Songs of the Week 225: July 21 – July 27

chris larocca#5. Chris LaRocca – Dice Out

Those distorted vocals get me erry time.

hwls#4. HWLS Feat. Trapo – Shade Of

Trapo has such a distinctive voice, that even without seeing the artist on Spotify during my weekly discovery session, I knew exactly who it was the moment it began. HWLS is a newcomer to me though…

dirty radio#3. Dirty Radio – Who

Another solid, easy-listening track from Dirty Radio’s recent release. Album is really growing on me with time.

caius#2. Caius Feat. Eauxmar – Away From You

Caius is an artist who is shooting up my charts fast. Each release is unique and genre-bending.

vlush#1. Vlush – Linden Hills

The final stop on the Vlush tour is another short track, Linden Hills. I think this is the last stop anyway… there are a few more gems from Who 250, but not sure they’ll make the cut unless we have some really soft weeks in the near future. That said, I don’t foresee anything topping this album for me in 2019.

Songs of the Week 224: July 14 – July 20

russell louder#5. Russell Louder – Light of the Moon

London Garden lite is how Russell Louder comes across to me. Same sorta vibes, but not quite as anthemic. More of a subtle, indie pop undertone.

hero#4. Hero – Dirty Work

I meant to post this one last week and completely forgot. Ahh, the perils of the Spotify world and how easy it is to add a song to your favorites list. Love the electro-grime chorus.

sub-radio#3. Sub-Radio – Dreamcatcher

What started out as another “ya whatever, another poppy-sounding boy band” has burrowed it’s way into my brain and now I cannot stop singing the disgustingly happy-go-lucky chorus of Dreamcatcher. There’s something addictive about really well written catchy pop-chorus.

dirty radio#2. Dirty Radio Feat. Mogul – All That I’ve Become

My favorite track from Dirty Radio’s Pleasure release.

vlush#1. Vlush – 98 Degrees

I typically have a hard and fast rule that no songs can be shorter than 2 minutes. Well vlush has destroyed that rule, with not one but two of his sub-2 minute tracks sitting on repeat within my summer playlist.