12 New Music Discoveries – September 2023

Thief – Emily Nicole Green

New York City based singer-songwriter Emily Nicole Green provides immense soul in her latest single ‘Thief’. The song showcases her wide vocal range through passionate tones, accompanied by impactful lyrics like ‘But you didn’t break me, only I can do that.’

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Dopamine – Primovere

Eight piece group Primovere paint a dreamy atmosphere on ‘Dopamine’. The vocals have a warmth to them that hooks us right from the very beginning, as well as a fantastic instrumental that adds to the addictiveness of the melody.

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The Winter Of Our Discontent – Edoardo Gastaldi and Davide Fasiello

As part of the charity album ‘Keys for Peace’, neoclassical musicians Edoardo Gastaldi and Davide Fasiello collaborated to create the elegant melody of ‘The Winter Of Our Discontent’. The beautiful blend of an intricately construed tempo and the delicate arrangement of its pitch come together to create something truly wonderful.

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Mona’s Song – Melyssa Lee

Canadian folk/acoustic artist Melyssa Lee brings an emotive kind of intimacy to ‘Mona’s Song’. Crafting it around the persona of Mona, a person who inspires, Lee adds an angelic quality to the song that listeners just won’t be able to resist.

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Things That We Do – Ella Holly

New pop artist on the scene Ella Holly brings great energy to her debut single ‘Things That We Do’. The tune is immensely catchy, with a hook that will remain in your head for days. With an impressive music video to go with it, Holly has really showcased her wide vocal range and fantastic rhythm with ‘Things That We Do’.

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Embrace the Chaos – Brandon Hunt

‘Embrace the Chaos’ by alternative pop musician Brandon Hunt contains colossal invigoration and momentum. The singer structures it so well, unveiling the best of the instrumental, vocals and melody in all the right places.

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Salvia – BE:FIRST and SKY-HI

Featuring versatile vocals and an addictive melody, Seven-piece boy group BE:FIRST and Japanese rapper, singer and dancer SKY-HI present us with ‘Salvia’. The song has a brilliant refreshing energy to it that fans won’t be able to get enough of.

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Legends of Oceans – Antonio Delvanni

‘Legends of Oceans’ from Antonio Delvanni’s album ‘Soul Tide Deluxe’ consists of soulful vocals and soothing sounds, which come together to produce an passionate quality that encapsulates the melody.

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deep – Devon Again

Devon Again has just dropped her fantastically produced tune ‘deep’. The atmosphere is ever-changing as the singer takes us through an impressive array of lyrics that tell us she is in denial of a situation being something more meaningful.

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Inertia – Liam Phan

Swiss composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Liam Phan hits us right away with doses of melancholy as ‘Inertia’ begins. He uses a careful amount of changes in pitch, timbre and tempo to demonstrate feelings of immense hope and total destruction, as well as feelings that are somewhere in between.

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Beds Of Stone – Austel

There’s a fine line between power and delicacy when it comes to songs like ‘Beds Of Stone’ by Austel. The London-based artist, songwriter and producer provides us with incredibly produced sounds and beautifully sung vocals that together form a dreamy atmosphere you can’t help but fall in love with.

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Touch Me – Toria

Multi-genre musician Toria builds a fascinating instrumental throughout ‘Touch Me’ that coincides with the strength and uniqueness we hear in her vocals. I was hooked right from the very beginning, but towards the end we hear everything flow just perfectly.

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