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New Music For Your Thursday featuring Rian Cult, Sophia Messa, Harpo Milk and Family Of Things

Rian Cult ” 75//Summertime “

Rian Cult is an American based songwriter, singer, producer and drummer who was born in Romania. He just released new single 75//Summertime, a stripped back love song that blends the flow of catchy pop melody with the attitude of rap verses and a hook that gets stuck in your head. We love the summery feel of it.

Sophia Messa ” Ice Cream & Cigarettes “

Brazilian-American pop artist Sophia Messa has released the title track to her upcoming debut EP titled Ice Cream & Cigarettes, which is due to release sometime this fall. Sophia says: “Ice Cream & Cigarettes’ was written at a time in my life when I was trying to distance myself from someone close to me. It was hard for me to separate from this person because they would bring me a temporary feeling of happiness. I knew the feeling would run out, and it was slowly killing me, but I was addicted to the happiness I felt when they were around.”

Harpo Milk ” Swim Again “

Joe Falconer from Circa Waves has released his debut solo effort tilted Swim Again under the moniker Harpo Milk. Stepping away from the upbeat tunes of Circa Wave, Swim Again is an explosion of emotive Dream Pop, full of ethereal vocals, fuzzy guitars, and feedback. The song tells about an experience of Joe’s… the night he did not end up losing his virginity. We can’t wait to hear more dreamy magic from Harpo Milk.

Family of Things ” YKB “

Family of Things (FOT) is an indie band out of Ontario that is comprised of music partners Aaron Brown and Bradley Barnham. They have dropped new single YKB which is the lead single of an upcoming deluxe record release. The lively single brings back the energy of 70s Disco, with loads of danceable beats, slick horns, and spiky synths to get your body moving.

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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