In The Spotlight

Emily Henry – “Stoplight”

Based in Washington DC, this elegant indie-pop singer and songwriter grew up listening to her dad playing guitar and her mom singing. She started writing songs at a young age, putting melodies to poems recited by her favorite literary characters. Inspired by artists such as Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding and Marina, she merges indie-pop with folk flourishes and debuted with her EP “Matchsticks” in 2016.

Dipped in a melancholic nostalgia and atmospheric hues, this track is an accomplished amalgamation of rich retro flavors. Taken from her new album “The New World”, it blends vibrant electro-pop with resonant electric guitars and a virulent rhythm. And with an overall Fleetwood Mac vibe and her emotive Stevie Nicks-touched vocal grit, this pastel-infused folk-pop groove is a delectable sonic snack.

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In Memoriam

UB40 – “Rat In Mi Kitchen”

Last Saturday vocalist, saxophonist and co-founder of UB40 Terence “Astro” Wilson passed away, aged 64.

From their album “Rat In The Kitchen” (1986):

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New Music

Little Mix – “Between Us”

From their upcoming album “Between Us”, to be released on 12 November 2021:

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