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New Music Monday for the week of July 15, 2019

Dylan Dunlap ” Here For Me “

LA’s Dylan Dunlap is back with new single Here For Me. Dylan’s vocals are the highlight of the track, they are silky smooth as they easily glide over the electronics in the background. We love the background vocals, that at the first remind us a bit of Mr. Bieber’s Sorry track, but the track is far from a sound-alike, Dunlap controls Here For Me with a strong chorus and heartfelt lyrics.

Late Guest At The Party ” Bend “

Brooklyn’s Late Guest At The Party call their music Sad Boy Dance Music, and their newest release Bend, the second single they have released in the month of July, is definitely dance music with its smooth electronic vibe that leans heavily on the bass ( who doesn’t like a lot a bass? ) The song tackles the subject of applying pressure to a partner and impatience.

Veritah ” Cold Leather “

Cold Leather, the first single off of Canada’s Veritah’s upcoming debut EP Golden Son is a guitar lovers dream song. The tune has a gritty guitar riff that is addictive, and drums that your heart will pound to. This is garage rock at its best…. Golden Son is set to release August 9th, we are anxious to hear more, but until then we will be over here listening to Cold Leather on repeat.

Ministry of Mars ” Day N Night ” ( Feat. Jad Lagoon )

Day N Night is the third release for Queensland brothers Alistair and Jon Marsden, who make up Ministry of Mars. The track is an indie pop/synth-pop banger. Smooth vocals and shiny synths are highlighted by a rap bridge by guest singer Jad Lagoon. Ohh but we haven’t even talked about the unsuspecting guitar solo towards the end of the song…

frogi ” Time “

frogi’s newest single Time was written in her bedroom during a breakup with her boyfriend ( I swear I think breakups create the best music ). frogi’s vocals are ethereal as they soar over the instrumentation of the track. It is powerful and emotional and beautiful and just what we need at times.

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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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