12 New Music Discoveries – July 2023

Wristwatch And Dollar Signs – Baby Molly

Already their most populous hit, Baby Molly’s ‘Wristwatch And Dollar Signs’ is a tune that zips along, with sinister vocals and lyrics (I need your money and your time). It’s easy to get lost in such a rich melody.

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Lovers to Strangers – Abby Carroll

Singer-songwriter Abby Carroll has not long released her sixth single ‘Lovers to Strangers’, unleashing an emotive vocal tone that drives the melody. Alongside these vocals is a versatile instrumental, including dramatic and soft tones.

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Sending a Song – Eric Myers

‘Sending a Song’ by composer and songwriter Eric Myers has a unique delicacy to it. The instrumental is furnished with church organ and acoustic sounds, while the tune experiments with the ever-changing tempo.

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When Night Falls – CØLDSTAR

‘When Night Falls’ by Swiss duo CØLDSTAR invites us to hear deep dark vocals and modern, almost robotic production. It feels like being in a pure electronic paradise, topped with electrifying galactic sounds.

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Bones – Mermaid Avenue

Unique vocal tones and an eclectic instrumental make up ‘Bones’ by Mermaid Avenue. The song has a storytelling inflection, specifically speaking on the feeling of longing to fix a broken relationship.

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Yellow Butterflies – Jeanette Nair

‘Yellow Butterflies’ opens with an energising intro, soon launching unusual vocals and an animated melody. Jeanette Nair knows just how to sync these vital elements of the song with its vigorous production.

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Summer Song – Nuntio ft Anabel Mae

Faroese Christian group Nuntio and singer-songwriter/guitarist Anabel Mae deliver seasonal joy with their lively collaboration ‘Summer Song’. Such fresh modern production and soul-stirring vocals together make for exhilarating melody.

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Miss Me Yet? – Jastin Martin

Houston-based artist Jastin Martin brought luscious vocals and smooth production to her latest hit ‘Miss Me Yet?’. Together these elements create a sleek melody that grabs the attention of listeners right from the beginning until the very end.

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Hip Neck Spine – Daphne Guinness

Daphne Guinness asks if we can ‘feel the rhythm’ on her recent single ‘Hip Neck Spine’. The song is bound to turn heads, releasing unique sounds whilst also being dramatic in all the correct places.

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Where Is My Mind? – CLOVES

Australian musician CLOVES builds an absorbing atmosphere in ‘Where Is My Mind?’. The song yields a placid instrumental and subtle tune that work unitedly to allow striking vocals to take the spotlight.

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Life Is Dumb – Girl Group

Feminist project Girl Group make a statement with their debut single ‘Life Is Dumb’. Inclusive of just the right amount of satire and anecdotes, this impressive new melody is refreshingly commercial.

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Too High – Creature Canyon

A guitar guides the addictive tune of ‘Too High’ by San Diego group Creature Canyon. The band’s summer melody is bound to get stuck in your head for days, your mind repeating the lyrics Would you hold my hand? I could die.

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