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'Top 5' Weekly Music Round-Up

We Speak Media | ‘Top 5’ Weekly Music Round-Up (05.07.24)

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Find the latest new music in our ‘Top 5’ weekly music round-up here at We Speak Media. In this weekly feature, we will be bringing you the hottest new acts and music out there.

My Autumn Amor ‘Mermaid Blood’

The song and album Mermaid Blood were inspired by My Autumn Amor’s recent role in Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. In addition, he composed the original music for the play. His range as an artist is evident in the way he skillfully combines the raw energy of alternative indie rock with it.

Gerem3 ‘Safe Space’

Gerem3 releases “Safe Space,” his well-executed new track. The song, which has synth-heavy background, soulful, exquisite vocals, and alternative sounds with R&B components, talks about the good and negative experiences of a secret relationship in “situationship.” The song, which displays his remarkable growth as an artist, demonstrates his unshakable commitment to his craft and his ascent to unprecedented new creative heights.

Lucas Elliott ‘Fairytale’

With his vibrant first track “Fairytale,” UK-based artist Lucas Elliott is making his public debut after spending the previous several months refining and expanding his style. The tune will be included on his upcoming first EP, which is a gorgeously shimmering and lush introduction to his music thus far. His upbeat and cheery vocals are within an engrossing dream-pop arrangement, and this opening track is a great way to start things off.

Foxamous X Nasty Jack ‘Pint with the Lads’

Nasty Jack’s latest song, “Pint with the Lads,” a collaboration with Foxamous, is a summer favourite. Appearing as the soundtrack for the season, this offering marks the most recent milestone in their dynamic careers. The song, which showcases their incredible artistic developments, shows their unwavering dedication to their work and their rise to hitherto unheard-of creative heights.

Pharmacists ‘Heart of the Nation’

In “Heart of the Nation,” Pharmacists’ mesmerising vocals illustrate the strains of the modern world while promoting a message of unity. The words of the song ask the listener to widen their eyes. This lesson is especially relevant in the fast-paced world of today when it occasionally appears that power triumphs over people. This song has the potential to become a favourite among both fans and new listeners.

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'Top 5' Weekly Music Round-Up

We Speak Media | ‘Top 5’ Weekly Music Round-Up (12.07.24)

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Find the latest new music in our ‘Top 5’ weekly music round-up here at We Speak Media. In this weekly feature, we will be bringing you the hottest new acts and music out there.

Tom Neilson ‘Brother’

With “This Love I Know,” his debut solo EP, the highly regarded Australian singer-songwriter Tom Neilson returns to the spotlight. The standout tune on the EP is “Brother.” The EP, which explored themes of love, loss, and hope, was produced by Josh Beattie and mastered by Paul Blakey. It marks the beginning of a new chapter in Neilson’s storytelling career.

ROJS ‘You Now’

The latest single “You Now” by Slovenian musician ROJS, who splits his time between London and Los Angeles, is a masterful example of his originality and flexibility combined with excellent production. This track, which is taken from his upcoming debut album “Inner Light,” captures the genuine feeling that ROJS felt following the death of his grandmother. It has rich vocals, a melancholy piano, and ambient noise for a contemplative listening experience.

The Entitled Sons ‘Jocelyn’

“Jocelyn” demonstrates how The Entitled Sons are capturing their fans while stretching musical limits. Inspired by musicians such as Arctic Monkeys, Muse, Foo Fighters, and Royal Blood, the group’s latest release demonstrates their ability to craft unique songs based on personal experiences. Its delectable fusion of rock sensibility gives listeners a catchy melody.

JAIZE ‘nostaglia64’

“nostaglia64” puts a lot of work into showcasing his evolving musical style and aptitude. JAIZE is contemplating his life while listening to a vintage hip-hop track. Written with skilful lyrics, he demonstrates his versatility as a musician. JAIZE’s captivating song “nostaglia64” is taken from his mixtape, ENDGAME. The song demonstrates both his flexibility as a musician and his dedication to it.

Ronzoni Hines ‘Last Night’

This song is a modern R&B classic that masterfully blends catchy melodies with pulsating instrumentals. Ronzoni Hines’ emotive vocals and devastating lyrics provide a truly immersive listening experience that expertly captures the intensity of fleeting moments. His music combines elements of contemporary and classic R&B, drawing inspiration from well-known artists like James Brown, Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, and Ne-Yo. He stands out in the music industry with his unique way of fusing rich melodies, meaningful words, and captivating sounds.

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