In The Spotlight

Arielle Silver – “What Really Matters”

Although this singer and songwriter had released three albums and been on national tours, she put music aside at the end of the 00s to make room for a necessary change. She moved from Boston to Los Angeles, taught yoga philosophy and published essays and poems. In 2019 her muse found her again and with a refreshed Americana sound she returned with the single “Lonely Time Of Year”.

Pouring her refound inspiration and dreams, as well as recalling the tragic events of the California wildfires, into her new single, it fuses an emotional vulnerability with infectious Americana. Taken from her upcoming album “A Thousand Tiny Torches”, expected in May, it’s the boot-stompin’ drums, dusty guitars and her rich, expressive KT Tunstall-like vocals, that show you what really matters.

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Music History

Gavin DeGraw – “Chariot”

From his album “Chariot” (2003):

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New Music

Jules – “Shoes Don’t Fit”

With an infectious pop vibe and a funky edge, this is the debut single by Dutch songstress Jules:

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