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New Music Saturdays: 10 new songs you should hear featuring Drillminister and Bonobo

Discover ten new songs by artists you’ve probably never heard of until now.

 

Drillminister – No Deal Brexit (Submission)

From its visuals to the messages conveyed in each line, everything about the ‘No Deal Brexit’ tune encouraged me to play it over and over. Before then, I didn’t understand what was going on in Drillminster’s country, but now I have an idea. Watch the visual for the politically-charged track below.


Bonobo – Ibrik (Submission)

Bonobo, where do we begin? He has been on just about every festival lineup that matters. If you hadn’t heard his music before, we think ‘Ibrik’ is a fair shot at catching up to his genius. The new mix will become available February 22 on the Fabric London label. In the interim, listen to what we have.


Paris Love-Child – Don’t Leave It Alone (Submission)

If you’re in the mood for a funky eighties throwback that you can sashay and vogue to, British singer-songwriter Paris Love-Child creates the vibes. The artist submitted music in the past, within a different genre, but I think this is the best style for her as a budding artist looking to break into the industry. Stick with it until it takes you out of obscurity. It did wonders for Azealia Banks.


Hyde Park Brass – House Rules (Submission)

As the big beat sound pushes itself to the one-minute mark, another instrument joins in to ‘soften’ the hardness of ‘House Rules’. Similar to the ‘Coming to America’ soundtrack, Hyde Park Brass shows us what World/Jazz music sounds like in 2019. Give them the ear they need.


Cole Connor – Root (Submission)

With a vocal range that reminds me of Kendrick Lamar, and Jay IDK, Cole Connor shares ‘Root’, a song that details not wanting to have small talk, political views, and more. In it, he says a line about our current President that he knows will have people divided. If you feel strongly about anything, you may want to listen to the smooth South Carolina-based artist’s new song below.


Pieternel – Run No More (Submission)

Ironically, I was told not to run away from someone this week, so this song is making me cringe right now. It is not to say that it is not a beautiful track. It is. Unfortunately, it reminds me of the wasted time with the person that I couldn’t ever get back. There’s a song for everything and everyone. Hear Pieternel’s ‘Run No More’ below to see if it is for you. It is a proper Country song with a video produced by Jasper Goedman.


Jorel Corpus – Don’t Worry (Submission)

How often do you hear songs about Jesus Christ that sounds like this song? Not much? We understand. Well according to the artist, ‘Don’t Worry’ is meant to encourage people and to help people with anxiety. I was gutted and heartbroken again tonight, so the tune comes right on time. Here’s Christian music that an Athiest could equally enjoy. Play Jorel Corpus’ track now.


Maple & Beech – Side-Eye (Submission)

The power of the side-eye should not ever receive an underestimation. Hence, it is why I believe the seven-piece Minnesota band created a song with its name as the title. Listen to the lyrics to hear the edgy descriptive lyrics.


Sweeney – Aw Jeez! (Submission)

In a short song, Denver rapper Sweeney gets his new fans up to beat with who he is. Without a doubt, he has a unique voice. No wonder he’s rising in his local scene. Listen to the well-covered track now.


Pat Lok & Party Pupils – From the Back featuring Dances with White Girls (Submission)

Have you ever watched the cool kids dance to House music? There is a unity that occurs on the dancefloor when they’re out there. That’s what it makes me think of, and a song that TRPL BLK would make.


Written by Richardine Bartee

It’s her unprejudiced love for people that’s taken her this far. Join Richardine on her journey as she writes history into existence, one article at a time. Richardine is a member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs.

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