We rae back with our New Music Friday, Pt. 1. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Madison Hughes | “The Heartbreak Kid”
Madison Hughes is originally from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Madison’s musical journey commenced at the age of 10 when she began guitar lessons under the guidance of her father. As her passion for music grew, she pursued her studies in video production at Florida State University. During this time, she honed her skills in music recording, dedicating a significant portion of her college years to refining her craft. After graduating, Madison ventured to both D.C. and L.A., but ultimately chose Nashville as the destination to pursue her singing career. Her recent release, “The Heartbreak Kid,” is a testament to her artistic prowess. The song is skillfully crafted, showcasing her stunning vocals that harmonize effortlessly with the instrumentals. Madison’s musical artistry shines brightly in this track. Make sure to add this track to your playlists.
Shane Codd | “Something More”
Shane Codd, a talented 24-year-old DJ/Producer hailing from Dublin, Ireland, has an innate connection with house music. His latest release, “Something More,” is a testament to his musical prowess. The track is meticulously crafted, radiating an electrifying energy that is truly remarkable. The vocals are skillfully integrated, creating a harmonious balance that showcases their beauty. Make sure to add this track to your playlists.
Pendulum | “HALO (Matt Tuck Rework)”
Pendulum, a highly acclaimed drum’n’bass ensemble of the early 21st century, originally from Australia and now based in the United Kingdom, have recently unveiled their latest track, “Halo (Matt Tuck Rework).” This offering is a testament to their artistry. The track’s production is masterfully executed, highlighting their signature style. The vocals, imbued with strength, harmonize seamlessly with the weighty instrumentals, creating an impactful auditory experience. Make sure to add this track 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.