In The Spotlight

Miya Miya – “Underwater”

The four members of this British band started making music together after meeting at university. Having grown up listening to bands like Fleetwood Mac and Queen, they combined those classic influences with contemporary artists such as Imagine Dragons and The Chainsmokers. They started as a songwriting and production team, most notably with “All Night Long” by Jonas Blue & Retrovision.

Stepping into the limelight themselves, their debut single sparkles with luscious pop sensibilities. First teasing the senses with a mellow vibe, the chorus bursts out in an anthemic explosion of thrilling grooves. With glittering electronic elements, scintillating synths and a bouncy bassline, these rippling soundwaves allow the emotive vocal harmonies to surf effortlessly on the auditory swell.

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Music History

Little River Band – “Help Is On Its Way”

From their album “Diamantina Cocktail” (1977):

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New Music

Maya Killtron – “Fired Up”

From her upcoming EP “Fired Up”, to be released on 15 April 2020:

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In The Spotlight

Andy Jordan – “It’s Complicated”

Initially finding fame through the reality TV show “Made In Chelsea”, this London-based British singer, songwriter and entrepreneur, is most at home creating music, which he has been doing since he was a teenager. Influenced by the likes of Chet Baker, Sam Cooke and Melody Gardot, he’s developed a delicious blend of pop, jazz, blues and soul. He released his debut single “Whole Lot Of Water” in 2013.

Indulging in a honeyed, laid-back jazz style, his new single feels like a comforting warmth on a chilly evening. With mellow keys and his nectarous vocals, the song has a rich, organic feel. When the smooth rhythm and sleek guitars join in, it turns into an ear-stroking delight. Singing about the complexity of our relationship with ourselves, it’s contemplative and honest with a touch of aural romance.

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Music History

Teena Marie – “Robbery”

From her album “Robbery” (1983):

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New Music

Swayday – “Thank You”

Blending infectious neon pop with a funky vibe, this is the new single by Swedish quintet Swayday:

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