The 35th edition of Sound Selection is back and rolling.
Low Fem ‘Videodrome’
The first song to enter this edition of Sound Selection is by the wonderfully-experimental Low Fem who showcase a dynamic production with emotionally driven vocals in their latest single ‘Videodrome.’ This one is for the playlists.
Plastic Messiah ‘Lose Yourself’
Cover of Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’ by Plastic Messiah might be an unexpected entry on Sound Selection, but with lovely intricate vocal dynamics we could not resist but to feature this well-performed cover that becomes more addicting with each play.
Another great song to enter our Sound Selection is by Nightseason named ‘Strangers’. In their latest song, the highly-exciting Nightseason present us with a wave of raw vocals and vibe that will keep you asking for more.
Rondo Mo ‘Arp Chime’
Shifting our frequencies, we have ‘Arp Chime’ by the exciting Rondo Mo who delivers a vibrant and lively song that will stay on your mind for a long time with its ear-pleasing vocals and contrasting production. This one is for the playlists and one that we recommend.
Starling ‘Pink Wallpaper’
Hitting us with emotional vocals is Starling, who brings out pleasant-sounding and pulsating atmosphere in her song ‘Pink Wallpaper.’ With this song released, we are sure to hear more great things from Starling in the months to come, as she looks to rise to the top with her tremendously enjoyable voice.
Bad Wave ‘Good Son’
Our final song, ‘Good Son’, by the two-friend act Bad Wave is a true thunder of a journey into an emotionally focused world that grows by each beat and word. ‘Good Son’ is a delightful song that is a must for any playlist that thrives on quality music.