#5. Anabel Englund – London Headache
Is there such a thing as a quiet banger? A subtle dance anthem? Cause that’s the vibe I get from Anabel Englund’s latest. Something that doesn’t quite belong on any club set, but is still so perfect for a dance party.
#4. Steven Christopher – Stay
My intro to Steven Christopher came in the form of Stay and… needless to say, it only took the first four lines of the track to know it was making this week’s list.
#3. Margaux Avril – Soon
Love this. Love a good chorus. Another artist who I’m brand new to… reminds me a lot of the sounds from Trella who was featured a few weeks back.
#2. Henry Green – Real
I dig Henry Green. Like, really dig him. Real is the first track (I believe) that he’s shared from his upcoming EP and, like everything else he’s released… it’s a downtempo gem.
#1. Annabel Jones – Stay
Well how about that. We have two tracks this week with the name Stay, and we have two artists this week with the first name An(n)abel. That’s fun. What else is fun? This track right here. A nice mix of pop and electro-dance.
#5. Allan Rayman – Much Too Much
Allan Rayman has a very distinctive sound, which can be a blessing or a curse. While you can argue that a lot of Allan’s songs sound somewhat similar, the production and beats for a lot of his stand out tracks are gorgeous and catchy. This track no different, which a really cool, “tv drama set in NYC during the early 60s” feel to it.
#4. Taka Perry Feat. Jimmy Davis – Fishy
This track’s first verse blows me away. It’s clever and catchy. I’m a bit let down after the first drop, but not enough to keep me from hitting repeat.
#3. Young Summer – Heart In Slo Mo
Young Summer is on quite the tear. Every new track she’s released this past year finds it’s way onto my playlist. Heart In Slo Mo is, in my humble opinion, not the strongest of her releases… but that says more about how goddamn amazing her past few tracks were.
#2. Warbly Jets – Alive
Catchy power-rock from Warbly Jets with their debut track, Alive. Straight goodness from start to finish here.
#1. Sigma Feat. Birdy – Find Me
The song perhaps more famous for who stars in it’s music video (someone from the Netflix show Stranger Things… I don’t know, I haven’t watched it), Find Me is an awesome anthemic progressive house-feeling track from Sigma with lovely vocals from Birdy. I typically only post videos if I cannot find a Soundcloud link, but definitely go give this video a shot as it really gives the song another gear.