Katelyn Tarver Chats About Last Single ‘Nicer’ And Announces New Single Release ‘Hurt Like That’ Out On October 21 Before Album ‘Subject to Change’ Drops In November.

Katelyn Tarver has a new song out next week but I was lucky enough to get the chance to chat with her about her last release, ‘Nicer’, a song that reflects on the people pleasing tendencies that we all have sometimes and which has become almost an epidemic of non-confrontation leading us to bottle up all that angst.

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God Of Love – ‘Black Beyond’

After performing with a few different bands, James Cole Burnett came back as GOD OF LOVE. He met producer Alex Bhore in 2019, who recorded and produced their second album, ‘Do Your Worst’. That LP is set for release on November 5, through Red Zeppelin Records, after the Covid-19 pandemic pushed it back for a year.

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Whoop! – ‘Cool’

They’ve only been around for about a year, but Whoop!, from North Carolina, have taken their fun jams and managed to put together an incredibly charming debut album. Comprising 9 tracks, the eponymous album is set for release on November 19, through Porcelain Records.

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Parker Longbough – ‘The Falcon Sleeps Alone’

Out now, ‘The Falcon Sleeps Alone’ is the latest single from Parker Longbough. The track comes from his upcoming album, ‘Off Front Street’, which is set for release on October 22.

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Alexandra Duran Releases Debut Single, ‘Volvi A Empezar’

Written while she was sick and couldn’t sing, ‘Volvi A Epezar’ is the debut single from Latin Pop singer songwriter, Alexandra Duran. The song sees Alexandra emerge from adversity, and allows her to express how she felt after a break up, and examines how she set about reclaiming her power, and strength.

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Claudia Tripp Releases Latest Single, ‘Too Far Gone’

Claudia Tripp brings the sound of Nashville to her home country of Australia with her new single, ‘Too Far Gone’. The Country Pop track is an empowering break up song, with a ripping guitar solo, imagery-packed lyrics, and massive harmonies.

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Snypa – ‘Custom’

Keeping the rap game fresh is California native Snypa, who’s bringing bass-booming beats and raspy lyrics to every hip-hop head around the world. This developing artist is finding his footing in various genres, from tropical Caribbean grooves in his single ‘All Night’ to traditional trap in ‘No Kizzy’. Snypa’s versatility to bounce between radically different sounds highlights his raw talent in music production, something he has been mastering since the young age of 16-years-old. Being surrounded by musical influences his entire life – his mother is a gospel singer, and his cousin is the multi-Grammy-winning artist Al Green – provided him the tool kit to become a multifaceted artist. The rapper has even developed his own label, Wraith Talk Music, which he moved to Atlanta to absorb the culture and soul of the city and expand opportunities to growing talent. Snypa is here to reinvent the hip-hop industry, one heavy-hitting track at a time.

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Kanti Chant – ‘Take That Back’

Kanti Chant isn’t just a musical artist, she’s also a true entertainer, with a bold personality that commands the attention of all she encounters. Her music is truly electrifying, and if that’s not enough, she also wields rods of fire as a performance dancer. Kanti is truly bringing the heat to the pop-punk music scene with her latest single, ‘Take That Back’.

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Motive Black – ‘Broken’

MOTIVE BLACK’s latest single, ‘Broken’, is filled with a whirlwind of emotions, which may as well come directly from frontwoman Elena’s soul.

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Nick Hawk – ‘Choose Me’

Singer, rapper, and songwriter Nick Hawk knows first hand the pain and powerlessness of having a friend or family member hooked on self-destructive behaviour. In his case, the addict is his soulmate. With his latest single, ‘Choose Me’, he articulates what many others also wonder: why can’t his love be enough? Why must his partner always prioritize the very thing that’s killing her?

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LKeys – ‘Between Me And You’

The slick lyrics in ‘Between Me And You’ are jam-packed with descriptive imagery, and the accompanying video certainly comes up to the same standard.

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Chris Beer – ‘Nothing Like’

Chris Beer’s warm, conversational style makes you feel like you’re a good friend and that he wants you to have a good time. Approachable, and frank, the songs of the Austrian-based singer-songwriter are experimental, yet never lose the artist’s desire to communicate. Making good use of elements of genres such as classic rock, folk, reggae, and pop, nonetheless Beer’s sound is his very own.

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Dici – ‘Flip’

At just 18 years old and still in high school, indie rap artist DICI is on the road to becoming a massive hit. A creative visionary, he has used the Covid-19 quarantine period to producing sonic textures, freestyle rhymes, and bass bumping beats, his hustle ensuring he gained an international following. DICI has to date accumulated more than 1.5 million streams on YouTube, and one million on Spotify across an incredible 100 countries.

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KSENIA – ‘Girl From The Forest’

Ksenia’s new single, ‘Girl From The Forest’, gently pokes fun at her upbringing and the assumptions of outsiders.

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Le Sonic – ‘Any Moment’

Le Sonic’s latest release, ‘Any Moment’, features Bobby Banderrama (AKA Robert Lee), a founding member and lead guitarist of the legendary ’60s garage rock band, ? (Question Mark) & The Mysterians.

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$tovey – ‘Pronto’

$tovey’s singles are packed with quick-witted rhymes, filled with wordplay and cultural references along with plenty of distinctive personality. His latest release, ‘Pronto’, is not just $tovey’s most fully realized track yet, it’s also his most impressive.

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Neff Nuffsed – ‘Different Type of Respect’

Neff Nuffsed, in his latest single, ‘Different Type of Respect’, uses his hard hitting lyrics to speak about the struggle of chasing your dreams, setting it against a smooth R&B track.

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A Place To Bury Strangers – ‘Playing The Part’ 

Singer and guitarist Oliver Ackermann, from New York City’s A Place To Bury Strangers, always brings surprises, and has continued to both delight and astonish his audience for nearly two decades. A Place To Bury Strangers’ live performance is also nothing but amazing, with an almost shamanistic experience, which sees listeners subsumed in glorious sound.

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Kari Wahlgren Featuring Chloë Agnew – ‘On My Own’

Chloë Agnew, who is known around the world as one of the stars and lead singers of the long-running, award-winning Irish traditional ensemble Celtic Woman, has taken Slaughter’s song, ‘On My Own’, and literally, made it her own. It’s a pivotal track on ‘Kari Wahlgren Presents SlaughtHER Volume One’. The track takes its place as the sleek, and shining cornerstone of a set of covers of Slaughter material by female artists.

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Nané – ‘Seventeen’

Austin, Texas has always welcomed unique people, unique ideas, and unique sounds, and if you make music there, like Nané and their new single, ‘Seventeen’, you won’t disappoint.

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