12 New Music Discoveries – September 2022

HOW U FEELIN – Naomi Wild, Tempest

Naomi Wild and Tempest have collaborated before on ‘So Gone’, and this time they bring back soothing sounds with ‘HOW U FEELIN’. The song refers to problems in relationships, all whilst channelling breezy instrumentals.

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Luminescence – Vloski

Labelled on Spotify as ‘Listen to this at 3am in your car’, ‘Luminescence’ paints a tranquil scene similar to the image above. A fuse of colours produced by Vloski, generating nothing but chilled sounds.

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Let Me Go – Alic Adams, Paizley

‘Let Me Go’ from Alic Adams takes quick tempo R&B to a new level. A crisp beat from beginning to end. A mellifluous conversation between singers. A continuous but never boring modern twist on the cooling production.

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putting a spin on i won’t go home without you – Egg

The beauty of the control Egg has over her voice is something initial you’ll notice, but how this control leads to powerful balladry on ‘putting a spin on i won’t go home without you’ is particularly inspiring.

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Ready 2 Go – Jiselle

Jiselle showcases a high vocal range throughout ‘Ready 2 Go’, giving the song a really upbeat feel. There’s nothing repetitive here, interlacing the music between English and Korean lyrics, adding sprinkles of 80s production on top.

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Chicago – CCOSMO

Packed with emotion, ‘Chicago’ has a warmness to it. Singer-songwriter CCOSMO guides with his vehement voice until the instrumental fades out elegantly. Each segment of the song is fun and enjoyable.

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Liar – Daisy the Great

Ahead of their album release ‘All You Need Is Time’ and North American tour, indie duo ‘Daisy The Great’ gave us ‘Liar’. In this release feelings of frustration, self-consciousness and disingenuity are broadcasted especially via vocals and production.

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Lost in the Conversation – TEDDY TRILLION

Short ‘Lost in the Conversation’ may be, but the verses roll off the tongue like poetry. Meanwhile, the vocals carry observations and interpretations in the form of smartly configured language and imagery. A heavy beat is the focus towards the end.

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Memory One – Beverly Kills

Straight off of the quartet’s new album ‘Kaleido’, ‘Memory One’ stands out to me. The vocals fade into the chime of the instrumental, yet still remain in the spotlight. There’s something so unique that Beverly Kills have created here.

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Not My Job – FLO

Lush harmonies and a strong vocal hold on the melody is what makes ‘Not My Job’. The melodious trio FLO say their aim is to ’empower’ and through such cogent lyricism it’s clear they have done just that.

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Holding on to You – Hardcastle

There’s something so natural about every aspect of ‘Holding on to You’ from Hardcastle. As soon as the chorus hits it transmits a wave of great instrumental that reveals more context surrounding the title of the song.

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You Ruined Love – Beth McCarthy

Within the September EP of Beth McCarthy, there are three singles and one non-single called ‘You ruined love’. With quick-tempo verses, choruses and a bridge, momentum is built and successfully fulfilled in each.

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