New Music Weekly is back, and man, do we have quite the lineup for you!? From the queen of pop, Carly Rae Jepsen, to Bella Poarch, we’ve got it all!
A Fragile Tomorrow – It’s Better That Way
It’s Better That Way is in no way a sonically cohesive project, but we mean that in the best way possible. What you’re getting here, on It’s Better That Way, is a layout of how vast A Fragile Tomorrow can span, every genre, and sub-genre, they can conquer.
Our stand-out has to be ‘All Signs To Amsterdam,’ so many sick instrumental showcases there!
Listen to It’s Better That Better Way here!
Elyse Jewel – ‘Hs Parking Lot’
Young love is one of the purest things to explore in music, there’s such an optimism while approaching the topic here on ‘Hs Parking Lot.’ We can’t get enough of this perfect for summer pop bop. New Music Weekly always needs a young love anthem.
Listen to ‘Hs Parking Lot’ here!
Blu DeTiger & Biig Piig – ‘Crash Course’
One of the things about Blu DeTiger we love the most is that you can’t box her in genre-wise. If you compare songs like ‘Crash Course,’ to ‘Hot Crush Lover’ which also released this year, you can clearly see the range we are praising. ‘Crash Course’ is funky, with some of the coolest beats we’ve heard in a while.
Listen to ‘Crash Course’ here!
Briston Maroney – ‘Paradise’
It’s official, we have found another song of the summer in ‘Paradise.’ We need to be at Briston’s festival, dancing to this track ASAP. The vibes captured on ‘Paradise’ couldn’t be better.
Listen to ‘Paradise’ here!
Sadie Cannon – ‘Healed Girl Summer’
After the last several years, what we definitely need is a ‘Healed Girl Summer.’ (Maybe a Hot Healed Girl Summer, best of both worlds?) This early 2000s reminiscent pop song is a standout from this week’s New Music Weekly for us! Sadie Cannon is one to watch!
Listen to ‘Healed Girl Summer’ here!
Mabel – About Last Night…
It’s finally here!! Mabel has blessed us with her full-length album, and we have had these tracks on a constant loop. Mabel has learned how to master the pop music scene, which is clear on songs like (our personal favorite) ‘I Love Your Girl.’ If you’re a fan of artists like Zara Larsson, Mabel is for you!
Listen to About Last Night… here!
Zach Seabaugh ft. Anna Hamilton – ‘Maybe In The Morning’
Anytime we get to cover a duet on New Music Weekly, we are happy campers. Zach Seabaugh and Anna Hamilton’s voices compliment each other so beautifully here, on ‘Maybe In The Morning.’ They both have such soft voices, which add to the vulnerability of the track.
Listen to ‘Maybe In The Morning’ here!
Carly Rae Jepsen ft. Lewis OfMan – ‘Move Me’
‘Move Me’ is a certified bop, of course, we are not surprised. Carly Rae Jepsen has never been a part of a project we haven’t absolutely gawked over. Lewis OfMan and Carly Rae are about to have us moving and grooving to ’Move Me’ all summer long.
Listen to ‘Move Me’ here!
Martin Garrix x Dallask (With Sasha Alex Sloan) – ‘Loop’
New Music Weekly isn’t complete without the perfect song for a night out, leave it to Martin Garrix to deliver. The addition of Dallask and Sasha Alex Sloan works perfectly with Martin’s insane way with EDM beats.
Listen to ‘Loop’ here!
Thomas Day – ‘not my job anymore’
Ever since interviewing Thomas Day, we’ve been hooked! Getting to highlight this vulnerable, beautiful moment from him on New Music Weekly warms our hearts. You get so many chilling vocal moments from Thomas Day here on ‘not my job anymore.’ He’s the real deal.
Listen to ‘not my job anymore’ here!
Bella Poarch – ‘Dolls’
Yes, we’re about to get an entire EP from Bella Poarch. Until then, however, let’s celebrate how incredible ‘Dolls’ is. On ‘Dolls’ you get EDM-esque beats, with an alt-pop feel, and it’s such a unique sound, that we are so here for!
This track needs to be on the soundtrack for the first Pretty Little Liars spin-off.
Listen to ‘Dolls’ here!
Zach Bryan – Summertime Blues
New Music Weekly needed a little country and Zach Bryan is here to deliver! Zach has such an old-country feel to his voice that feels so warm. All nine tracks on Summertime Blues is expertly crafted, and written so beautifully. Our standout has to be ‘Twenty So.’
Listen to Summertime Blues here!
Omar Apollo – ‘Archetype’
We are ending this week’s New Music Weekly with a bang, new Omar Apollo music! Omar Apollo makes some of the absolute best music to just vibe to. That streak continues here with ‘Archetype.’ Omar can do no wrong.
Listen to ‘Archetype’ here!
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