Monday Music Mayhem | September 5th, 2022
We are back with our Monday Music Mayhem. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Földes x Taisia | “Sunshine”
Földes and Taisia just released a new track, “Sunshine.” This is such a well done track. Vocally, it is a beautiful performance which is complimented by the instrumentals and backing track. The production is on point. Seriously, the energy of this single is impressive. Definitely a standout this week. Make sure to give this one an add to your playlists.
Alvin Next | “False Paradise”
Alvin Next is a producer and singer/songwriter from Sweden. He is back with a new track, “False Paradise.” One thing that stands out from the beginning is the vocals. The instrumentals are compelling and pair well with the vocals. He has one of those voices that carries so much weight and is super impressive. Definitely a must add this week. Check it out.
Olivia Goldfinger | “Don’t Work Like That”
Olivia Goldfinger just released a new track, “Don’t Work Like That.” The instrumentals are pushed to the background of the track but it works with her voice. She has such a beautiful voice. The way she goes from her head voice to her full voice is impressive. Make sure to give this one an add to your playlists.
Harry Cleverdon | “Just For a While”
Hailing from the regional NSW town of Young, and growing up on a farm, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Harry Cleverdon was always going to have a country soul. As a born storyteller, his humble beginnings haven’t stopped him from being a hit in the city as well, even taking out the illustrious International Songwriting Competition (USA) in the People’s Voice Category. At 20 years of age, this self-produced powerhouse is just getting started. He just released a new track, “Just For a While.” His voice is at the front and center of the track, which is smart considering how strong his voice is. He does a great job at capturing the emotion of the track, all while delivering the lyrics perfectly. Make sure to give this one an add to your playlists.
Keeper | “Deja Vu (I Saw You)”
Keeper just released a new track, “Deja Vu (I Saw You).” This is such an upbeat track. Seriously, the energy is off the charts. He has such a strong, unique voice which is perfect for this type of music. Such an intense song. I could see this one being a crowd pleaser at one of his shows. A strong performance that almost demands attention. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Antivalent | “End Time Valentine”
Antivalent are an alternative rock band from Seinäjoki, Finland. They just released a new track, “End Time Valentine.” I have always had a soft spot for alt/punk rock music. It always seems so raw and vulnerable while also being energetic too. That is exactly what Antivalent does here. They push their vocals to the max in this track, which is perfect for this genre. Definitely another standout this week. Make sure to give this one an add to your playlists.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike x Kim Loaiza | “Fuego”
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike x Kim Loaiza just released “Fuego.“ With such a huge following on social media, they had their work cut out for them with this release. With “Fuego,” they rose to the occasion and delivered a perfect dance anthem. Such an energetic performance that also shows off Kim’s beautiful vocals. Production is on point too. All in all, it is such a great track that deserves all of your attention. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Dez Rocksteady | “Summertime (Clouds Are Gone)”
Dez Rocksteady is a prolific writer and performer and has composed a wealth of material since his debut in mid 2018. He is currently on a path of self releasing his music from a catalogue of over 70 original songs. He just released a new track, “Summertime (Clouds Are Gone).” Love the acoustic feel of this track. Super impressive. With it being acoustic, this pushes his voice to the front of the track. He has such a beautiful voice and a smooth tone, that can’t be taught. All in all, it is a perfect track to end our week on. Make sure to give this one and add to your playlists.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.