In The Spotlight

Luna Luna – “Time”

Hailing from Dallas, this quartet of indie-pop musicians has been tirelessly playing house parties and building up a fan base since the release of their debut EP “For Lovers Only” in 2018, which introduced their dreamy retro synth pop sound and cemented them as hopeless romantics. Continuing their live shows, they’ve played SXSW and The Roxy and are currently one of the busiest acts in Texas.

Putting the effects that quarantine has had on them and how their lives changed to music is no easy feat, but their new single proves it can be done. Keeping the dreamy vibe alive, they turn the speed up a notch with a bustling funky bass line and danceable rhythm. Layering smooth synths and fresh guitars on top and finishing it off with a touch of brass makes this tune exhilarating and timeless.

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Music History

Thelma Houston – “Out Of My Hands”

From her album “Throw You Down” (1990):

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New Music

Tom Grennan – “Something Better”

From his upcoming album “Evering Road”, to be released on 5 March 2021:

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