In The Spotlight

Delaney Jane – “Somewhere Else”

Hailing from Toronto, this Canadian singer & songwriter initially made a name for herself on the EDM scene. She made her first impression as a vocalist on Shaun Frank’s track “This Could Be Love” in 2014. Other collaborations include Oliver Heldens and KSHMR. She received Grammy and Juno nominations for “Limitless” by Adventure Club. In 2017 she switched to a pop sound with her debut “Howl”.

Coloring with a pastel pop palette, her new single takes 80 synth-pop and adds a sunlit sparkle. Kicking off with an ascending electronic rhythm and sleek synths, the track truly comes to life in the invigorating chorus. Reminiscent of the famous Swedish pop sound, this jam glistens from every beat. And with her bright and radiant vocals, this summertime anthem is a genuine earpleaser.

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Music History

Fitz & The Tantrums – “The Walker”

From their album “More Than Just A Dream” (2013):

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New Music

Toni Braxton – “Dance”

From her upcoming album “Spell My Name”, to be released on 28 August 2020:

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In The Spotlight

Sam The Astronaut – “Monster Squad (Love So Crazy)”

Despite having grown up in the same Vancouver suburb, this Canadian duo, comprising of Garrison Johnson and TJ Gibson, initially pursued their careers independently, but found their sound align together. Designed to take the listener to a place where dull realities get replaced with an urge to dance, they mix pop, new-wave, hiphop and funky disco and debuted with “Girls Of Summer” in 2017.

Inspired by the 1987 film “The Monster Squad”, their new single is a galactic journey through the neon decade. Using retro gear to create the most genuine 80s sound, the electronic beat, sparkling guitars and scintillating synths forge a lively electro-pop groove. Taken from their upcoming album “Midnight Carlight”, expected on August 28, this jam will launch you straight into the stratosphere.

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Music History

Thelma Houston – “You Used To Hold Me So Tight”

From her album “Qualifying Heat” (1984):

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New Music

McFly – “Happiness”

From their upcoming album “Young Dumb Thrills”, to be released on 13 November 2020:

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