Garçons – Numba One (Submission)
Men, when they aren’t being selfish or mean toward women, they are a gift from God. We want to be around them, date them, and perhaps, marry and start a family with them. Based on the words of his song, it seems the happy-go-lucky musician feels the same way about his love interest. In a creatively free movie, Garçons, Canadian recording artist appears in a pink mink and various other unlikely places, to ask the woman on his mind to let him know if he can be her number one. Watch the well-done music video directed by Julian Strangelove below. The visual for the stylish blonde artist premiered on NOISEY yesterday.
Televisor – Lead You There featuring Simon Green (Submission)
There’s a happiness that fills the room when we pressed play on this one. I used to tell my former boyfriend that this is ‘cookout music’. Black people in, and from the South, mastered the many ways to put their signature passionate vocalists atop Disco beats—and beyond. Simon Green, the vocalist on this collaboration, isn’t American, but the same sort of thing is present. When I closed my eyes, as the song played, I saw couples and trios rollerskating to ‘Lead You There’. Some wore afros, others wore bell bottoms, and ahead of them were people in current trends. Yes, the single is a soulful record that sounds like it was written and composed in the late 70s to the early 80s but it came out yesterday! Dutch producer, Televisor, enlisted British singer Simon Green for the danceable tune. Stream it now. Next, add it to your Summer playlists. Then, play it around your parents! They will appreciate the groove.
Louis La Roche & Mylo – Lovers (Submission)
‘Let’s be lovers tonight.’ Is this the unofficial anthem for one-night stands? Listen, if all one-night stands were nearly as good as this song, we might have more of them. Ladies, help me out. Is it me or do some men start to act childish when we’re in control of the relationship? And don’t try to “quit” a man that you’re not committed to, it’ll just turn into an unnecessary battle… Forty-seven phone calls later and we are still not in a better place than where we started. And for that reason, now, you have to listen to Louis La Roche & Mylo’s new record, ‘Lovers’. I’ve given way too many details about my personal life.
Jachary – Freaks Will Multiply (Submission)
In a sci-fi lullaby-like soundscape, Jachary, a New York City-based singer sings about the weak refusing to die, the future, and more. As a self-proclaimed freak, I don’t think there’s anything that could go wrong if we multiply. We, the creative ones, are the tribes of people that keep the world entertained and in order. Therefore, I think this one is for us. An anthem of sorts. Listen to the enchanting song below.
La Félix – Feel So Good (Submission)
Imagine being contempt within yourself and feeling as good as La Félix’s latest record. The funky ‘Feel So Good’ is a self-released banger that will make you want to cut some rug. If I didn’t have the details in front of me, I would think it was a new Bruno Mars song. He’s been the guy to keep the following sound at the forefront of music. Get into the cutting edge (Nu) Disco track by the New Zealand producer below.
Golan – Rocket Love featuring Island Chain (Submission)
‘Rocket Love’ is a musical composition about the different kinds of love. As couples enjoy each other’s company on the beach, the sensual vocals provided by Island Chain bring the story to life. Watch the cinematic video for the Romanian artist Golan’s new song below. Personally, I enjoyed the shot of the woman sitting at the edge of what appears to be an abandoned rooftop pool. With an old-school camcorder in hand, she films priceless moments of her friends and lover as they enjoy themselves.
Arian Gamboa – Fake Friends (Submission)
Speaking each word with precision, Adrian Gamboa raps about ‘friends’, who don’t have goodness in their heart for you. Using the ‘Back Stabbers’ by The O’Jays to accentuate his experience, the Riverside, California-based rapper-producer reintroduces a classic into modern day. Hear the record below.
TITUS – AFTER HOURS (Submission) (Bonus)
Do you ever find yourself looking for the next thing to get into after an event? Depending on how lit the previous situation was, you might want to maintain that energy or dial it back a bit. Well, New Jersey-native singer TITUS has a new track for that moment. Cue this up when you’re in the car, the GPS has the coordinates for the next adventure, and you’re on your way to the situation.