Music Industry

Introducing: Deema

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The British seem to have a more refined way of saying almost anything, even "I stole your girl". On "Comfort Zone", London's Deema turns that simple sentiment into a bouncy rap...

Snoh Aalegra – Situationship

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Singer-songwriter @snohaalegra delivers her brand new single #Situationship from her upcoming debut album due out mid-August via @kobalt . Listen to it right now after the jump...

Jadu Heart – Wanderlife

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Today, Jadu Heart announced the brilliant release of their newest single "Wanderlife" taken from their upcoming debut album 'Melt Away' expected to drop on August 23rd 2019....

Saint Lane – Sugary Sweet

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Saint Lane is back with another strong second single titled “Sugary Sweet” from an upcoming collection of tracks he’ll be releasing later during the year. No...

Yoke Lore – Safe and Sound

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Adrian Galvin, previously from Yellerkin and Walk The Moon fame has had a solo project for a while now named Yoke Lore. We covered an early track from his here. Today we wanted to...

Melis – Falling Into Place & Undercurrent EP released

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Friday's are release days in the music industry. And today, coming by way of Berlin, drops a brand new EP we've been on the fence for quite a while now. Melis unleashes her new...

Ivytide – Late Nights

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Sodwee.com HQ favorites Ivytide return with a brand new single from upcoming release and – as you do – a new contract under the belt with Higher Reign Music (distributed by...

Leisure – On My Mind + FREE CONCERT

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New Zealand super group Leisure have been on our radar for yonks (as you'll find out here) and have always impressed me with their laid back soundscapes and easygoing vocals tied...

Preston Lovinggood reassures us that “Everything Will Be Okay”

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Preston Lovinggood nails the feeling of a cloudless, sunny day with a bite of cold still in the air on "Everything Will Be Okay"....

From Melbourne, Fortunes. Drop 5-track EP “Disc Read Error” via Future Classic

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A promising R&B duo from Melbourne (Australia) named Fortunes. we had already covered twice in the past makes a triumphant return with not one, not two, not three but five. YESS...