In The Spotlight

LUNAFALL – “Change My Mind”

Hailing from Birmingham, this British trio has exploded onto the music scene with their genre-transcending sound. Consisting of Joel Darkes, Dave Bright and Darius Franklin, they’ve been touring with their electric live show across the UK and Europe and had their music featured on BBC Introducing. With their high-energy blend of pop and rock, they debuted with “Knock Me Down” in 2017.

Combining contemporary pop elements with a retro rock capped tune, their new single scales the peaks of their invigorating soundscape. Ascending from a delightfully mellow verse to the punchy indie-dipped chorus, it travels all over the sonic spectrum and highlights the finest bits it has to offer. And with their lush harmonious dual vocals topping the infectious melody, this is pop/rock at its best.

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Music History

Jennifer Rush – “Heart Over Mind”

From her album “Heart Over Mind” (1987):

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New Music

The Script – “Something Unreal”

From their upcoming album “Sunsets & Full Moons”, to be released on 8 November 2019:

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In The Spotlight

Alyza – “Don’t Ya”

Born as Elisa Critti Kronholm, this Swedish vocalist, songwriter and producer grew up with a love for music and performing and, at the age of 14, realized she had a talent for it. Years of music studies followed, in which she honed her songwriting skills. She is a true independent artist, who handles her own management and releases her perky soul & funk blend through her own record label.

First teasing with a bouncy bass and some dashing drums, her debut single soon shows its true funkalicious nature. Bursting with riveting horns, blazing their bustling vibes all over the melody and creating a rousing retro feel, this funky tune is overflowing with an excess of exuberance. And with an added lavishness of her spirited, soul-soaked vocals tickling the senses, this is a high-energy funky gem.

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Music History

John Legend – “Number One”

From his album “Get Lifted” (2004):

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New Music

Dua Lipa – “Don’t Start Now”

Adding modern elements to a funky disco tune, this is the new single by British songstress Dua Lipa:

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