In The Spotlight

Cassidy Mann – “Fine”

Growing up in Winnipeg, this native-Canadian singer and songwriter has been singing since she could talk. She started performing aged 6 and playing the guitar aged 8. Part of the Indigenous Sagkeeng First Nation community, she incorporates her storytelling culture into her music. Influenced by Leela Gilday, Lisa Loeb and Taylor Swift, she debuted her wistful folk-pop sound on “Honestly” in 2019.

Starting with a simple rhythm and crisp synth chords, her new single is an ascending slice of sonic satisfaction. Taken from her upcoming debut EP “If It’s Not Forever”, expected on April 1st, she adds a luscious, cinematic indie-rock touch, giving the melody a rich flavor. And with her intimate, bewitching vocals telling her story about heartbreak, this is a stunning tune that is more than fine.

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Music History

Toto – “I’ll Supply The Love”

From their album “Toto” (1978):

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New Music

Little Boots – “Crying On The Inside”

From her upcoming album “Tomorrow’s Yesterdays”, to be released on 18 March 2022:

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In The Spotlight

Kristofer Greczula – “Something Outta Nothing (Blah Blah Blah)”

When he was 14 years young, this Swedish singer and songwriter was the nations number one table-tennis player. Not finding happiness in the world of sport, he turned to music instead. Drawing inspiration from the musicality of Prince and the fashion sense of Lady Gaga, he developed his flamboyant style. He debuted his Beatle-esque sound on “You’re Not Alone (Aldrig Ensam)” in 2017.

Although written when he felt particularly lost and alone, he created his new single outta nothing and filled it with frolicsome vibes. Taken from his upcoming debut album “Live And Let Live”, expected on February 25th, it starts with Mika-reminiscent, whimsical piano chords. And with an added effervescent rhythm and joyous harmonies, this infectious groove is filled with cheerfulness and pizzazz.

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Music History

Jennifer Love Hewitt – “BareNaked”

From her album “BareNaked” (2002):

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New Music

Ben Rector – “Living My Best Life”

From his upcoming album “The Joy Of Music”, to be released on 11 March 2022:

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