5 handpicked tracks to fulfill your Daily Music Discoveries!
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The Ultraverse - Home pt. II
The act is a 3 man formation with Pim Mulders on guitar and Jos van Loon as live producer. Huub plays synths and does live vocals. On stage you will find a lot of vintage synths, a combination of music that makes you dance and makes you listen at the same time through strong hooks and lyrics.
Hearty Har - Creation Frustration
Funfact: great influences such as 50s Spook Garage, Joshua Tree, Psychedelia, Lore from the days of old and Folk from all corners of the earth.
Margot Polo - Sing Hallelujah
As a solo artist and producer, Provenzano leans even further into the world of the electronic power anthem, turning to 90s and early-2000s pop and R&B for inspiration while ditching any hint of the philosophical in favor of beach-friendly, tongue-in-cheek lyrics about West Coast living.
LNLY - Feed Your Soul
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Cara Hammond - No
'No' is the perfect showcase of Cara’s distinctive, silky vocals and un-paralleled talent for songwriting. The song was inspired by a holiday to Prague, where Cara and her friends were dancing in a nightclub. Cara says, "We met some guys in there and we were all having fun, dancing together…but when we wouldn’t go home with them they became really hostile. It seems it’s a common problem that girls are constantly having to say ‘No’ in situations like this, and so many more. The song came naturally, and for me it’s an anthem for ‘no means no'''.