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New Music Monday featuring Stablemate, Jon Reynolds & The Aches,Thillia x A K J, Little Brother Eli and Monmoi

Stablemate ” San Francisco “

After years of various adventures from enlisting into the Navy to road-tripping Mitch and Conor decided to get back to what they love…music. Having recently completed their album under the moniker Stablemate, they have released new single San Francisco which is, by the way, a perfect road trip song with a bouncy folkish melody. We love the range of vocals throughout the song.

Jon Reynolds & The Aches ” Love Blind “

Drums drive the new single Love Blind by Jon Reynolds & The Aches, along with soaring vocals and relatable lyrics. The song has a bit of an 80’s feel to it to make it all the better. Put this on your playlist to dance to or sing-along with… ou won’t be sorry.

Thillia x A K J ” New Royals “

We love the story behind Denver based Thillia’s new single New Royals almost as much as we loved the song. A fan ( AKJ ) had sent him a guitar cover of a past song and he reached out to her to ask if she could sing..and boom that is the female vocals you hear! Full of bouncy synths and a danceable beat along with lush vocals this song is a must.

Little Brother Eli ” Perfect “

Oxford band Little Brother Eli has released a new single Perfect which they recorded during the lockdown, along with the companion video which shows the band in there respective places performing. Perfect is a catchy electronic song with strong hooks, icy synths, and strong vocals that all flow over a danceable hip hop rhythm.

Monmoi ” enemy “

Jealousy causing the breakdown of a relationship is the theme of the new song enemy by London based monmoi, which is the solo project of George David ( Lauder ). The single is the 5th from monmoi and the title track from a double-sided EP. Loads of spikey synths and hazy vocals give enemy its backbone.

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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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