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    Our beloved Sound Selection is back and moving.

    Four of Diamonds ‘Name on It’ feat. Burna Boy

    The first song to enter our Sound Selection is ‘Name on It’ by the highly-vibrant and pop-driven Four of Diamonds featuring Burna Boy who bring us a wave of fantastic energy and light with their well-produced radio-ready hit.

    qrauer ‘Aracus’

    Moving into the world of experimental music, we have ‘Aracus’ by qrauer who bring us in with deep kicks, mysterious synths and enigmatic sound effects that keep with you until the end. If you are looking for something diverse and inimitable for your playlists, this will be for you.

    The King’s Parade ‘Lemon Zest’

    Another stunning song to enter our Sound Selection is by The King’s Parade named ‘Lemon Zest.’ In this moving song, the four-piece band, The King’s Parade deliver stunning vocals and a melancholic vibe that is beautifully linked with the heart-warming melody from start to finish.

    Jude Woodhood ‘Beautiful Rain’

    Moving back to electronic music, we have ‘Beautiful Rain’ by Jude Woodhood who experiments with soul-touching vocals and brilliantly incorporated synths that will keep with you for a fortnight to come. This one is a must-listen and one for the playlists.

    Tim Schou ‘Nirvana’

    Shifting our frequencies back to commercial music, we have energetic and simply stunning ‘Nirvana’ by Danish artist and songwriter Tim Schou who displays to us his well-fitting, full of energy and genuinely electrifying vocals in this warm and touching song. A true treasure of a song.

    Tom Budin x Kopa ‘Things Change’

    The final song to enter our Sound Selection is by Tom Budin and Kopa named ‘Things Change.’ In this thrilling and well-produced song, Tom Budin and Kopa take us on a ride with their warm melody and ear-pleasing vocals that makes this dance song a great listen for anyone.

    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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