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Who is ready for the holiday? We have new music to add to your playlist by Raven Artson, Remington Super 60, Mashmellow, The Magi, and Cape Francis

Raven Artson ” Won’t Just Forget “

Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and composerRaven Artson shares the reflective song ‘Won’t Forget Just’. An “ode to feeling like I belong, like I’m at home“, Raven says. The single, which starts out with a soft whistle of electronic music and acoustic guitar has a slight pickup with steady drumbeats and the soft emotional vocals of Artson. We were obsessed at the first listen moment we heard it.

Remington Super 60 ” Still Near “

Remington Super 60’s new single Still Near is taken from the band’s forthcoming EP due to be released in the fall of 2020. The soaring airy song is the perfect bedroom pop tune to listen to as you dream away the day.

Mashmellow ” Melt “

Moscow based duo Mashmellow has dropped a new single Melt, which is the lead single from their newly released debut EP. The light and airy song gives you the feels of a 90’s pop song with Masha Shurygina’s smooth vocals, jangly guitars, and warm synths.

The Magi ” Try “

The Magi is the merging of music veterans Damien Horne (The Farm, New North), Kenny Carter (Waterdeep, Trump Dawgs), and David “DJ” Lee (Scratch Track. They have just released their debut single Try, a soulful and sultry tune with a hint of soft beatboxing and some fantastic harmonies. The Magi have breathed life into 70s soul and giving it a new life.

Cape Francis ” Just Because “

Cape Francis is a solo project started by guitarist and vocalist Kevin Olken Henthorn. He has just released the first single, Just Because, off his upcoming third album. The song was written as a reminder to himself to keep on working on mental health during a time when he really needed reminding. While the subject of the song is serious the production itself is a dreamy background of instrumentation that Henthorn’s echoing vocals seem to glide over effortlessly

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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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