Saturday Satisfaction | October 8th, 2022

Saturday Satisfaction

We are back with our Saturday Satisfaction playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!

East Harbor | “R.W.I.B (Right Where I Belong)” and “Lucid”

East Harbor just re-released 2 of their tracks, “R.W.I.B (Right Where I Belong),” and “Lucid,” from their upcoming EP that releases on October 14th, 2022. Both tracks are really well done. The instrumentals are impressive and pair well with the vocals. You can see how much their music has evolved with the different techniques they are using throughout both tracks. Definitely a group to watch out for. The new EP is going to be impressive. Make sure to add both of these tracks to your playlists.

Kayden McCarthy | “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts”

Born alongside the coast New Jersey, Kayden McCarthy began his musical journey in the city of Amsterdam, NL where he spent the better part of his childhood. Later moving to central Illinois and eventually settling in the city of Chicago, it became clear to Kayden that music was evidently going to play a large role in life. He just released a new track, “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts.” The energy of this track is insane. His voice is perfectly suited for this type of music. Definitely a standout this week. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

L’Impératrice | “Everything Eventually Ends”

The Parisians draw from a range of genres, from 70s space disco to downtempo 90s synth pop, taking in French film composers like François de Roubaix and Michel Legrand along the way. They just released a new song, “Everything Eventually Ends.” I love the throwback elements of this track. Such a cool vibe which is paired with some beautiful vocals. It is a great performance that deserves to be heard. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

SAM TOMPKINS | “Lose It All” – Live

UK-based artist, Sam Tompkins has released a new live version of his single, “Lose It All”. Sam’s “Lose It All” is another example of really well done pop music. The beautifully produced single has a modern sound, and it should help launch him to the top of the Pop Charts. He has one of those voices that you just can’t turn away from. His range and his tone is absolutely incredible. He is such a strong vocalist, that I could listen to him sing anything. One of my favorites in recent memory. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

Lerocque | “I’m Alright”

Lerocque is a tireless vocalist with no fear of musical genre boundaries. He was born as Pedro Rodrigues in Portugal and emigrated in the 90s with his parents to Switzerland. He just released a new track, “I’m Alright.” The single is really well done. The backing track does a great job at setting up his vocals and letting them soar throughout the track. It is really refreshing that he can show off his vocals, all while keeping up the energy. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

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NEVE | “Outside Voices”

We have previously covered, NEVE. She is now back with a new track, “Outside Voices.” She is such a talented artist. With each release, she seems to elevate her artistry. The new track is really well done. It has a throwback 80’s sound, which is refreshing. Her vocals are something else. She has a way of doing vocal gymnastics throughout the track, all while expanding her range. Definitely an impressive performance. One of my favorites this week. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

George Dewhurst | “Lost In The Moment”

George Dewhurst just released a new track, “Lost In The Moment.” The energy of the track is contagious. The instrumentals pair extremely well with the vocals. He has one of those voices that cuts through and almost demands your attention. He does a great job at showcasing his vocal range, all while never losing the energy of the song. A perfect song to end our Satisfaction Saturday playlist. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.

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