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.

The Spencer Lee Band – The Wolf
– following their soulful debut “Kissing Tree,” the up-and-comers offer up a decidedly sensuous funker from the Fifty Shades Freedsoundtrack
St. Humain – Free Fall
– set to driving synths and a persistent bass, the Sydney soloist offers up an introspective take on an experience we’ve all faced down before; failure
Denny White – Torn Up
– courtesy of a young act positioned for a breakthrough, enjoy this electronic fare boosted by melodic synths, a pronounced tempo, and uniquely soulful vocals
Rayvon Owen – Gold
– the singer-songwriter by way of Los Angeles offers up a soaring pop anthem certain to bring some pep to your step and a smile to your face
Stu Basham – Somebody Else’s Heart
– returning to music after a brief hiatus, the NYC singer-songwriter shares an electro-ballad overflowing with purposeful lyricism and lofty melodies
Charles Rivers – All I Need
– slick chord progressions, stringent percussion, and a subtle vocal showcase highlight the Miami soundsmith’s first release of 2018
Famous Dex ft. A$AP Rocky – Pick It Up (Official Video)
– after an extended wait, the official visuals for this hypnotic collaboration have finally dropped

Jason Nolan – Late Night City Hawks (Official Video)
– described as ‘two figures wandering aimlessly, disorientated, through a vast labyrinth of utopian structures,’ embrace the arresting visuals for this electro-bopper rife with disco-funk influences and ambient textures

Agnese Stengrevics – You Are My World (Official Video)
– entered as part of Latvia’s Supernova 2018 competition [which feeds into Eurovision 2018], this dance-pop piece engages and excites with a pulsating ebb and flow and impassioned vocal hook

Escape The Fate – Broken Heart
– in preparation for the release of upcoming album I Am Human, the Vegas rockers share their angst-riddled anthem available instantly when pre-ordering IAH

Vance Joy – We’re Going Home (Official Video)
– and the Aussie soloist shares the second single ahead of Nation of Two’s February 23 release, a rousing anthem much akin to its predecessor “Lay It On Me.”

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