Wild Wednesday | “October 19th, 2022”
Wild Wednesday is back with some new tracks and reviews. Check them out below!
Anica Russo | “Set You On Fire”
Anica Russo is an international pop artist, songwriter and musician based in Berlin, Germany. She just released a new track, “Set You On Fire.” This is such an energetic track. It is really refreshing when an artist can radiate so much energy and still show off their vocals. That is exactly what Anica does here. Such a strong performance that deserves to be on repeat. Make sure to add this one to your playlists. Energetic start to our Wild Wednesday playlist.
Ceara Cavalieri | “Liar Liar”
Ceara Cavalieri is a 26 year old singer/songwriter from Southern California. Having graduated from UCLA with a degree in Psychology, Cavalieri has since dedicated herself to pursuing music full time. She just released a new track, “Liar Liar.” Another inspiring song that just radiates energy. She has such a strong voice that is pushed to the forefront of the song. A really cool track. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
James Ross K | “Here Is Good”
Brooklyn based artist, James Ross K, just released a new track, “Here Is Good.” The backing track/instrumentals are really well done. They compliment his voice completely and basically force it into the front of the song. He has one of those voices that just cuts through and almost demands your attention. All in all, it is a strong vocal performance that you need to have on repeat. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
NIGHTLY| “dirty white chucks”
Nashville based alternative pop band, NIGHTLY is comprised of Jonathan Capeci, Joey Beretta and Nicholas Sainato. They named the band after a texting abbreviation for “night, love you.” They just released a new track, “dirty white chucks.” Nashville is known for great music and that is exactly what NIGHTLY has done. It is really cool performance. I absolutely love the 80’s throwback sound that they have incorporated throughout the song. Vocally, it is stellar and does a great job at showing off the energy of the song. Production is on point too. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Nicky Romero | “Myriad”
After taking the world by storm with early hits such as ‘Legacy’ (with Krewella) and #1 single ‘I Could Be The One’ (with Avicii), Nicky Romero quickly proved that his talent is ever-evolving and here to stay. We have featured him quite a few times, and now he is back with, “Myriad.” The new track is really well done. It has dynamic and energetic melodies, which is extremely refreshing. The track brings a sense of nostalgia and takes you back to a happy, euphoric place. It will make you want to get up and dance in no time. All in all, it is a strong song that deserves to be added to your playlists.
LVRBOY | “afraid of heights”
LVRBOY just released a new track, “afraid of heights.” This is such a standout this week. The backing track and instrumentals are well done and compliment his vocals completely. He has a beautiful voice that he gets to show off throughout the new track. The way he goes from his full voice to his head voice, is really impressive. The harmonies are also really well done. He has one of those voices that you just want to hear more from. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Amaury Laurent Bernier | “Mane May Ama” – TOTEM Motion Picture Soundtrack
The new Motion Picture soundtrack from, “Totem,” is out now. The whole soundtrack is really well done. Production is on point and takes you through so many different emotions. You can check out the full soundtrack above. Perfect way to end our Wild Wednesday.
What did you think of our Wild Wednesday playlist? Stay tuned to MusicOnTheRox.com for all your music news and reviews.
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.