In The Spotlight

Lulu Simon – “Wasted”

Daughter to Paul Simon and Edie Brickell, this impressive singer, songwriter and musician grew up immersed in music. Originally from New York, she learned to play piano at a young age, but found her passion writing songs on an acoustic guitar and creates Pop songs full of intricate melodies and relatable lyrics. Ready to make her own musical mark, she released her bouncy debut single.

Wrapped in pure Pop vitality and danceability, it’s her multi-faceted vocals, full of youthful innocence and spunk, which will truly grab you and drag you to the dancefloor. With a contemporary EDM backing track, influenced by joyous 90s teen Pop, this debut bursts out into a melodious party, despite telling the story about summertime heartbreak and will induce pure happiness .

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Music History

The Style Council – “The Lodgers”

From their album “Our Favourite Shop” (1985):

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New Music

B00TY – “Blowing Up My Phone”

This is the new single by Los Angeles-based Modern-Funk duo B00TY:

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