to "Pretty Cage" below.

Eliza - #MeToo

Less than a month since releasing her previous single, "Roses", London-based singer/songwriter Eliza returns with her latest offering entitled #MeToo. Written by Eliza hereself and produced by Orcades, "#MeToo" is a powerful and meaningful song that was inspired by the movement of the same name which was spearheaded by Tarana Burke and Alyssa Milano and seeks to raise awareness of the multitude of women (and men) who have been sexually harassed and assaulted.

Speaking on the track, Eliza explains:

I personally think It's very important to share our individual experiences to fight against sexual harassment and to take a stand for this cause.

"I know how it feels as I have had similar experiences as well… and when I read all those stories, it made me feel as if I’m part of a larger community and there are wonderful human beings out there who feel my pain and are standing by me.

I also decided that I wanted to make my own small contribution to the movement, and being a singer, songwriter I decided to write and sing a song about my feelings.

Check out the lyric video for "#MeToo" below.

Luna Shadows - Youth

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and one of our featured discoveries on HumanHuman, Luna Shadows has today unveiled the music video for her anthemic new single, "Youth", which also serves as the title track off her recently released 4-song sophomore EP. Directed by Alexa San Román, the clip offers some truly breathtaking scenery of L.A. while also capturing the exhilaration of love and loss.

"This video was a collaboration between me and director Alexa San Román." Luna Shadows explains. "'Youth' is a song about reflection, so we wanted to make something that played on the idea of the way we see things in the present versus the way we remember things: in split-second pieces, mirror-images, fractured moments, and changing colors."

Watch the video for "Youth" below.

Purchase of copy of Luna Shadows Youth EP on iTunes.
Limited edition copies of the EP on 10" swimming pool blue vinyl are also available here.

Premiere via The Beat.