Sound Selection 003

For our third Sound Selection, we once again have selected a great mix of music, ranging in styles and vibes.

Cazzette ‘Run The World’ feat. Nadia Gattas

Latest song by the exciting electronic project Cazzette ‘Run The World’ features stunning and smooth vocals by the wonderful up and coming musician Nadia Gattas. The song is a true summer hit for those that are looking for music to escape the doom and gloom of everyday reality.

Mahalia ‘Sober’

Mahalia’s latest single ‘Sober’ is honest, smooth and simply wonderful to listen to. Mahalia showcases her mature and composed vocals in the song, combining them with a neat beat that will make you listen to it for days and days to come.

Sonny Step and TyC ‘Still Believe In Love’

If you are looking for something with a commercial but emotional vibe, this latest song by Sonny Step and TyC will be perfect for you. It features a dynamic production that will teleport you into the world of a romantic.

jy & tribes. ‘release me’

This lovely electronic track features two contrasting vocals that combine to make a song that will get stuck in your head for years to come. This one is for the playlists.

Deelanz ‘Fire Starter’

To contrast our electronic selection, we have selected some band music. ‘Fire Starter’ is a rebellious-like song that combines raw vocals and production that will get you hooked like some sort of drug. This one is great if you are looking for something raw!

Hearty Har ‘Creation Frustration’

Additionally, this is another band song that will get you hooked. It is driven by catchy, raw and simply great vocals. If you like the sound of bands such as The Black Keys, this one will be for you! Hearty Har is definitely one of the bands to look out for in the years to come.

re:tract ‘Bendy’

Contrastingly, ‘Bendy’ by the experimental and exciting re:tract is a song that gives out vibes of chill and mystery as it combines ambient vocals and deep, sci-fi-like production to give you the sound that you need for those moments of concentration.

Kaosic ‘Candy Shop’

This future bass track by the Kaosic drops you into the ocean with its vibrant and always moving synths that move beyond the normality of the commercial sounds we hear today. This one is for the playlists.

jackLNDN ‘Higher’ feat. Millie Go Lightly

If you like something electronic and groovy this latest single by jackLNDN featuring Millie Go Lightly will be perfect for you. It features smooth, groovy and simply deep sounding production for those that love a song that is dynamic.

Anthony Harm ‘Should’ve Been Me’ feat. D-Velro

To finalise our selection, we have selected a classic summer-vibe song by Anthony Harm that will make the summer last that much longer. This one is for the summer playlists!

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