In The Spotlight

Kezia Gill – “Whiskey Over Ice”

Born in Nottingham, this British singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist first graced the stage at the age of 7. Guided by her performing musician dad, she was raised on a solid musical diet of Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Willie Nelson. At 13 she started singing in clubs. In 2019 she toured Australia and performed in Nashville. Inspired by the likes of Patsy Cline, she debuted with “Control” in 2017.

Telling the relatable story of two people who meet in a bar and instantly feel like they’ve known each other all their life, her new single is so filled with alcohol analogies, that you’ll get drunk listening to it. Embracing the classic country sound from the rolling drum and steel guitar opening to the bustling chorus with a howling guitar and her powerful vocals, this jam is pure country on the rocks.

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Music History

Barry White – “Come On”

From his album “The Icon Is Love” (1994):

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New Music

WILSN – “Every Day And Every Night”

From her album “Those Days Are Over” (2023):

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In The Spotlight

Royal Oak – “A Song For Ya”

Based in Vancouver, this Canadian quartet of friends has been making music since childhood. Knowing each other as well as they do and having learned their instruments together, gives them an unique chemistry. Consisting of Austin Ledyard, Brayson Wong, Myles Philpott and Michael Kragelj, they’ve opened for New Zealand pop-rock band Six60. They released their self-titled debut EP in 2015.

Written over Zoom during lockdown and inspired by Brayson’s ex, their new single chronicles the breakup of a toxic relationship. Layering a pop-punk aesthetic on top of their alternative pop sound, the song is driven by an insatiable beat and bass plucks and leads to an energetic chorus. With the addition of retro Super Nintendo sounds and a wild electric guitar solo, this groove is for everyone.

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Music History

Noisettes – “Every Now And Then”

From their album “Wild Young Hearts” (2009):

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New Music

Jake Shears – “Too Much Music”

From his upcoming album “Last Man Dancing”, to be released on 2 June 2023:

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