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!

Broke Royals – “Hard Year”
with a bit of an understated title given the last 365 days, the DH faves share an inspirative take and look ahead (fondly) to the next 365 in this self-described “quiet-loud ballad;” grab a copy courtesy of the act themselves

Colour Tongues – “Wasted”
Vancouver’s own offer up this indie-pop anthem for anyone that knows they’re better off not wasting their time on someone that’s unworthy; grab a copy courtesy of the independent act

The Rhymes – “Never Collide”
the Swedish four-piece promote 80’s flash and contemporary cool on their latest indie-popper; grab a copy courtesy of the act themselves

Nisa – “Turn Me Down”
catch the indie rock vibes with the NYC soloist and her riffed-out latest

Ola Village – “Love To Cry”
honest, raw, and affecting, the Norwegian act gets candid about his own emotional makeup on this indie-pop ballad; grab a copy courtesy of Lydheim

warner case – “sing me a song”
bringing a darker hue to his music-making repertoire, the always interesting producer drops this enigmatic groove meant as a comment on society’s embrace of toxic masculinity; grab a copy courtesy of Unity Rec

Földes ft. Davis Mallory – “Breakdown”
and the Swedish DJ and American soloist connect for slick beats and sweetened verses on this Honey era Mariah Carey homage; grab a copy courtesy of Metanioa Music


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