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!

Elisapie – “Uummati Attanarsimat (Heart of Glass)”
experience the Blondie classic like never before as the Inuk singer-songwriter shares her tender, Inuktitut approach; grab a copy courtesy of Bonsound

Dynamick – “Bite My Tongue”
bop along with the teenage tunester and his alt-house bounce; grab a copy courtesy of CONTROVERSIA

Saloon Dion – “Happiness”
the Bristol post-punk’rs mark the announcement of debut EP Muckers with the release of this reminder that joy can be found through many avenues; grab a copy for yourself

Daryltron – “Her Man”
the longtime funker gets back to it with this celebration of love and first taste of upcoming album Songs of Life & Love (Vol. 1)

4 The Brotherhood – “Care Too Much”
leaning into his Gen-Z appeal, the DIY act smashes the scene with this alt-indie charmer; grab a copy for yourself

Noise Cans, merchant, & Jane Macgizmo – “Cant Be Moved”
this crew of creatives hit you with a little house heat on their Island-minded collaboration; grab a copy courtesy of SKINK | The Music Group

fall into a tech-house trance as this enigmatic pair hypnotize listeners on their latest; grab a copy courtesy of

TUYS – “Everyday Soleil”
and get ready for an eclectic mix of sophisticated style and pop pageantry from the Berlin-based band; grab a copy courtesy of TWO STEPS TWICE


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.