#5NewTracks to get you through the week (Tree Thomas, Arborview)

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This week’s #5NewTracks list consists of Travis Tillery, Tree Thomas, Arborview, and more.

 


Tree Thomas

Photo: Courtesy of Tree Thomas’ website


Sleep State – Awkward (Submission)

Who doesn’t like music that makes them happier within the moment? That’s what happens to me whenever I’ve streamed “Awkward” by Sleep State. It’s also a cute song about a man in love. Check it out.


Travis Tillery – Dipped in Florida (Submission)

Happily, Travis Tillery’s “Dipped in Florida” starts off like a Frank Ocean song. Then, there’s odd layering that doesn’t sound pleasant to my ear at 0:47. Regardless, I like what the Miami-native is doing. I look forward to seeing and hearing more. The track is from the singer’s new mixtape entitled, Kiss the Rings, Bitch! Stream the new record now.


Moss Kena – Square One (Submission)

How beautiful is his voice? Moss Kena is dangerous. This king is sonically tipping Bilal and D’Angelo ranges. It’s hard to believe he’s a newcomer, but what isn’t surprising is Zane Lowe’s premiere support on “Square One.” I’ll be on the lookout for more from the outstanding British singer.


Fann & Dave Audé – Shiny Things (Submission)

Festival season in the US is on its way. And that’s what Fann & Dave Audé’s “Shiny Things” sounds like it was made for—honestly. Check out the new track that reminds me of an MIA without the politics. Personally, I hope they’re at SXSW this year. I’d like to hear it on loudspeakers.


JayRõ – Roll It (Submission)

If ever wondered what Hip-Hop music sounds like from the Czech Republic now you know. Personally, I liked the second verse a lot. It is the flow and him wishing that his bitch doesn’t wear a choker. Poor thing. Check out JayRõ’s track entitled, “Roll It” featuring Unique below.


Arborview – Fade (Submission) (Bonus)

My goodness! Were you alive in the nineties? Do you understand the amazement that is Blink 182? Then, you could probably understand why I enjoy what Arborview creates. It’s been a good while since I’ve heard new music like theirs. It’s exciting. It’s nostalgic. Check out “Fade” by the Sydney, Australian band below.


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