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Five new tracks that have instantly caught our attention lately. There’s music for all tastes today in our Cloud Droppings #indiansummer edition. Discover, like and share around with your friends. Make sure you also follow these artists as they update their socials often.

The funky alt-soul single is like a cross between semi-electronic groups Milky Chance and Glass Animals, with an even groovier synth beat and an undeniable flow. via The Deli (NYC)


With its pulsating bassline and euphoric chorus, Calm of the Sea goes a long way in crafting its own journey, abiding by no rule as it raises you to dizzying futuristic heights. “It’s a snapshot of where I am in my life.” explains SHOR, “I went into the studio feeling frustrated about something in my personal life and felt so inspired lyrically, it just clicked straight away; Joe Kearns (Calm Of The Sea producer) and I got the whole track down in a day!”. via Scientists Of Sound

There’s something subtly captivating about the piano chords that kick off Belgian rapper Josly Meso‘s “Better Off Alone” – a sense of calm tinged with something deeper. That same sense underlies the rest of the track, and Josly’s overall style. He’s not the most energetic rapper; but, while the song might only having you nodding your head as far as any onlooker is concerned, it has a contagiously introspective vibe that you’re bound to catch.

Words by Jon.

Swiss born, vocalist and songwriter FAY (born Nour Alessandra Fahmy), has an innovative approach to Pop and R&B. She started singing and experimenting with music from a young age, quickly becoming clear that this is the path for her. Moving from Switzerland, to Amman in Jordan and finally to London has majorly affected the influence and style of music that she creates. Having been releasing music through Soundcloud for the past few years, she has a repertoire of tracks that appeal to both the masses and niche audiences.

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