#5. S.G. Lewis – Warm
One of S.G. Lewis’ oldest tracks has recently become one of my favs. Love the effects given to his vocals.
#4. Tiana Major9 Feat. Earthgang – Collide
Sometimes you just want a nice song. Collide gives off a strong sense of nostalgia.
#3. Girl Ray – Girl
Girl Ray make the kind of music that is just bound to be stuck in your head for days. Every one of their tracks has a happy-go-lucky catchy feel to it that sticks with you well after your first listen.
#2. Garcons – Moonlight
Goddamn these guys… with each passing release I’m more and more into this weird, funky blend of hip hop, pop and dance. They’ve quickly catapulted to the top of my “must see” list. Do yourself a favor and listen to their recent album release Be Human.
#1. Monsune – Mountain
Another artist that has gone way up my list of must see bands. Like Garcons, his recent album release is glorious. Mountain starts off a bit slow, but it’s well worth the late, with a sound that harkens back to a romantic sitcom TV opening or something.
#5. Lani Rose – Warm Blanket
You def need headphones for this one… else you’re missing out on probably the coolest part of the track.
#4. Mitchell Yard Feat. Pasquinel – You Know What’s Up
Straight out of the early 90s rnb scene, this feels like a Next track blended with some TLC.
#3. Above & Beyond Feat. Seven Lions & Opposite The Other – See The End
Makers of some of the most consistently-uplifting electronica music ever, Above & Beyond have another feel-good hit in See The End.
#2. Girl Ray – Show Me More
More catchy guitar-driven pop rock (which seemed to be the soup de jour for the last week or two), this time courtesy of Girl Ray.
#1. Joseph of Mercury – Pretenders
Right on cue we have another entry into our catchy guitar pop. If that chorus doesn’t get you boppin you aren’t human.