Viktorija Faith Releases Latest Single ‘Pray’

London-based R&B singer songwriter Viktorija Faith has released her latest single, ‘Pray’. The self-produced track, while subtle, nonetheless is emotionally charged, and is a fine example of independent female creativity.

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Paris Bennett – ‘Opposites Attract’

Paris Bennett’s latest single, ‘Opposites Attract’, accompanied by a gorgeous animated lyric video created by Oliver Twixt, shows that she’s not lost any of that blitheness, nor innocence, that saw her win the hearts of millions of viewers in Season 5 of American Idol.

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Sharon Hendrix – ‘Adaleigh (Run Away)’ 

Sharon Hendrix is back with her new single, ‘Adaleigh (Run Away)’. We introduced readers to the powerhouse vocals of this artist and her single, ‘Believe And Become’ only a few weeks ago. Now she returns and it’s definitely not too soon to hear her gorgeous voice.

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System Machine – ‘In Dust We Trust’ 

Northern Irish industrial and metal band System Machine growl their sage advice to “Pay attention to what Mother Nature says”, with ‘In Dust We Trust’, their latest single. The question we need to ask ourselves is – are we heeding the warning?

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ASHRR ‘WAVES’ 

‘Waves’, the latest single from Los Angeles band ASHRR, in its synthy, introspective escapism, is the perfect release for a band who is making…well…waves…in LAs underground rock scene.

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Glorybots – ‘Radiate’

On the surface, ‘Radiate’, by Glorybots, is a love song to and about California, but dig a little deeper and you realise that there’s so much more: it’s a song of exploration and the wonders of discovery, and we the listeners are invited along for the ride.

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Jonathan Lykes – ‘I Love Being Black’ 

Activist and educator Jonathan Lykes has seen his fair share of street protests, and the talented musician has decided to throw his own hat into the ring, with his inspiring anthem, ‘I Love Being Black’.

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Tisha Hunter – ‘Right Now’ 

Born and raised in Harlem, New York City, Gospel artist Tisha Hunter is no stranger to the music industry, having achieved great success in the early 1990s as part of the RnB girl group, Ex-Girlfriend, who were signed to Warner/Reprise by music biz legend, Benny Medina. Their song, ‘Why Can’t You Come Home’ hit the number 3 spot on the Billboard charts. They followed this up with appearances on Soul Train, BET, Showtime At The Apollo, world tours, music videos, and on movie soundtracks. Ex-Girlfriend was the opening act for Prince in 1992 at the Jack the Rapper music convention, and were later invited to perform at his club in Minneapolis.

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T-Klassiq – ‘Overcome’

Originally from Nigeria but now living in Montreal, Canada, T-Klassiq takes pop music and instils in it the iconic afro-beat sound of his home country. Taking inspiration from Western artists, the likes of Michael Jackson, and Akon, along with fellow African creatives such as Fela Anikulapo, and Kuti, T-Klassiq has melded for himself a beautiful Afro-pop sound, which is perfectly showcased in his new single, ‘Overcome’.

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AV Super Sunshine – ‘Baby Goodbye 2020’

AV Super Sunshine’s new single isn’t that at all. It’s a new arrangement. Originally released in 2014, ‘Baby Goodbye’ was followed by a hip-hop remix video, and 3 years later, ‘Baby Goodbye 2017 Dance’, a club-flavoured house-remix. ‘Baby Goodbye 2020’ is an updated take on the original, effortlessly smooth-gliding, while combining modern sounds with a heavy dose of retro-guitar heavy 60s psych, 70s hard rock, and soulful female vocals.

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Big Lou – ‘Redemption’ 

Camden New Jersey native Big Lou had everything torn out from beneath him, but he has big dreams and even bigger ambitions to get it up and higher than he ever was before.

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GS11 – ‘Bunkin”

North Carolina’s GS11 shows who’s in charge with his latest single, ‘Bunkin”.

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Chris Waters – ‘Blurry’

Having just moved to Austin, Texas. where he found himself in lockdown, it’s understandable that singer/songwriter and rapper Chris Waters struggled with his fears for the future of the US and the world. However, he decided rather than to sink into depression, to use his gift of music, with his new single, ‘Blurry’ a heartfelt, moving, and quite vulnerable view on life in quarantine.

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Malina Moye – ‘Enough’

Malina Moye is recognised as one of the top guitarists of her generation, and she demolishes the boundaries between rock, funk, soul, and pop. ‘Enough’, from her third and latest album, ‘Bad As I Wanna Be’, sees Malina grab the attention of her fans with her self-penned storytelling style, while at the same time grabbing at their hearts with her soulful guitar solos.

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Keys FTV – ‘Flexin’

Keys FTV is no stranger to the spotlight, having previously shared a stage with the likes of Collective Music’s Blac Youngsta, and Moneybagg Yo. He’s known for his high energy shows, and any track he’s featured on will challenge you NOT to move with the rhythms, and cherish the delicately laid vocals. On top of that, Keys is a rapper who doesn’t just care about is image and laying down amazing tracks, but he’s also a party starting force to be reckoned with, and latest single ‘Flexin’ is a fantastic example of what he can do.

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Elvis Costello Releases ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’

Today sees the release of ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’, the fourth advance track from Elvis Costello’s upcoming album, ‘Hey Clockface’. The LP, which is Costello’s 32nd studio album since his 1977 debut with ‘My Aim Is True’, will be released by Concord Records on October 30. ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’ is available to stream and download.

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Indie Electronic Artist RDI0 Releases Latest Single, ‘Love Can Also Spread’

Seattle based indie electronic artist RDIo shares his latest feel good 80s inspired dance track, ‘Love Can Also Spread’. The empowering song reminds us that we have the power to change the world through kindness.

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Ready, Steady, Die! – ‘Deep’

Although Morgan Visconti is the son of super producer Tony Visconti, his band, Ready, Steady, Die!, which includes British singer songwriter Sam K bears little resemblance to the music the elder Visconti had a hand in. Bending dream pop, electronic rock, and darkwave, the duo’s first album ‘Pleasure Ride’ was the initial instalment in their upcoming trilogy, and latest single, ‘Deep’, is a slow-burning trip across whispered verses and haunting choruses.

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Sun & Flesh – ‘Hell Is People’

It’s not enough for Brooklyn hard rockers Sun & Flesh to simply live by Sartre’s affirmation that “hell is other people”‘ – in their eyes it’s everyone, at least so far as their latest single, ‘Hell Is People’, is concerned, and they don’t even exclude themselves in that condemnation.

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The Imaginaries – ‘Walking On A Wire’  

Maggie McClure and Shane Henry, otherwise known as The Imaginaries, take life and all its unpredictable-ness and turn it into gorgeous, deeply moving Americana, with a timeless quality. Their latest single, ‘Walking On A Wire’, is a response to the push and pull they feel constantly, as people who take the path less travelled.

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