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Jordan Esker & the Hundred Percent are back with their new EP, Normalcy. The four track bundle is described as soft rock but after a quick listen, it’s quite easy to hear why attempting to classify their sound is rather futile. JE & the 100% clearly are making music with no holds barred and frankly, it’s refreshing to hear.

Every great musician is filled with mystery and secrets. Many confess to their conundrums through songwriting and subtlety. Enjune’s latest single does just that. His third release “YELLOW HEARTS” dives into the internal dilemma of being in love with a dear friend, while struggling to find the appropriate time to disclose the extent of feelings of desire. His latest released as a story untold, kept nearest to himself, and expressed through gentle, but pronounced vocals. Accompanied by a powerful bed of instrumentation, Enjune showcases his dynamic talent and vulnerability to tell his stories.

“EVERY SO OFTEN A PERSON COMES ALONG IN LIFE THAT INSPIRES YOU TO BE FILLED WITH JOY AND PURPOSE BASED ON HOW THEY CARRY THEMSELVES. SOMETIMES WE CAN’T HELP BUT DEVELOP STRONG FEELINGS FOR THEM. DO YOU TELL THEM HOW YOU TRULY FEEL? DO YOU BURY THE FEELINGS TO PRESERVE THE FRIENDSHIP? DO YOU HOLD OUT AND WAIT TO TELL THEM IN HOPES OF THEM IN HOPES OF A CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCES THAT MAKE A RELATIONSHIP MORE REALISTIC?” – ENJUNE

As a Fresh Find feature on Spotify for his previous release ‘Fuck Me Up’, this is an artist you will not want to miss.

Alternative music is on the rise and a newly emerging artist is looking to make his mark. Enjune is creating a truly unique listening experience filled with haunting vocals and gritty instrumentals. His new single “Fuck Me Up” perfectly ebbs and flows between the lines of heavy & heartfelt masochism. A hint of feigned regret helps weave this sultry & psychedelic daydream, one which savors the taste of poisonous lips.

Fresh off their latest single “City Kitty,” featured as one of Spotify’s Fresh Finds, the French Cassettes release a new single “Sunday Soda.” The San Francisco based band continues to bring a fun bright sound that has all the makings of dance rock bliss.

Chase McBride’s painterly folk is imbued with pop optimism, his sense for rhythm and melody, and his gentle voice. Easily slip away to a celestial reality with his new single “Headlights,” recorded in a cabin-esque compound in the hills of Los Angles. McBride’s sense of retro musicality, combined with his playful lyricism, make for something truly unique and inspiring.

This marks the third single from what seems to be an upcoming album from the singer songwriter.

 

It has been three years since indie rock band the French Cassettes released an album. Today, they have finally graced the world with their brand new single “City Kitty” leading up to their 7″ album release. The track is a motown pop smash that will have your toes tapping and hips shaking along to the soothing vocals and catchy bass line. Be sure to grab your pre order of the album here.

With his latest NVDES release, the LA based producer, has created an entire new lane for himself. The gritty rock inspired single “Ou LA LA LA (All Eyes on Us)” is reminiscent of a 60’s summer anthem meeting modern dance music.

I think I definitely speak for the US-based writers at Discobelle when I say that I’m absolutely too stuffed with food from this past weekend to be really effective at my day job, and while I’m trying, I feel disgustingly sluggish and fatter than my normal self. With that being said, we’re getting some big help with some of the great music being thrown our way, especially with this fantastic premiere we have with MIKLO.

Comprising of Kyle Setter, Chris Garcia, and Pablo Garcia, the three make music that blends influences from rock with electronic sounds, making them sound like a blend between The Weeknd and The Neighbourhood. The Nashville based trio are looking to change the game, and if “P.E.O.P.L.E.” is any indication, they just might make it in this crazy music world.

On the track, they mention- “P.E.O.P.L.E. is an honest song that gets straight to the point and we didn’t want to waste time voicing that. The saying “people spending money they don’t have on things they don’t need to impress people they don’t know” perfectly depicts what this song is about and we’re not about that.”

Check out the track below.