The first NMF of March 2022. We’ve found some awesome tracks this week to introduce you to, each having a distinct vibe and passion that is hard to resist. As always, click the pics for a listen.
Casey Dubie – Invisible
Invisible is the second single from Dubie’s EP, half-hearted, showcasing the Nashville-based singer’s beautifully flagrant vocals against gentle acoustic guitar and intense lyrics. The track is part of the song catalogue that helped Dubie process the world being on pause and uses its gentle atmosphere to portray the difficulties and frailties of the situation. A listen to get lost in.
Render Ghosts – Keeping My Number
Lovely, warm 80s-tinged pop is the name of the game with Render Ghosts’ Keeping My Number. With a life-affirming sound that brings different musical personalities together, the track builds against jaunty rhythms and a settled beat that throws the track forward in an inspiring way. A fantastic way to start the weekend.
Twuna x Ist drmr – Stay
A delightful indie-pop sound that is hard to resist. As playful guitar leads the track into a happy place, the vocals enter the fray delivering the lyrics with invigorating style. The guitar work reminds of 90s bands in its choppy refrain, and it’s this raw, pop-laden flow that really helps bring the track out of its shell. A delight to listen to.
Eva Rose King – Sunburn
Taken from album On the Other Side the docile tones and warm melodies of Sunburn show off Eva Rose King’s penchant for settled folk flows and caressing build-ups. The way her vocals dance around the pleasant atmosphere is mesmerising and shows the singer-songwriter knows how to manipulate music to create a fruitful and enigmatic sound.
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