12 New Music Discoveries – June 2023

Planet Eyes – Ciinema

Alt pop project Ciinema introduce us to their sound with debut ‘Planet Eyes’, a hazy tune lead by smooth vocals. And the instrumental is well thought out too, involving a range of hypnotic synths.

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This City Is A Graveyard – Baby Storme

Baby Storme is onto her third single of the year, presenting us with an expressive tune; ‘This City Is A Graveyard’. Despite the dark theme of the lyrics, the melody is upbeat, appearing almost trance-like at the chorus.

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Comme Avant – Gracie Convert

Contemporary R&B artist Gracie Convert takes us in multiple melodic directions with ‘Comme Avant’. Sleek vocals glide through an unfixed tune, as lyrics like ‘don’t know what this is, but it wasn’t love’ leave us thinking about this complex relationship Convert is describing.

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Someday – SMILEZ

Apart of his new album ‘Ur in My World’, quick-tempo melody ‘Someday’ is one of the latest on SMILEZ’s discography. The Los Angeles musician crafts something fun and commercial, but also authentic enough to attract all types of listeners.

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Violence – Forest Claudette

I could listen to Forest Claudette’s paradisal voice all day long, no matter the song. ‘Violence’ showcases these vocals at their best, providing polished harmonies and mellifluence. And when hand in hand with heartfelt lyrics, we can hear pure emotion being pushed to the forefront.

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Hideaway – Out Run

Out Run’s third single ‘Hideaway’ has a charming instrumental to guide a beautiful train of vocals. The euphoric beat never gets boring, alongside lyrics that describe an intense type of escapism.

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Electronic Lover – EL

Mixing modern electronica and late 70s disco beats, Helsinki trio EL establish a retro robotic sound for their debut single ‘Electronic Lover.’ And within this multi-genre melody, the group describe the complexities of love and how it is misunderstood.

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Colors of Suspension – Peter Lake

Anonymous singer-songwriter Peter Lake has not long released his single ‘Colors of Suspension’, where he puts life in perspective with shapes and colours. The song flows freely with little structure but a great deal of imagination.

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Coffee Shop – flowerovlove

18 year old musician flowerovlove has been on the music scene for three years now. Her new release ‘Coffee Shop’ issues a beautifully developed baseline beneath syncopated drums. The chorus of this catchy indie-pop tune will no doubt remain in your head for days.

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Into The Blue – Gal Musette

Gal Musette ventures into a whole new atmosphere with her latest melody ‘Into The Blue’. With layered synths and textured vocals, the singer-songwriter takes the indie-folk genre to new levels of bliss.

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Final Version – Gold Record

This avant-garde piece by Gold Record furnishes distorted sounds and a futuristic flair. The vocals are husky and potent, moving vigorously with the instrumental to create a truly entrancing melody.

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Sailor – Alexander Grandjean

Alexander Grandjean never fails to add this unique calming quality to his music, often inspired by nature. And if we’re feeling metaphorical, you could say that ‘Sailor’ has an oceanic feeling. It’s no secret that Grandjean’s latest song puts a refreshing spin on modern acoustic pop.

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