In The Spotlight

I Am Boleyn – “Young Love”

Having grown up in St. Petersburg, Russia and gone to study history at Oxford University in the UK, this rising star certainly is a citizen of the world. Always surrounding herself with music, she’s been writing songs from an early age. She’s performed all over the world, including L.A.’s Peppermint Club. Inspired by Lana Del Rey, Stevie Nicks and Robyn, she debuted with her single “Too Much” in 2019.

Drawing us into her pastel-colored sonic world, her new single is an 80s-reminiscent synthpop sparkler. Lyrically capturing the euphoric feeling of falling in love for the first time, it’s the scintillating synths, rousing rhythms and crisp fingersnaps that create a rich neon soundscape. And with her silky vocals shining brightly, this resplendent jam encapsulates the vintage sounds you can’t help but love.

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Music History

Johnny Gill – “Fairweather Friend”

From his album “Johnny Gill” (1990):

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New Music

Lights – “Okay Okay”

From her album “PEP” (2022):

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