Fresher Sounds – The best new music - 11/07/2017
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Summer is here, or at least it was, and the festival season is in full swing. If you’re looking for new artists to soundtrack your summer away from the stages, look no further. Thinking of creating a new playlist for the plane on your way to your relaxing holiday? As always Fresher Sounds has the best new tunes to fill your every need. Talmont – Moving Further Than Before With an Amy Winehouse-esque attitude creeping onto this slice of electro-jazz, you can't go wrong. Its classic jazz meets modern beats fusion with powerful vocals makes it an excellent asset to your essential BBQ playlist this summer. Smooth Ends – Be a Man With an instant hook and catchy piano keys 'Be A Man' Smooth Ends latest cut is bound to get your foot tapping. Smooth Ends have the same flavour as a sister band called ‘Peace’. It's a proper contradiction, the dark lyrics aren't as happy as the chiming psychedelic/disco guitar and funky bass would have you believe. “You know I’ve tried so hard to be a man”, the theme of the song relates to not being able to hold on to emotions you’ve kept bottled up inside; but with the upbeat, cheery vibe, there’s a sense of acceptance to this theme. Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes – Wildflowers If you’re a big fan of The Killers, you'll love this, it’s the perfect driving song. The constant fast-pace beat with coarse guitars instantly pick you off your feet. Third Culture Kings – Flamingo The new iPhone project led by Jan Johansen (Glorybox) and Alap Momin (dälek) collides a mass of different styles! Debut track 'Flamingo' mixes classic singer-songwriter styles with a deep dub mix and scattered 80s synth pads. It’s your perfect picnic-in-the-park, sunglasses on, kind of affection. Dan Raza – Two
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