Songs We Liked - September 17, 2021

Catch our weekly rundown of the best new releases that arrived in Musicngear's inbox!

Featuring Mikp, Glassio, Brí, They Fell From The Sky, Petruska, Oceanography, The Slow Readers Club, Jon Bryant, Anna Shoemaker, and Caroline Romano

By Chris RoditisMusicngear Lead Editor

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Mikp - "Fast Blast"

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Producer and Dj of the Greek musical scene, Michalis Perrakis aka Mikp is back with his latest single Fast Blast, a high-energy, big-tune tech-house track filled with creativity and passion, that is bound to be your next feel-good track!

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Glassio - "Magazines"

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The newest energetic dance single by Irish-Iranian singer, songwriter, and producer Glassio is a powerful and electrifying piece of music that is sure to set your atmosphere on fire. A song about throwing off any idea of what we think we should be, about self-discovery and self-love.

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Brí - "In My Head"

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Irish singer-songwriter Brí offers an airy and delicate sound with her latest single In My Head, a stylistic indie-pop anthem from her upcoming debut album Hide set to be released on Oct 22nd. Pre Order Hide here

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They Fell From The Sky - "The Line"

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Following up their previous singles Dry and Crush This World, the powerful rock band, They Fell From The Sky is taking the music world by storm with their latest release The Line, taken off of their forthcoming debut album Decade, out on October 1st.

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Petruska - "In the Game Again"

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With a classic new wave feel, the Hungarian singer and songwriter Petruska rewinds back to the '80s with his highly infectious single In the Game Again, a fresh-sounding gem that gets you in the mood while pulling you back in time.

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Oceanography - "Soaked to Pulp"

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You would be hard-pressed to find a collection of songs that are as beautifully composed as California-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Oceanography's second full-length album Thirteen Songs About Driving Nowhere in Alphabetical Order - an ode to his sister, who passed away in November of 2020.

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The Slow Readers Club - "Tell No Lies"

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Just in time for the UK Headline tour of the 4-piece band, The Slow Readers Club - one of the leading alternative/indie electro acts around - are back with their biggest, heaviest synth-driven anthem yet, accompanied by a brand-new music video starring Line of Duty's Craig Parkinson.

Tickets for the UK Headline tour are available to purchase HERE

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Jon Bryant - "Lightspeed"

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Lightspeed is a vibrant, joyful, and uplifting single from alternative singer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Jon Bryant, taken off of his forthcoming EP PsychIdyllic Salutations set to be released on November 26th via Nettwerk.

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Anna Shoemaker - "Sick!"

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In anticipation of her debut album release in early 2022 via +1 Records, the indie-pop singer and songwriter Anna Shoemaker shares her new single, Sick!, a hauntingly beautiful song that gives us a taste of what we can expect from her upcoming debut album release.

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Caroline Romano  - "Oddities and Prodigies" & "Lonely Interlude"

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We're psyched to bring you two brand new tracks from Nashville based alt-pop artist Caroline RomanoOddities and Prodigies is an emotive, pop-punk track that is steeped in her unique production style while Lonely Interlude is a captivating, emotional tune that explores Caroline's more melancholic side.

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About Chris Roditis

Chris Roditis has been an active musician since 1995 in various bands and projects across a variety of genres ranging from acoustic, electronic to nu metal, british rock and trip hop. He has extensive experience as a mixing engineer and producer and has built recording studios for most of the projects he has been involved with. His passion for music steered his entrepreneurial skills into founding MusicNGear in 2012.

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