We are back with Part 1 of New Music Friday. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Lachi x James Ian x Gaelynn Lea | “Life Me Up”
Lachi and James Ian teamed up with Gaelynn Lea for a new track, “Life Me Up.” This track is a true masterpiece, beautifully crafted and incredibly inspiring. It is a must-listen for everyone. The vocals are mesmerizing and blend seamlessly with the captivating instrumentals. The harmonies are absolutely stunning as well. The production is flawlessly executed, adding to the song’s overall allure. Be sure to include this remarkable track in your playlists.
Vilhelm Buchaus | “All In Vain”
Vilhelm Buchaus, a talented 20-year-old, first strummed his homemade guitar’s chords in his room at the tender age of six. With time, he moved on to a genuine guitar, honed his singing skills, and even participated in Lilla Melodifestivalen – both as a solo artist and as part of a boy band. Recently, he unveiled his latest creation, “All In Vain.” The song is an impressive piece of work, showcasing exceptional vocals and delivering a standout performance. Don’t miss out on this remarkable track; be sure to add it to your playlists.
Dance Yourself Clean x Back Talk | “Always Forever”
In 2013, Dance Yourself Clean originated in Seattle as an indie dance party but quickly evolved into the first touring dance party across North America. Recently, they collaborated with Back Talk on a fresh track titled “Always Forever.” This song exudes vibrant energy and offers a unique twist on a classic tune. The performance is truly outstanding and deserves to be heard by all. Don’t hesitate to add this track to your playlists to experience its infectious appeal.
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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.