In The Spotlight

The Daybreaks – “Dream Queen”

The four members of this Nashville-based Indie-Pop band got together by accident in 2015. Kaleb Jones and Heather Bond had been writing songs together, which they recorded for fun with Bobby Holland and Adam Bokesch and discovered pure magic. They’ve played famed festivals such as SXSW and even a concert on an airplane. Their debut single “The Machine” was released in 2016.

Grooving in the glittery shine of a mirrorball, their latest Indie-Pop single borrows elements from 80s-style disco vibes, as well as the Synth-Pop sound of the neon decade. An electronic beat leads to a funky rhythm from the voltaic synths and electric guitar plucks, gelling together into a jaunty Neo-Disco jam with easy-going vocals, which feels at home in both a modern club as a retro discoteque.

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Music History

Stevie Wonder – “Gotta Have You”

From the soundtrack of the movie “Jungle Fever” (1991):

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New Music

Charlotte Cardin – “Double Shifts”

This is the new single by Canadian Soul-Pop songstress Charlotte Cardin:

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Jaden Michaels – “Behave”

This Iowa-born artist has already made quite a mark on the music scene as a songwriter. She’s worked with some of the biggest stars, such as Jennifer Lopez and Robin Thicke and co-wrote songs for Carly Rae Jepsen and Jessica Mauboy. Also a singer and musician in her own right, she initially released pop songs, but found her niche when she debuted her first Country-Pop single “Preach” in 2017.

Her latest single travels up and down both sides of the musical spectrum. Opening with a minimal orchestration of an ambient piano and sumptuous, creamy vocals adds a velvety atmosphere, before erupting into an upbeat Country-Pop chorus of a bracing rhythm, sprightly banjo, perky fiddle and her carefree, cheerful voice, blending into a jumpin’ hoedown full of delectable Country twang.

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Music History

Janet Jackson – “Don’t Mess Up This Good Thing”

From her album “Janet Jackson” (1982):

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New Music

The Revivalists – “Got Love”

From their upcoming album “Take Good Care”, to be released on 9 November 2018:

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