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!

Alice Merton – “Vertigo”
the headstrong soloist steps out into 2021 for the first time with this bold take on overcoming anxiety to realize self-confidence; grab a copy courtesy of Paper Plane Records International

Issam Alnajjar, Loud Luxury, & Ali Gatie – “Turning Me Up (Hadal Ahbek)”
the Jordanian vocalist links up with two Canadian sound-crafting acts for a bustling, English remake of his viral debut; grab a copy courtesy of Universal Arabic Music | Republic Records

KING MALA – “she calls me daddy”
the alt-soul singer sizzles as she empowers herself in the face of expectant masculine energy; grab a copy courtesy of Handwritten Records

Rightfield – “Racing”
with early 00’s pop-punk electricism and hooky 80’s flash at their disposal, this Arkansas duo excites with their uncommon approach to zestful musicmaking; grab a copy courtesy of Quadio Records

Alice Pisano – “Seventeen”
Italian-born but now London-based, this soulful soloist brings a universal charm on her impassioned, pop ballad; grab a copy courtesy of the act herself

Shanii22 – “619”
fusing Arabic and English flows, this Syrian & Lebanese rhymer showcases his global sound for mass appeal; grab a copy courtesy of Stit9

Conor Gains – “Light Shines In”
take stock in supporting yourself on this soulful groove from the singer-songwriter; grab a copy courtesy of Wax Records

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