In The Spotlight

Goldmyth – “Video”

Born as Jenessa Smith and hailing from Provo, this singer and songwriter started taking harp and piano lessons as a child. Soon she started writing her own songs, which sparked her passion. She began playing local shows and formed a short-lived band, before deciding a solo path was the right one. Inspired by Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Sufjan Stevens, she debuted with “Lover’s Letdown” in 2017.

Dipped in a lyrical nostalgia forged by revisiting the past through old home movies, her new single also takes a musical journey back to the late 80s. Starting with a dreamy soundscape in which memories have free reign to thrive, soon the song opens up with resonant synths and a pulsating rhythm. And with her neon-colored vocals brightening every note, this is a dazzling and wistful jam.

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Music History

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – “Today’s Your Lucky Day”

From their album “Talk It Up (Tell Everybody)” (1984):

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New Music

Rebecca Black – “Look At You”

From her upcoming debut album “Let Her Burn”, to be released early 2023:

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In The Spotlight

Kainalu – “Turned Around”

Started in 2017 by multi-instrumentalist and producer Trent Prall, he named this project after the Hawaiian word for ocean waves. Drawing from his Japanese-Hawaiian heritage, he created an unique sonic brew of psychedelic funk with flourishes of disco, Motown and indie-rock. Inspired by the likes of Tame Impala, Radiohead and Hiatus Kaiyote, he released his debut EP “Bloom Lagoon” in 2017.

Chronicling the final moments of a failing relationship and the realization that you’re just holding on to the past rather than the present, his new single envelops the emotive lyrics with a mix of a breezy West-Coast mood and 70s rock. Taken from his album “Ginseng Hourglass”, it’s the ethereal, easygoing vibe, retro rock guitar solo and airy vocals that gives this rich tune a carefree bounce.

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Music History

Vanessa Amorosi – “Absolutely Everybody”

From her album “The Power” (2000):

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New Music

Olly Murs – “Dancing On Cars”

From his album “Marry Me” (2022):

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