Sound Selection 009

We are proud to present our 9th Sound Selection, once again sharing great music for any playlist.

Opal People ‘2 Channel’

Mysterious and groovy are two words rarely combined, but Opal People manage to do it perfectly in their latest song ‘2 Channel’. The song features fantastic production with smooth vocals that will for sure switch you to a different channel for the next few weeks to come.

Gold/Shade ‘Lighthouse’

Latest single ‘Lighthouse’ by the splendid Gold/Shade is a song that is worthy of any playlist. Great structure, vocals and electronic synths are really well combined to give you a dynamic song that will make you flow into another world for days to come.

Groves ‘Stood Still’

We love Indie Pop on Sound Selection and this time we are not disappointed by the rather chill, cool and groovy Groves who showcase their chill-out vibe in their latest single ‘Stood Still’. If you are looking for something more laidback and chill, this one will be for you.

morgxn ‘xx’

Alternative, driven and simply terrific. Entering our Sound Selection we have morgxn who presents us with the vibrant, lo-fi-like song ‘xx’. Great production and toned down elements really go well together in this song, showcasing the potential morgxn has. One for the playlists, for sure.

Young Creatures ‘To Be Alive’

We love band music and this time we have Young Creatures who take us on an emotional journey with their latest single ‘To Be Alive’. Melancholic tones travel throughout the song whilst showcasing splendid structure and powerful vocals. Young Creatures is the name to look out for the in the music world.

Callum Pitt ‘Rabbits’

Another emotional and powerful song in this Sound Selection is ‘Rabbits’ by the super-talented Callum Pitt who showcases to us his wonderfully-smooth vocals and terrific lyric writing skills. ‘Rabbits’ is perfect for any playlist looking for some dynamic and emotional.

AKS ‘Train of Thought’

AKS is one of the most exciting up and coming names in the world of Hip-Hop. His song ‘Train of Thought’ comes as part of the ‘Train of Thought’ EP which includes a total of eight fantastic songs that all are worthy to be in your playlists. AKS showcases not just great lyrical skills or rapping skills but also a great sense of structure and flow. He has talent beyond many and has a great future in the world of music, of course only if he can keep producing such great and vibrant music further in his career.

Nina Nesbitt ‘The Moments I’m Missing’

Latest single ‘The Moment’s I’m Missing’ by the splendid Nina Nesbitt is an honest, touching and simply wonderful piece of music, where she takes us on a rather emotional journey. Nesbitt showcases her writing skills alongside her clear vocal talent, once again proving to us why she is the name to follow.

Tiga ‘Woke’

Cool, Cool Cool. Tiga is back, this time with ‘Woke’ a fun track as usual by mysterious but rather entertaining music producer and DJ Tiga. This one is for the playlists or should I say for those that are woke.

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