YAMUESTRO – Sweet Love

YAMUESTRO has truly impressed me with his latest piece. The track is a a lackadaisical R&B dream called “Sweet Love,” that conveys the truth of love, loss, and heartbreak. It’s refreshing to see an artist who is so willing to take chances and experiment among a music scene dominated by cookie-cutter pop productions. Keep it up, YAMUSETRO!

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Damn this new track from autumn keys is killing me. The vibe on this one is out of this world and I simply can’t get enough. If you’re looking to kick back on a sunny afternoon, definitely bump this one and let the relaxed energy wash over you. Peace and love ❤

JS aka The Best – “Level Up”

Breaking The Fourth Wall is the latest album to come from the rising east coast based rapper, JS aka The Best. I first stumbled upon this dude back in 2016 when I heard the track “Chemistry” off his album Momentum / Renaissance Man and instantly fell in love with the laid back funk vibe he so effortlessly incorporated.

“Level up” is my favorite track off the new album. The tune delivers a feeling-filled intro which quickly builds into a high flying pop balled with enough energy to keep any dance floor rocking until sunrise. Don’t believe me? Check out the tune for yourself here!

Aziza and the Cure – “Sun Song”

Aziza and the Cure is quickly becoming one of my favorite alternative indie groups. The duo, comprised of Joelle and River, take influence from a wide range of avenues to create a unique genre they dub as Sympohnic Soul. Characterized by vibing violins, feeling-filled hooks, and conscious rap verses, I’ve had their latest track “Sun Song,” on repeat since it dropped a few days back.

Solstis – Take Me (feat. Ally Ahern)

I’m absolutely obsessed with this up and coming Seattle based electronic duo Solstis. Their latest piece is an energy inducing dance track titled “Take Me,” feating addictive vocal stylings from Ally Ahern. This hook has been stuck in my head all day, and the synth breaks get me grooving every time. Check out the track here and let us know what you think.