For Your Weekend…

Like any busy music blog, Digital High’s inbox gets hit up with submissions ranging from the ridiculous to the ridiculously good, that this one dude can’t possibly keep up with. So I’m going to batch post the best of the bunch every Friday to help you groove on into your weekends. It’s my chance to spread even more exposure to the deserving artists out there, enjoy.

Sam Tinnesz ft. Yacht Money – Play With Fire
– off his debut LP Babel, the Nashville singer-songwriter drops a sinister and sexy collaboration highlighted by intimidating alt-rock soundscapes
Champyons – Dusty
– a truly authentic genre-blender from a trio out to blur the lines of traditional song-shaping
Margot Polo – Sweet California
– just the right amount of indie-pop pleasantness for the sunny season aficionados out there
Bon Villan – Outta Cash
– electroni-pop vibes swell for an instantly infectious debut
Maya Killtron – Whiplash
– perfect for a summer block party, it’s 80’s dance-pop that never sounded so funky
Deepend ft. Graham Candy – Waiting For The Summer
– keeping those warm vibes flowing is a trop-house treat tailored for the festival circuit
Justin Mylo – Cheap Motel
– after aligning with the likes of Martin Garrix, the rising beat-crafter focuses on his solo effort with this scintillating dancefloor filler
Deborah Cox – Let The World Be Ours Tonight (StoneBridge & Damien Hall Radio Edit)
– from the always empowering soloist, an upbeat dance track that shines through a blistering beat and irrepressible vocals
Sean Paul – Get Busy (VenessaMichaels Remix)
– and the alluringly cheeky visuals for a turned-up, jersey club flip of an early 2000’s mainstay. bonus points for being a dominantly female-led project.

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