12 New Musical Discoveries – February 2022

Hearts And Minds —> Pillow Queens

Pillow Queens

Irish Rock band Pillow Queens released a catchy melody last month with Hearts and Minds, ready for their highly anticipated album Leave The Light On which is set to be released this year. Hearts and Minds is a fantastic choice for a single in my opinion, containing captivating instrumentals and lyrics.

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Disinfection —> Kiki

A heavily electronic tune was released in February by anonymous musician kiki. The song is purely instrumental, and is a fascinating listen made up of mysterious sounding instruments.

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Take You Here —> ESSEL

I love electronic music, especially House music, and ESSEL has blessed my ears with her new single Take You Here which is bound to get stuck in your head, combining complex beats with a melodic leading tune.

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CLOUD 9 —> Mel Pacifico

I cannot stress how underrated this song is by Canadian R&B singer Mel Pacifico. With silky production and velvety vocals, she creates a soothing atmosphere. On top of this the lyrics have such an angelic feel to them, reflecting the title of the song.

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Any Day Now —> SPICE

Californian rock band SPICE released their single Any Day Now in February, a song that puts emphasis on strong compelling instrumentals and powerful vocals.

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M.Lonely —> Elephant Stone

Psych-pop group Elephant Stone express an enchanting sound with their single M.Lonely, which is apart of their recent EP Le Voyage De M.Lonely De Dans Le Lune.

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NO APOLOGY —-> Kilo Kish

Spotify success Kilo Kish presents her fans with an upbeat melody NO APOLOGY. The blend of electronica and pop here is gorgeous, not to mention the lustrous vocals.

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When We Were Kings —> Woolfy

Normally British Musician Woolfy, also known as Simon James, goes for a more electronic indie dance feel on his songs, however he delves into singer-songwriter mode with his latest single When We Were Kings, which is inspired by his musical hero David Bowie.

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Late Night Calls —> Imogen Mahdavi

London singer Imogen Mahdavi releases her first heartbreak anthem with Late Night Calls. Her unusual voice dominates this dreamy song, surrounded by a wide range of instruments and overall amazing production.

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Forget Me Nots —> Lucy Feliz

Brighton based Alt-Pop musician Lucy Feliz puts a 90s Indie spin on Forget Me Nots, showcasing strong yet soft vocals and jangly guitar sounds and therefore creating an folkish, guitar-based atmosphere.

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see you soon —> OuiOui

South Korean Pop Soul Indie Pop duo Oui Oui, formed in 2018, released a harmonising piece last month entitled see you soon, which exhibits a Destiny’s Child vibe.

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Touching Sky —> Lights And Motions

Swedish cinematic musical project Lights And Motion, founded by Christoffer Franzen, released their atmospheric single Touching Sky last month. The song has a soaring instrumental, and an extremely filmic energy to it.

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