Fall is nearing, but there are a handful of artists in this week’s New Music Monday playlist who can’t seem to shake the summer vibes.
From Röyksopp and Susanne Sundfør‘s “Never Ever” to Pat Lok‘s “Let Me Show You In,” along with a slew of others, there’s a dance party in the making.
Right up there on that list is Tritonal‘s upbeat melodic “Running Into Me,” from their just-released album Painting with Dreams.
But if you’re feeling on the more mellower side, you should give a listen to Teeth & Tongue‘s “Do Harm,” “Ride to Die,” by The Shallows, “I Still Wonder,” by The Chain Gang of 1974, and Psychic Twin‘s “Running in the Dark,” from their debut album Strange Diary.
Click the playlist below for 29 new tracks, which also includes Elohim, Oliver, FRENSHIP, Rameses B and more!
As we take a day to honor those who died serving in our country’s armed forces, it’s likely we’ll enjoy a get-together with friends or family.
And nothing accompanies gatherings with loved ones quite like the perfect soundtrack in the background.
This week, I found 21 new songs that are sure to keep your day bright.
Dragonette, Tritonal, Purple Disco Machine, What So Not, Fifth Harmony and a slew of additional artists each released fresh material that you will love! See what I mean with the playlist below:
If you need more than just a large cup of black coffee to get you going on this rainy-turned-disappointingly-sunny Monday, I’ve got just the fix!
My 18-song selection for this week’s New Music Monday is totally upbeat and perfect for putting you in the mood for a positive work week.
Carly Rae Jepsen teamed up with one of my favorite acts The Knocks on “Love Me Like That,” Tinashe and her consistently sexy vocals shine on “Ride of Your Life,” Don Diablo‘s remix of Birdy‘s “Keeping Your Head Up” will have you on your feet and Me & My Toothbrush impresses yet again with their signature disco-infused sound on “Living for the Moment.”
Click the playlist below for the full list, which also includes Autograf, Fifth Harmony, Rameses B, Tritonal, Way Out West, Pr0files and – blast from the past – Mya!
Wow, this is one of the best New Music Mondays I have encountered in quite some time!
For starters, Hortlax Cobra‘s “I’m Still Here,” featuring Ane Brun is the gem of the week. John Eriksson of Peter Bjorn and John is the mastermind behind this act, which is named after the area of Sweden in which he was raised.
For the nu-disco-lovin’ lady (or gent) like myself, Gigamesh‘s “The Music” is like the best thing ever. I can’t stop listening to its melodic goodness. Then you have Tove Styrke‘s super catchy “Number One” for the indie-pop fans.
And for those EDM lovers, Borgore teamed up with Addison for “School Daze,” while Just a Gent brings you “Driftless Spirits,” Oliver Heldens has “Melody,” and Tritonal and Cash Cash came out with “Untouchable.” Rest assured, none of these are too bass-heavy.
I am also super stoked for new Wilkinson. If you even slightly enjoy drum n bass, Wilkinson is like the ultimate. Super melodic, easy-on-the-ears kind of sound. I’ve been a huge fan for years.
Give a listen below for 20 fresh tracks, which also include Ghost Loft, Metric, Disclosure, Elliphant, Powers and Oh Wonder.