Sound Selection 033

    We proudly present Sound Selection 033.

    Maribou State ‘Feel Good’ feat. Khruangbin

    The first song to enter our Sound Selection is by the duo known as Maribou State, who present us ‘Feel Good’ featuring Khruangbin. In this song, Maribou State and Khruangbin explore and utilise warped vocal elements with a memorable and simply satisfying beat that will keep with you for weeks and months to come.

    Chackie Jam ‘Shotokan’ (Take Me With You)

    Another great song to enter our Sound Selection is by Chackie Jam, who present us with ‘Shotokan’ (Take Me With You). In their latest single, the vibrant and lively Chackie Jam present us with a groovy and terrifically funky vibe that lifts the atmosphere around us from the start of the song. A must-listen for sure.

    Laney Lynx ‘Getaway’

    Entering with a dynamically driven song is Laney Lynx who gives us a mysteriously-vibrant ‘Getaway’. Lynx, an Indie Pop artist based in Brooklyn, showcases to us a smoothly splendid vocal and a song that shouts quality and authenticity as she looks to rise to the top in the world of music.

    Mahalia ‘I Wish I Missed My Ex’

    Mahalia is making a return on Our Culture Mag, but this time with her brilliantly produced song ‘I Wish I Missed My Ex’. Featuring a lovely music video, but most importantly a well-produced and performed song, Mahalia makes quite the return as she once again produces a song full of excellence and authenticity.

    TM & Mr Tout Le Monde ‘Bernadette’

    The final song to enter our Sound Selection is by TM & Mr Tout Le Monde who present us with a vibrantly groovy ‘Bernadette’. This disco-driven hit is a must for any summer playlist; it’s a song that will liven up any party, and any room with it’s animated and simply joyous vibe. This one is for the playlists.

    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas Mankus
    Modestas is the Editor-in-Chief at Our Culture Mag. He regularly delves into modern art, fashion, and photography. Modestas is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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