Songs of the Week 190: November 18 – November 24

Processed with MOLDIV#5. Lyves – Tell Me That You Feel It Too

New track from a much blogged about favorite of mine. Frankly, I’m surprised she’s not a bigger deal in the music world yet…

allan rayman#4. Allan Rayman – Might Get Strange

Wasn’t really into Allan Rayman’s new album, but I do think Might Get Strange is worth some solid airtime. Latin flavors and just catchy enough to have been on repeat all week.

talladega#3. Talladega – Voodoo Baby

With just 5 followers and 500ish plays on Soundcloud, Talladega are true newcomers to the music scene. Gotta say, they’ve got the catchy lyrics thing down. Kind of track that I can totally see making it onto radio.

suns up#2. Suns Up – Stay

Bit of a throwback track to classic rock, Stay is the newest release from another Soundcloud newbie.

lais#1. Lais – Focus

If you’ve heard Lais before, this track will not surprise you. It’s classic Lais at his best.

Songs of the Week 140: November 19 – November 25

command#5. Command – Cowboy Killer

If you are looking for a new artist with a pretty unique sound, Command may be your thing.  Only two tracks to check out (on Soundcloud anyway), but can’t say I’ve heard anything like it in a while.

brett#4. Brett – California Nights

Good ol easy-listening pop rock always has a place on my playlist. Been really enjoying all the stuff from Brett after hearing their new release Mustangs EPCalifornia Nights is not from that EP, but instead a EP released last year.

AllanRayman#3. Allan Rayman – Go My Way

Allan Rayman comes out in this one sounding like he’s Kurt Cobain singing on Nevermind. Bit o’ grime and a bit o’ country.

jordan bratton2#2. Jordan Bratton – Sunsets

Chorus just slays on this one. Love it so much.

the ramona flowers#1. The Ramona Flowers – Strangers

Been a while since I’ve come across a track that gives me an uncontrollable urge to dance. Enter The Ramona Flowers and Strangers. Honestly that robot voice hook is what has me addicted to this track. I really really wish they’d kept it going throughout instead of just making it a feature in the first two verses. It’s disgustingly catchy.