This [email protected] morning playlist consists of Jack Watts, Sage Baker, ShinyRD, and more.
Mike SB – New Things (Submission)
Wake up to the smooth jazzy sounds that are “New Things” by Mike SB. The young man has the gift of effortlessly making something that’s worth other people’s time. I’d play the short soundscape more than once. Miaz, you did a lovely job with the production. Please, keep going.
Jack Watts – Glass Houses (Submission)
Just in case we needed a morning reminder about the petty world we live in, British singer-songwriter Jack Watts shares that he is digusted with people who are disgusted with little things on “Glasses Houses”. I can concur. Don’t waste anymore time reading my thoughts. Hear the remarkable record below now.
Sage Baker – SWISH (Submission)
There’s no other way to say what I am about to type. “SWISH”, produced by Sumwum, sounds like it belongs on an Adult Swim television spot. The Dallas, Texas-based singer Sage Baker takes the production to another place with his sexy vocals about a lover who he feeds when he has food. He knows they are too young for marriage, but it doesn’t stop him from loving his partner.
Andrey Azizov – Feel Like featuring Chloe Gendrow (Submission)
Hearing that someone wants to give you something you’ve been missing has to be one of the most charming things to hear. Check out “Feel Like” featuring Missoula, Montana-born singer Chloe Gendrow below. It’s an alluring sequence. Personally, I think her and the Bostonian producer Andrey Azizov are a match-made in musical heaven.
ShinyRD – @@@ (At) (Submission)
Future Bass, or anything of the sort, wakes me up inside. It’s the reason why the Indian maestro—ShinyRD—caught my attention. He is a mad man. Stream the incomparable madness below.
False Heads – Retina (Submission) (Bonus)
Fresh off of their European tour, British badasses, the False Heads are back with the power-punching track called, “Retina”. The Essex trio have been praised by many a publications, and even received support from BBC 1. So, what does a false head look like? Who knows, but you can start to imagine by allowing the music to take you over. Check out the sweltering hot tune below.
Carlos Vara – NUMB (Submission) (Bonus)
Battling with yourself and self-discovery are phases that most humans go through when they reach a certain age. Those moments in his life is where Carlos Vara found inspiration to write the songs he sings. Being twenty-years-old is quite the adventure. You’re older than eighteen, but not twenty-one. It might not feel like the best moments of his life—right now—but his experiences will allow him to write the rawest material in his musical career. Personally, I commend the Nashville, Tennesse musician on his braveness.