Friday, August 17, 2018

New Music Friday #71

Happy New Music Friday everyone! Below you will find a roundup of some of this week's best new music by some of today's most promising female artists. Also, be sure to check out our comprehensive Spotify playlist at the bottom of this page which includes all these songs plus songs that we previously featured earlier this week.
Enjoy! xoxo

Ailbhe Reddy - "Shame"

Ainslie - "Grow"

Allie X - "Science"

Amanda Tenfjord - "No Thanks"

Asha Jefferies - "Everybody Talks"

Aurora - "Forgotten Love"

Ava Max - "Sweet but Psycho"

Bishop Briggs - "Baby"

Charlee Remitz - "To Tell You The Truth" (Acoustic)

Cherryade - "Got You Good"

Danelle Sandoval (feat. French Braids) - "Hands"

Dizzy Fae - "Lifestyle"

Dreweybear & Julia Thompson - "The One"

Elaska - "Blew It"

Femme (feat. Nova) - "Be Shy"

Jaguar Jonze - "You Got Left Behind"

Jarina De Marco - "Bilingual"

Jess Connelly - "Call Me"

Josie Moon - "Call Me"

Kate Lomas - "Drink 2 U"

Kill J - "Strange Fruits of the Sea"

Lenay (feat Zara Bash) - "La La Land"

Lo - "Naked"

LPX - "Might Not Make It Home"

Lucia - "Summertime"

Noita - "Velvet"

Olive B - "Illusion"

Polarheart - "Haunted, Dreamless, Restless, Sleepless"

RABBII - "Slow Dance"

Sara Diamond - "Crash"

Say Lou Lou - "Golden Child"

So Below - "Drive"

Somebody's Daughter - "Falling For You"

Sophie Beem - "Stars"

Stasney Mav - "Bullet"

Sugarcane - "One Specific Thing"

TYSM - "Lights On"

Uffie - "Sideways"

Valencé - "Lights"

Wax (feat. Krysta Youngs) - "Better When You're High"

Zoey Lily - "Black & White"

Olivia Grace - Safe

22-year-old Los Angeles-based alt-pop artist Olivia Grace has today released her brand new single entitled "Safe", which simply put, is as mesmerizing as it is emotional. Written and produced by Olivia herself, the track was co-written with Josh Wood (Snugs, Lost Midas) and engineered, mixed, and co-produced by Dave Burris (Saro, RKCB) at Mateo Sound in Downtown LA. With her previous two singles, "Blackbird" and "Shoestrings", Olivia quickly captured the attention of major media outlets such as Galore Magazine, Earmilk, Balcony TV, and Dash Radio, and has performed at at prominent venues such as Peppermint Club, Hotel Cafe, The Resident, and more throughout LA. This past spring, Olivia signed her first sync deal with All Media Music Group, home to Mikky Ekko, Joshua Radin, RIVVRS, and more.

Speaking on the track, Olivia says:

"I wrote 'Safe' while falling in love in a past relationship. It was thrilling and beautiful; there were so many new adventures. “Safe” is a really vulnerable, intimate song for me. It’s about a lot of different things— various stories woven together— but letting go of trying to control what happens next is a prominent theme throughout the song."

Listen to "Safe" below.

"Safe" is available now on iTunes.

Premiere via Ones to Watch.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Saya - Played Out

23-year-old Toronto-based chanteuse Saya has just unveiled her brand new single called "Played Out", an upbeat, R&B-infused pop masterpiece which also serves as the second single following "Side Ting" to be taken from her upcoming Sugar Coated EP, which is due for release on September 6th.

"It's probably my favorite track off the EP," Saya says. "At the time I wrote it I was going through a tough break up and it highlights the series of conversations we had. I feel like during the relationship I was still learning to love myself and there were many times where I allowed my ex to make me feel insignificant. I love this song because I watched it grow into something powerful and renewing in a sense. I've never made a dance song before and I’m happy I got to make it on my own terms, as it is something different for me. The song is a celebration of being able to accept that the relationship was done and being able to let it go."

Listen to "Played Out" below.

"Played Out" is available now on iTunes.

Premiere via The Fader.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Late Night Gems #74

Emily Blue - "Falling In Love"

Farida - "Foreplay"

Gimmemar - "Routine"

Jean Deaux - "Back 2 You"

JEFFE - "Undecided"

Joyeur - "Fast As You Can"

K8O8 - "On My Own"

Kirsten Collins - "Sugar Pop Cocaine"

Madge - "In Too Deep" (Sum 41 Cover)

Maty Noyes (feat. Hazers) - "Perspective"

Naliya - "Oh My!"

Rina Sawayama - "Cherry"

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

LeyeT - Let Me Know

Los Angeles-based indie pop artist LeyeT (pronounced "Light") continues to further cement her reputation as one of 2018's most promising newcomers by today unveiling her brand new single called "Let Me Know", the follow-up to "Most People", which was released back in early June and garnered support from the likes of Billboard, Kick Kick Snare, HighClouds, and PressPlay OK, just to name a few. With her debut offering "Don't Make Me Cry" topping Spotify’s Fresh Finds and landing in both the US and Global Viral Spotify charts as well as her previous singles "Long Way" and "Like You More" both reaching #1 on Hype Machine, LeyeT is definitely an artist who you're going to want to have on your radar.

Speaking on the inspiration behind the track, LeyeT explains:

"Are we friends or is it more? Are these feelings mutual or just in my head? Am I just nervous to blur a line that may or may not even exist? The emotions attached to 'Let Me Know' stem from two people cautiously coming to terms with an undeniable chemistry and the confusion and hesitation that follows once the realization is unquestionable. I say 'You better let me know...' making it clear that the time has come to make a move, before the feelings fade, as feelings often do, and I move on. There are always complications when two people with individual and separate lives try to 'get on the same page.' so the song reflects the moment when I reached my moment of going 'all in.'"

Listen to "Let Me Know" below.

"Let Me Know" will be available on all digital platforms tomorrow. Pre-order on iTunes.

Premiere via Substream Magazine.