In The Spotlight

Alexis Taylor – “Bend The Truth”

Born to songwriting parents, this Canadian country-pop songstress grew up with a passion for lyricism and acoustic guitar. Now based in Nashville, she embarked on a tour through Scandinavia in 2016 as opening act for famed singer/songwriter Doug Seegers. Her debut single “Blame The Whiskey” earned her the award for Female Vocalist Of The Year at the Tennessee Music Awards in 2018.

Starting off with a playful guitar riff to prime your eardrums for the musical treat that is to follow, her new single oozes pure country charm. With a driving rhythm, crisp steel guitar and plenty of added twang generating an ear-pleasing, slightly retro-dipped melody, it’s her dazzling vocals, glistening on the soundwaves, that give it a warm buzz and make it honest, infectious and heartfelt.

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Music History

Plain White T’s – “Boomerang”

From their album “Wonders Of The Younger” (2010):

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New Music

Mandy Moore – “When I Wasn’t Watching”

Returning after a 10 year hiatus, this autumnal tune is the new single by singer, songwriter and actress Mandy Moore:

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In The Spotlight

Noah Proudfoot & The Botanicals – “Wild One”

Hailing from Asheville, this singer and songwriter put his Major in Creative Writing to good use when creating expressive and inspirational lyrics. His debut album “Sing Sweet World” was released as a solo act in 2016. The formation of the band enabled them to create a soul/rock sound inspired by 70s Traffic and modern Tame Impala. They released their first 5-track EP “Travel Light” in 2018.

Giving contemporary indie-rock a refreshing bath in 70s-scented bubbles, their new single is lathered in rejuvenating effervescence. With a guitar-heavy, ethereal soundscape of infectious percussion and sparkling synths creating a vintage melodic trip, it’s the shimmering vocals conveying the lyrical story and the exquisite instrumental breaks, which make this lively stand-out jam truly shine.

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Music History

Alison Moyet – “Solid Wood”

From her album “Singles” (1995):

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New Music

Rick Astley – “Every One Of Us”

From his upcoming album “The Best Of Me”, to be released on 25 October 2019:

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