Following the success of their debut release “Good For You” back in September, The Keymakers now return to deliver their second single “Flipside”. Having already amassed over 300k plays on Spotify in just their first two months with “Good For You’, the two brothers who live together in Boston hope to build upon these early successes with their new release.
“Flipside” is a track that actually came together pretty quickly for us,” said Rederic. The duo created the song from different cities about a week before meeting up in Toronto for some studio time. “I know Flipside is kind of a dated term”, said Rome, “but as soon as Rederic sent me the beat and I heard that word in my head, I knew that’s what we were going to call the song”. The track is about cutting ties with that person who tries to come crawling back into the fold after turning their back on you. Looking back at his writing process, Rome remembers “I think everyone knows some people who kind of fade away when things aren’t looking so hot and then come out of the woodwork when things are going well. This is about breaking free from that person who is only there for all the wrong reasons.”
The new single also features the first verse yet of Rederic rapping. “On my way to the studio, I had a 9-hour drive from school to Toronto. I played the beat over and over again on my phone, thinking of different lines and flows in my head until I finally decided to start writing them down.” Rederic wasn’t sure he was going to include the verse in the final version of the song, but Rome, who had never even heard him rap before, was blown away by it. “Flipside represents somewhat of a different element for us, introducing the rap component,” Rome said. “And that’s what we want to do,” added Rederic. “With this song, it’s a rap. With our third song, it might be something entirely different. We want to keep our listeners on their toes and keep changing up what we bring–that’s what keeps it fun.”
Following the release of Flipside, The Keymakers are planning a stream of new releases in 2018 in addition to a performance tour. “We can’t wait to keep the momentum going into the new year, and have some collaborations with amazing artists that we’re really excited about,” said Rome. “Then getting out there and playing these songs for our fans–that’s where the fun really starts.”
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“Friends” Is The Mellow, Soulful Pop Debut From ROME
If you’re not familiar with Romina’s music, “Friends” is a good soulful pop song to get started. The Houston-based singer and songwriter makes her grand debut under her new ROME alias. In fact, she’s stepping in the right direction after a longstanding career in different girl groups and on side projects (Romy Lombardo/Romy Lynn). The necessity of change in welcoming fresh ideas always gives good results. Clearly, “Friends” provides such a good example of her initiative, hitting over 8K streams via Spotify.
On the one hand, her gentle voice is perfect for the mellow beats. While on the other, genuine lyrics express deep feelings of jealousy and disappointment. It’s kinda like a deeply personal story, and I love how she’s completely upfront about it. Moreover, its enveloping dreaminess is packed with sincere emotions into almost three and a half minutes. I feel like this tune got me so involved in her music that I now need to see what happens next… Fortunately, the evolving Pop artist confirms there will be the second single in October, so stay tuned on her socials below!
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Snooknuk Offers Educational Music For Kids With New Album
When it comes to educational music for kids, Snooknuk‘s new album becomes a good point of reference. To be more precise, I’m talking about her second material, ‘Once Upon A Day: A Lot More Funny’, available to stream on all major platforms. Interestingly, each song will motivate your children to learn positive values. The proper tones in which Snooknuk carries her voice also spark the fantasy, which matches their imaginative capacity.
Besides that, the sing-along nature of the whole project facilitates learning essential life lessons through cheerful songs. Overall, her style and vibe are fed with colorful pop beats. Hailing from Los Angeles, the singer and songwriter is making a name for herself for her useful contribution to different educational programs and events. Nowadays, parents want their kids to grow in self-esteem, so I would recommend this album if you want to explore with them new learning concepts in an enjoyable way.
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Relaxing Instrumental Music To Escape Into, Meet Vincent Krennerich
Nobody can’t deny there’s a sense of escapism through Vincent Krennerich’s fantastic music. In fact, listening to his Neoclassical-style melodies is a great way to relax.
Nobody can’t deny there’s a sense of escapism through Vincent Krennerich‘s fantastic music. In fact, listening to his Neoclassical-style melodies is a great way to relax. Creatively, the German pianist and composer create unique stories with soft instrumentals that puts you in a trance. Emotional and delicate piano chords will relieve your stress. With a blend of influences from Max Richter to Olafur Arnalds, Vincent delivers beautiful atmospherics that lower your blood pressure levels to return to baseline straight off. Strange at it seems, he has no formal musical education. Of course, the 21-year-old artist is a natural talent. He studied psychology for about three years and is now seeking a career as a biologist. Nevertheless, he has countless of dreamy tracks uploaded on Spotify under his belt you won’t want to miss. Keep an eye out for more information and forthcoming pieces below.
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It’s Chill Time Music! Stream Roseblud’s Shimmering Tune “Miss Sunshine”
For those who want to chill out with the proper melodies, Roseblud has got you covered. His shimmering tune “Miss Sunshine” magically transport you to the beach in mere seconds. It must be said, the song itself adheres to everything that represents summertime. Likewise, it’s kinda romantic while it has an optimistic message within the lyrics. In a creative manner, he adds rap verses in the middle of the track. Therefore, this brilliant formula puts forward dynamism and character to the whole composition.
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Love Pop Songs? You’ll Be Listening To Boston-Based Angelo David On Loop
Whether you’re in the mood for discovering new indie artists or fresh pop songs, I would suggest you listen to Angelo David. Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, his lyrics revolve around teen issues and everyday problems. His debut single “Feelgood” is catchy as hell, and has surpassed 10K streams in a short period of time. Currently, he is promoting “B & W”, a fresh cut that feels more like a modern ballad. After years of being a self-taught singer, he is ready to attend the USC Thornton School of Music.
Believe it or not, Angelo David has won several awards at independent film festivals thanks to his striking music videos. Nowadays, he’s being mentored by the one and only, Marc Delcore, who worked with Britney Spears for years. Definitely, we need to praise his singing, but his skills also excel at playing the keyboards and mixing/mastering his own tracks.
Inspired by Khalid, Troy Sivan, and Halsey, his compositions shove singable choruses. In his own words, he describes life as a rollercoaster with higher highs and lower lows, but music has always been there for him. Personally, I also believe music provide you something to face the world in. Without further ado, discover his recent gems below.
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