“Sell Your Soul” by Tatum Quinn
I don’t know what I like more about this track, the vocal dexterity or the killer electric guitar. “Sell Your Soul” hits different, you’ll be hooked immediately. Tatum Quinn’s vocals cut through the music and are uniquely pressed over the rock instrumental. The slow melodic feel with live drums gives this a last chance feel, like before the dramatic ending of a movie. The lyrics are powerful. This one is ready to be a pop hit. Listen on Spotify and Apple Music.
“Minuscule Creep” by Vezza
The guitar immediately gets my head rocking on tempo. The vocals give an initial light rock sound, while the lyrics make the alt vibes take over. I think the title is clever and makes a listener want to know what “Minuscule Creep” sounds like. The hook is catchy and the lyrics are pretty funny, I dig the punk rock vocal mixing. I like the live drums mixed with the light hi-hats blended in the background. Listen on Apple Music, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
“Just My Type” by Kyle Hume
This song starts mellow but picks up quickly to become one of the catchiest song I’ve heard in a while. The unique blend of vocals with the pop piano chords, make “Just My Type” commercial ready. Kyle Hume’s vocals and hook are riveting. I love how the mixing and production of this track balance all elements of the song around Kyle’s voice. You’ll be playing one every day after you listen to it. Check it out on Apple Music, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
Written by Shaun Kastle