This week’s selection brings us some unbridled dance from Sheenah Ko, dark cinematography from Allan Rayman, good old fashion pop punk with Simple Plan, gratitude to be alive from Sierra Pilot, soothing Basement Revolver, classic Stars, Ed Sheeran vs Bring Me The Horizon, dreamy Beach House, funky DRAMA, roadhouse Syd Carter West and romantic Tyler Shaw.
A new album with an upbeat tempo and feel, Sheenah Ko gives us a glimpse of what is to come with Wake Up. Prepare to release that bottled up energy brought on by 2 years of Pandemic numbness. Trust me…this one will get you dancing like nobody is watching.
Best listened to as you burst into a spontaneous interpretive dance while at work.
The enigmatic Allan Rayman released Bye Bye Blondie with a cinematic video of tragic proportions.
Genre: Alternative Indie
Best listened to while clinging to life in a taxi cab.
Simple Plan feat. Derrick Whibley
Simple Plan reminds us how they can create catchy punk songs with the help of Derrick Whibley (Sum 41) with Ruin My Life.
Genre: Pop Punk
Best listened to while destroying your ex’s crib.
Sierra Pilot wants us to live life to the fullest, and reminds us how to do so with Alive.
Genre: Alternative Rock
Best listened to off a cassette trying to burry the roar of a muscle car engine.
The hits just keep coming with Basement Revolver’s mix of soft vocals and hard sounds on Dissolve.
GENRE: Indie Alternative
Best listened to as you cuddle up with your soul mate.
Stars unleash their signature sound with Pretenders off their new album to come out May 27th, 2022.
Genre: Indie Alternative
Best listened to while trying to use that fake ID to get into the club.
Ed Sheeran feat. Bring Me The Horizon
Curiosity got the best of me, so I was curious as to what would happen when you sprinkled Ginger onto Bring Me The Horizon. It works, with a perfect finish.
Best listened when trying to get sober.
Bringing some synthpop vibes, Beach House released another song from their new album. Hurts to Love.
Genre: Dream Pop Indie
Best listened to while mending a broken heart.
Syd Carter West
Venom Hurts, so why cry about it? Syd Carter West sings about her pain, but won’t complain about it.
Genre: Americana/Country/Roadhouse Blues
Best listened to while trying to “suck it up prince/princess”.
Drama released a funky little number Hit My Line.
Genre: R&B Dance
Best listened to instead of dialling that bootie call.
In a month where many people are commercially forced to think about love, Tyler Shaw gives a song that will kickstart a romantic evening with your better half.
Best listened to when trying to learn half the alphabet in a romantic way.Share this :