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December 2018

Unaware by bailie
2018-12-24 — 2018-12-30

"Unaware" was made from scratch in Bailie's bedroom during a time in which she felt very much "in her feelings." She describes the beat as electrified pop beat with deep cuts and beautiful tones, and she relates to the lyrics personally ("They're written for the one I love. I enjoy creating love songs and life songs that people can relate to, and I strongly believe this clean track fulfills anyone! It goes out to the people with an aching heart on their sleeve!").

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A fun little tune off of his debut album "Red," this song was made because the sauce is important (and Pootie has it in excess: "I want everyone to know that my sauce is supreme. I also have the juice, but that's a whole different song. If you wanna talk about the juice that's fine - get around me and you'll be drowning in it. Also my juice is thick af, so thick it could easily be confused with sauce. But don't get it twisted: they're two separate things.")

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Amphetamines by ethkn
2018-12-24 — 2018-12-30

This is an experimental track (the first of its kind that ethkn has made). As someone who's tried many different sounds over the past year, it feels like an accomplishment to him to now be able to hone in on one that feels idiosyncratic and authentic. "Amphetamines" was recorded in his basement a couple weekends ago as a beginning to his project called The Silver Scene (thesilverscene.bandcamp.com), which started with the idea of remixing an old commercial for Sominex.

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Lavender by Ruza
2018-12-24 — 2018-12-30

Ruza has been experiencing severe guitar-induced hand pain since last October (he even had to quit his band because of it). He has only recently been able to pick up the instrument and songwriting once more. "Lavender," as a result, has some pretty happy undertones to it. Ruza is currently forming a concept around a few songs he's already written and plans to write (it's kind of a sci-fi/romance story). "I think with all the negativity that has surrounded my life especially this past year," he shares on the inspiration behind the song, "I had an urge to write something pretty upbeat."

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Lift You by idk
2018-12-24 — 2018-12-30

"Lift You" is an uplifting summer vibes song. It was made in Boston while the artist was sad and needed to make some good, positive music. (It does manage to emotionally lift them up, for what it's worth. Hopefully it does the same for you. Enjoy.)

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i dig it. i too find it emotionally uplifting. thank you
2018-12-26 07:01:33

Yury describes "Spend" as aesthetic with substance (he self produced, wrote, recorded, mixed, and mastered the song). His music provides listeners with what they've been craving: a sense of authenticity and a new trap sound. Existential musings combined with boundary pushing melodies and 808s.

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Ascending by Form and Chaos
2018-12-10 — 2018-12-16

Jeremy Strachan is a solo musician/producer from Barrie, ON, Canada. He makes guitar-based emotional art rock and loves John Frusciante (formerly of the Red Hot Chili Peppers). This song, like much of his work, is about the existential dilemmas of the human experience, like leaving a legacy and growing beyond ourselves.

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Search for Peace by Carter Johnson
2018-12-10 — 2018-12-16

A 16 year old kid from Texas who plays every instrument on his tracks, "Search for Peace" is one of his first jazz recordings with standards that he likes (despite a lifelong love for the genre). This is a cover of a McCoy Tyner song.

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Party Boutique is living in a city where he doesn't know anybody, unemployed and job-hunting for a job he knows he'll never be happy doing. He feels like the walking dead at 28. This song is a reflection of the fear and anxiety that goes with that, but set to a delightful hip-hop beat.

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A sleepy, stinky boy from the Midwest, William Space looks to make music that gives people the heebie-jeebies. "Split Ace" is a cut from his first album. "If you like complaining and screaming into a void, then this might be your cup of tea. Enjoy!"

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