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 slide on into your weekends. It’s my chance to spread even more exposure to the excess of deserving artists out there. Enjoy!

Porter Robinson – Get Your Wish
without missing a beat, the prolific producer returns after an extended hiatus to announce Nurture and unleash this personal triumph in musicmaking; grab a copy courtesy of Sample Sized

Hannah Grace – Blue
the UK soloist extends this vibrant display of funky soul-pop for her first release of the new year; grab a copy courtesy of Never Fade Records

Daniel Allan w/ Jake Neumar – Stubborn
experimenting with his synthful side, the imaginative beatcrafter teams up with his singer-songwriter friend for a freshly tuned dance-popper; grab a copy courtesy of BonFire Records

a charming blend of indie-pop, hip-hop, and floetry, get yourself familiar with this Aussie act and his overly likable latest; grab a copy for yourself

Kiana V ft. Billy Rush – No Rush
break it down something sultry with the Filipina popper and her R&B tinged get-down groove; grab a copy courtesy of Tarsier Records

Creegan – Revitalise
the Newcastle soundsters excite with this alt-rocker that shows off their determined toughness and tenacity

Allan Rayman – Chief
armed with speaker-bustin’ bass and a fresh flow, the soulful-toned tunester shines on this punchy quick-hitter; grab a copy courtesy of 512 Productions Inc. / KIDinaKORNER

NoKillShelter X Clear Mortifee – Sweetheart
trans + femme empowerment reaches new highs on this simply sublime collaboration between two acts hitting their artistic peaks in succinct stride; grab a copy courtesy of Atoned Music

Jason & The Rex – Funk! The Antagonist
an overload of idea and sound surge unrestrained in the official visual for this provocative thinker

At Pavillon – OPOV
and chopped from scenes from Grimmelstein, a short film the track supports, the Austrian four-piece share this visual that tries to unravel the complexities of binary love; grab a copy courtesy of LasVegas Records

One response to “For Your Weekend…

  1. Pingback: Porter Robinson – Something Comforting | Digital High Blog·

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