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The Curators New Music 6ix Weekly Picks are here!!
Every week our music curators look to discover SIX up in coming artists you should be listening to.
Black + White TV – ‘Finally With Her’
Genre: Alternative Rock
Sounds like: : Green Day, Blink 182, Bayside, Alkaline trio…
Located in: : Seattle
Black + White TV moves in the direction of an unconventional alt-rock love song. ‘Finally With Her’ confesses the struggles that two lovers face when shedding their individual identities to become a unity. The song features Danica Dye, a dynamic vocalist, who at 21 years old has a voice and musical chops far beyond her age.
Moonbeams : Fulton Lee
It’s as if a cool breeze just swept over summer at dusk. That’s what I feel like when I listen to this tune with sympathetic harmonies and addictive candy like vocals. Fulton Lee combines stanky groove with colorful pop melodies to create a sound dubbed “Bubblegum Funk”
Heavy AmericA – Crushed
Music Genre:: Rock
Located in: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Boston Rock Band Heavy AmericA Crushed steps outside the box with a sexy vibe. The newest single ‘Crushed’ from Heavy AmericA is a classic tale of becoming infatuated with someone who doesn’t even know you exist.
Alan Garmonsway – This Will Always Be Our Song
Genre: Adult Contemporary, Indie Folk
Sounds like: : Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon, Richard Thompson, Greg Lake
Located in: : Newbury, UK
The new single, ‘This Will Always Be Our Song’ by UK songwriter Alan Garmonsway is steeped in emotion and feeling – straight from the heart.
As the title suggests, it struck me that many of our relationships in life are defined and remembered by one special song, often so personal to you at that time and place. Whether it brings back memories of getting together, splitting up or just living life, ‘This Will Always Be Our Song’ captures that moment of reflection and memories.
Cabela and Schmitt – As I Am
Sounds like: : Barry White, Teddy Pendergrass, Al Green
Located in: : Nebraska and Colorado
‘As I Am’ by Cabela and Schmitt is a reminder of unforgettable love
This new single showcases the the extension of artists that have truly influenced our music. The song reminds me of a certain person who is so loving and caring that their love is incredibly hard to believe. No matter how many times you fall short, the love towards you you is always a constant. Forgiving, caring and understanding. Seeing you for who you are and accepting you’re misgivings..
Jay Korner – Will You Save Me
Genre: Funk, Soul, Rock, Retro Pop, Indie Rock
Sounds like: : My music is inspired by the funk scene of the early 70s and artists like Buddy Miles, The Meters, Stevie Wonder, Sly Stone, Etta James.
Located in: : Gothenburg, Sweden
Jay Korner ‘Will You Save Me’ is a 70’s inspired funk and soul jam
“Will You Save Me” is a funk and soul-flavored love song with an infectious riff theme, inspired by 70’s artists The Meters and Buddy Miles. The song is all about finding the right one, that very special person to spend the rest of your life with. It’s an upbeat jam with rhythmic guitars, Hammond organ and clavinett, groovy drums and bass, and bright horn sections.
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