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!

Tracee Ellis Ross – “Love Myself”
in a sign it must run in the family, the talented actress thrills all her own on this soul-stirring, singing debut found on the soundtrack of the upcoming film The High Note; grab a copy courtesy of Republic Records

Lucas Nord ft. Husky – “No One Even Knows My Name”
groove along something smooth with the Swedish producer and fellow Swede soloist on their silky and decidedly funky dance collabo; grab a copy courtesy of Physical Presents

Washington – “Dark Parts”
touting a novel spin on ⅞ time, the Aussie singer shares this gem of pop peculiarity. let yourself get lost in the hand-clapping drive and unrelenting piano, but find your way back thanks to a homespun vocal take. it’s the type of tune that’ll make you think while you’re strutting about; grab a copy courtesy of Island Records Australia

The BreakBomb Project “Deep End”
and it sounds like the kids are most definitely alright. for his 18th birthday beat-crafter Brandon Greenstein debuted this deep-house drive-by complete with bass flourishes and intoxicating melody. you’ll want to tune this one up for your late nights out…if we ever experience them again that is; grab a copy courtesy of Premier Records / Overdrive

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