Yes You Are’s Music Video for “HGX”

Yes You Are is sharing their music video, for “HGX”, with our listeners.  The single has that catchy upbeat feel that gets you motivated to get out and about.  The verse gives you a straight up base beat to get your head to moving and then the chorus comes in and the full band strikes up in an explosive sound that gets the rest of the body moving.  “HGX” has been featured on a Pepsi Max commercial and also in the movie Bad Moms.  The music video itself features imagery of the band in a stylish rendering.  Enjoy Yes You Are’s music video “HGX” through their YouTube channel – Richard:

Resin’s Single “Hoarse”

Resin is hitting our listeners with her ambient single “Hoarse”.  This single has a darker tone that boarders on the edge of experimental rock.  The mood has to be right for “Hoarse” otherwise it will lose part of it’s impact on the listener.  If you are in a contemplative mood and want to set and think about things this would be one to take you to that inner space.  “Hoarse” is from Resin’s upcoming album Fidget, but until then you can check it out here through SoundCloud – Richard:

TRISTN’s Single “Sky Wide Open”

With “Sky Wide Open” TRISTN gives our listeners a fun single to check out.  It starts out and you wonder what’s going to happen, and just seconds into the song the rhythm shifts to a fun electronica beat.  You have a nice base beat that ties the whole thing together, but at the chorus TRISTN hits you with everything hitting you full force.  When I listen to “Sky Wide Open” I hear the influences of bands like the Bangles, which I love.  This is just a fun song that everyone can get up and dance around to whether you are at the club or just at the house, you can’t help but move.  If this is any indication of TRISTN’s January LP, out September 8, you’ll want to add this to your music library.  Here’s TRISTN’s “Sky Wide Open” for you to enjoy until the LP drops – Richard:

Town Meeting’s Single “West of Seattle”

I wish all town meetings could be this way.  The folk/americana band Town Meeting is sharing with our listeners their single “West of Seattle”.  The single starts out as a simple folk sound.  Then when the vocals come in you get transported back to the late 1960’s -1970’s, when folk/americana was in it’s heyday with the variety of artists like John Denver and Bob Dylan.  Town Meeting has a nice clean sound that fits the genre well and will appeal to listeners.  They just came out with their EP Geography, Part 1 that “West of Seattle” is on, so be sure to look them up on your digital vendor of choice and while you’re doing that Town Meeting wants you to enjoy their single “West of Seattle” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Justin Fabus’ New Music Video for “I Hope She’ll Think Of Me”

Justin Fabus is sharing with us his music video for his latest single “I Hope She’ll Think of Me”.  With this single Justin hits that 1980’s sound where it is a more traditional country music sound but starting to get some flare to it.  Think back to a mixture of Sawyer Brown and Alabama.  Very nice sound that I enjoy and country fans will love to pick this single up.  You might also want to check out his previous work, because he has been recognized by CMA with being 2017’s Emerging Artist.  The music video itself is a studio video of the band and him doing the single.  Here’s Justin Fabus’ “I Hope She’ll Think of Me” through his YouTube channel – Richard:

Jamil Kassam’s Remix of “Rise Now” by LUDE

Jamil Kassam is sharing with our listeners his single “Rise Now” that has been remixed by LUDE.  This single has a great electro/pop rhythm to it.  Jamil’s voice really fits this genre well and it sounds like he is having fun singing.  This is a single that is letting the listener know that they should believe in themselves and go out and take on the world.  Easily see this in a dance club for everyone to move to.  Here’s Jamil Kassam’s “Rise Now” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Mia LJ Releases Her Music Video for “This Livin”

Mia LJ gives our listeners the chance to check out her music video for her single “This Livin”.  Mia has a nice Alto range voice that comes through with just a bit of smokiness, really nice.  “This Livin” is one of those single’s that many people can relate to.  The chorus starts with the lyrics “Never want to get old”, which applies to the younger crowd, but us older listeners are saying the same thing we just don’t verbalize it as much.  And of course everyone just wants to “have fun running around”.  The single itself is the title track from her This Livin LP.  The music video has high film quality and the director edited it together very nicely.  The video is just dark enough to still be edgy, but still light enough for anyone to enjoy.  Here’s Mia LJ’s music video for her single “This Livin” through her YouTube channel – Richard:

Marcus Paul James’ Single “Paper Hearts”

Marcus Paul James is sharing with our listeners again.  This time he is sharing the title track off his Paper Hearts EP.  “Paper Hearts” is an introspective song that sways with it’s rhythm.  Marcus’ lower voice shines through with a heart felt performance.  The EP is available for download now, so check out you digital vendors, but until you do here’s the soulful voice of Marcus Paul James with “Paper Hearts” through SoundCloud – Richard

Eden Warsaw’s Latest Single “Somebody Tell Me”

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Eden Warsaw is sharing with us his single “Somebody Tell Me”.  This single has a nice strong rock/pop feel and the vocals come through great.  It is a more serious song that Eden is wanting people to consider and contemplate what he is singing about, because many people have these feelings.  “Somebody Tell Me” is from his Calm the Coast LP and Eden is sharing the single with us through SoundCloud – Richard:

Brad Byrd’s Music Video for “Highest Mountain”

Brad Byrd has that mid-range baritone voice that is easy to listen to.  With “Highest Mountain” he is working that mix of pop/country, with the pop sound being the most prominent style.  It kind of falls in between genres like John Denver’s music did, it’s pop but not quite pop and it’s country but not quite country.  For me this style works and I enjoyed the single with the instrumentals and vocals working really well together to fit Brad’s voice.  Brad’s music has been feature on The New Girl, Happy Endings, American Housewife, Ben & Kate, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.  The music video fits the single with it taking place on an actual mountain.  It is also interesting that the director used a drone in the mountain’s to get the shots for the video.  Here’s Brad Byrd’s music video “Highest Mountain” from his album by the same name – Richard: