“I wrote ‘Mount Rushmore’ because I wanted to write a song about having fun…which is actually easier said than done! Songwriting comes pretty naturally when you’re in an introspective mood or just having one of those days, but when you’re out having a good time with you friends you’re usually much too busy having fun to take a minute and write! That said, ‘Mount Rushmore’ was about as much fun as I’ve had writing and recording a song. The tune loosely follows our escapades on a given night in a certain Nevada gambling town, with the title coming from us all trying to keep a “stone face” for a squad photo right after downing some $3 shots of nameless whiskey. Not my strong suit…pretty sure I winced If this song comes on in a bar and gets people to have a drink/take an embarrassing photo with their friends, then my work here is done…”
The inspiration behind Alexander Howard’s solo debut came out of a songwriting trip to Los Angeles. During a late night Hollywood session, the singer and multi-instrumentalist dialed in on writing artful Pop, crafting guitars, synth, and soulful hooks.
Returning to his hometown of New York, he immediately set to work honing his voice and sound that would become his first solo efforts with Robopop, the masterminds behind Lana Del Ray’s “Video Games” and Maroon 5’s “Payphone.”
Written and co-produced by Howard, the songs take inspiration from all walks of pop, ranging from sixties Motown to Top40 indie pop. Woven together by Howard’s pop rock vocals, his thematic songwriting and a sense of style all is own, this diverse offering is one of the most relevant NYC pop debuts in the current landscape.
Off-stage and outside the recording studio, Howard is a highly involved in New York’s fashion community and has been featured in various society and editorial features in the New York Times and notable fashion blogs.
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You’ll Listen To This Song On Loop For Hours, “Drowning” By Armen Paul
Armen Paul‘s “Drowning” is surely an Indie Pop song you will listen to on loop for hours. With his velvet-smooth singing voice, he lends an important message of empathy. Of course, putting yourself in someone else’s shoes is not an easy task for those of you who aren’t highly sensitive like artists. For this reason, his dense lyricism is worthy of admiration. “Drowning” was inspired by feelings of anguish that someone can feel during isolation and the fear of asking for help. Check it out!
In this song, Armen Paul speaks the same language of thousands of people that were deeply affected by the pandemic. Immediately, listeners will connect with his fervent verses and understand there’s always a helping hand even at the most critical moments. On a side note, “Drowning” was produced by Rad Cat (Blackbear, Mike Posner, T-Pain) and it’s impossible not to get hooked by its contemporary sound. At the end of the day, if this fabulous tune is not yet on heavy radio rotation, then you won’t mind when it gets stuck in your head.
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DeMute Unveils Beautiful Chill Melodies To Listen To After A Breakup
“The Door” by DeMute is a beautiful song that evokes memories and brings back nostalgic times instantly. In some way, the chill melodies become the best companion to examine the past. If I’m not mistaken, “The Door” talks about someone who wants to repair a broken relationship. Essentially, lyrics offer vivid imagery and strong emotions, which is enough to capture your ear.
This time the British talent who is also known for producing EDM gems intertwines chill melodies with Pop. Magically, here the piano keys put listeners in a trance. What’s more, the vocalist conveys the message of a wounded heart that yearns to be back with his lover. If you’re actually going through the ups and downs of a breakup, “The Door” will be so relatable on many levels. Stream it below via Spotify.
Learn More About DeMute
– What are you known for?
Fusing EDM, House, Chill-House, and Pop.
– Have you collaborated with a popular producer or artist?
Yes, TaySounds (https://taysounds.com).
– Have you received coverage in local or international media?
As a DJ, I was featured on Pulse Radio.
– How much experience or expertise do you have in music?
Over 10 years of experience.
My father was a professional musician and use to play in the famous Cavern where the Beetles played.
– Music Influences, genre
Anything EDM but love listening to Funk D’Void.
– Aspirations or hopes
My mission is to release great music that people enjoy.
– Achievements or awards, accomplishments
Ghost collaborated with a few artists that became hits.
– Other interesting details about your life and personality
I live for music.
– Album release date
– Record label or Indie
Zobe Records & Indie.
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Meet Nathan Fink, An Emerging Indie Musician From East Tennessee
Hailing from East Tennessee, Nathan Fink is making his mark on the indie music scene with “Sunshine From The Rain.“ The extraordinary debut single from the emerging musician enters the category of acoustic soft songs. Working at a chemical lab by day, writing songs by night, he started playing the guitar at 12. Having a natural talent for crafting his own songs with emotive lyrics and soul-stirring vocals is really impressive. Be sure to give it a listen right here via Spotify.
Musically speaking, you will notice his influences range from Americana, Folk, and Alt-Country music. In point of fact, he considers himself a huge fan of Eric Church who paved the way for today’s remarkable Nashville artists. Genuinely, “Sunshine From The Rain” produced by Jake Skinner, has meaningful vibes as it pulls you to questioning life and your relationship with the person you love. In addition, the sing-along chorus is packed with contagious energy. Not to mention, its bright message makes it a proper masterpiece. I hope you enjoy it and keep an eye out on his socials below.
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