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Jon Morrow releases sophomore single ‘I’m No One’

Jon Morrow releases sophomore single ‘I’m No One’

Jon Morrow is a songwriter from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, writing dreamy and personal songs. He uses a drum machine, which sounds like a beat from an old Casio (that’s a positive), a looping electric guitar running through a tremolo or vibey chorus pedal, and layers of vocals and harmonies with a high pass filter applied.

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Views From Space release second single ‘Other Side’

Views From Space release second single ‘Other Side’

Views From Space released a standout track called ‘Other Side’. The single is lush with warm layers of synths, and ambient vocals. Omi Gelacio, the artist behind Views From Space, mixes several memorable melodies that appear in the song, played out by several synths; one melody repeats and intertwines with his vocals. The bass sound has a full tone that fills the low-end perfectly.

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Minneapolis’ Cassette drops ‘Fumble (Kerry)’ single

Minneapolis’ Cassette drops ‘Fumble (Kerry)’ single

Minneapolis artist Cassette releases ‘Fumble (Kerry)’, a lofi disco-pop single that mixes elements of synthpop. Synths with dramatic flair, electric guitar with hooks, a bouncing bass synth, and a selective beat. His vocals are fuzzed out with saturation, with a melody that sticks in your head.

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Yot Club releases ‘Alive’ single

Yot Club releases ‘Alive’ single

Yot Club released the first single from his forthcoming EP, ‘Santolina’. The new single, ‘Alive’, is a highly anticipated track, following the viral explosion of his ‘YKWIM?’ single. The EP will be released through Nice Guys, which Ryan Kaiser of Yot Club talked with Puddlegum earlier this year. Also, Ryan released a music video for ‘Alive’.

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Beauty Queen drops ‘Hope It’s You’ single and video

Beauty Queen drops ‘Hope It’s You’ single and video

Beauty Queen released a third single, ‘Hope It’s You’, and music video from what we assume will be an album of songs through Sleep Well Records. This track is really polished, produced by Henry Moser of Henry Nowhere, and Beauty Queen’s Katie Iannitello. A banjo opens the song and appears in the chorus, giving the song a fitting emotional edge.

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