New Music

Ann Vriend – “Anything I Know”

From her album “Everybody Matters” (2021):

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Good Dog – “November”

Born as Jack Hardman, this London-based singer, song-writer, multi-instrumentalist and producer grew up in a music-loving family. Initially performing and recording under his own name, the death of his father changed his musical direction. Now creating introspective dream-pop, influenced by the likes of Whitney Houston and Father John Misty, he debuted with “Stay And Rest For A While” in 2020.

Sonically capturing the transition between a mild autumn and the chill of winter, his new single conjures up the comforting warmth of a fireplace and the coziness of a welcoming home. Taken from his upcoming EP “Sam’s Arcade”, out next month, it’s the nonchalant guitar chords, balmy drums and his retro-dipped vocals, creating a hazy melancholy that’ll make you reminisce about the future.

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Music History

Kate Bush – “Rubberband Girl”

From her album “The Red Shoes” (1993):

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New Music

Westlife – “Alone Together”

From their album “Wild Dreams” (2021):

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Amanda Mae – “Shoulda Known”

Born as Amanda Sobers, this Toronto-based Canadian singer and songwriter has been singing since she was 5 years young, both in choir as in musicals. She continued performing in coffee houses while she was at university. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera and Chaka Khan, she’s forged a mix of R&B, pop and soul. She released her debut single “Fool 4 U” in 2018.

Lyrically chronicling a passionate past relationship, that resulted in betrayal and infidelity, her new single captures both the sensuous beginning as the melancholic ending. With her soothing, heartfelt vocals taking centre-stage, her story is accompanied by a mellow, jazzy rhythm and smooth synths. Shaping an intense soundscape, which is sultry with a dark edge, this R&B gem is a thing of beauty.

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Chicago – “Niagara Falls”

From their album “Chicago 18” (1986):

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