[new] Wilkinson, Becky Hill – “Here For You” (174bpm Dmaj)
[new] Caribou – “You Can Do It” (128bpm Dmaj)
Want to get yourself motivated? This odd ditty might fit the bill. Don’t think you can make it to the end of the song before going insane? YOU CAN DO IT.
[new] Claire Rosinkranz – “Frankenstein” (120bpm Dmaj)
[new] Rose Betts – “Recovery” (79bpm Dmaj)
[new] Dayglow – “Woah Man” (80bpm Dmaj)
[new] Dagny – “It’s Only A Heartbreak” (166bpm Dmaj)
Tired of Taylor Swift’s narcissistic bullshit? Here’s a great pop tune and a great music video from Norwegian singer Dagny. I really like Backbeat too. Besides expertly written and produced pop records, Dagny has some other things going for her as well: she presents herself with class and doesn’t feel the need to act like a slut / stripper, she brings a wholesome, positive vibe with her genuine smile and friendly disposition, and thankfully she hasn’t yet foisted her politics on us (yet.) Hopefully she can stay on her current course which seems to be working quite well for her.
[new] Mura Masa, Georgia – “Live Like We’re Dancing” (120bpm Dmaj)
A nice little ditty by Mura Masa, a producer from Guernsey. Yeah, I had to look it up too. It’s an island in the English Channel right off the Coast of Normandy, France. Fun fact: Guernsey is not actually a country; it’s a bailiwick. Neat. Anyway, this is a happy little tune to put you in a good mood. I decided to not let the way the singer says the word “dancing” (“dawn-sing“) bother me.
[new] Tame Impala – “Lost In Yesterday,” (122bpm D♯min) “Borderline,” (98bpm Cmin) and “It Might Be Time” (115bpm Dmaj)
Tame Impala is Australian producer Kevin Parker. His stuff is top shelf in production and sound design. His last album was released in 2015. Over the last couple months, he’s been releasing singles that will be on his next album The Slow Rush which is to be released on February 14, 2020. I love this stuff.