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 excess of deserving artists out there, enjoy.

Maya KilltronNever Dance Alone
the wait is finally over; the spunky songstress shares an intoxicating mix of inspired boogie funk on her ten track full-length; grab a copy now!

HAYZ – Keep It Comin’
this Canadian crooner smooths it out over a low-key Kurtis Blow sample and felted groove on his latest; grab a copy courtesy of Yours Truly Music

Devon Gilfillian – Get Out And Get It
first find off of the Nashville soloist’s debut album, this engrossing uplifter highlights his unique take on soulful alt-rock; grab a copy courtesy of UMG Recordings

Undecided Future – U
so technically a live version of this track ended up in my inbox, but I dig the studio version a touch more. you’ve got funky pop rhythms and tickles of brass; still, it’s frontman Matt Isaac’s falsetto runs that have me hooked; grab a copy and get busy

Supperclub – Ka-ching
good luck putting your finger on this tricky blend; the LA-set duo have mixed up Cumbia, 90s house, and classic pop stylings for a genre-defying debut release

Sophie Simmons – Bigger Than Yours
showing off a vocal bulge of sorts, the Los Angeles songstress gets empowered on this playful, electroni-pop anthem; grab a copy and compare

SUPR PWRZ – Beaming
first taste of their debut EP, this brotherly duo share an entangled blend of their particular electronic sounds; grab a copy courtesy of iCi / intnd

Tilsen – Hurts
and born with music in her blood, this daughter of an opera singer struts her vocal stuff with this impassioned take on love’s baggage; grab a copy today

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