We are back with our New Music Friday Pt. 3. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Vicetone | “Voices In My Head”
Since their formation in 2012, Vicetone has consistently infused their music with a combination of refined musicality and boundless creativity. Comprising musicians and producers Ruben den Boer and Victor Pool, the duo meticulously crafts each song with an intense focus on detail, resulting in an emotionally charged brand of dance music. Their dedication has earned them an impressive achievement of over 1 billion combined streams across all platforms, catapulting them to international recognition. Recently, they dropped a fresh track titled “Voices In My Head,” which exudes incredible energy and creativity. Undoubtedly, it stands out as one of the best releases this week. Don’t miss out on this exceptional piece; be sure to add it to your playlists.
Culture Code feat Donna Tella | “Gone Too Long”
Chris Bains and Dylan Norton, collectively known as Culture Code, are a talented duo of UK-based DJ/Producers. Since 2012, they have been captivating audiences with their melodically driven dance music. Recently, they joined forces with Donna Tella to release an invigorating new song titled “Gone Too Long.” The track flawlessly showcases the song’s infectious energy while allowing the powerful vocals to take center stage. It’s an exceptional song that deserves a spot on your playlists.
Eric Zayne | “Tropicana Kisses”
Eric Zayne, an accomplished artist, songwriter, and producer, possesses a sound that is as unique as his diverse background. Having been raised in the Congo, his life took a dramatic turn when he was forced to evacuate to Montreal as a child due to a civil war, leaving his family behind. As a refugee in Montreal, music became his solace and connection to the world. He delved into multiple instruments, honed his singing abilities, and mastered the art of songwriting and production. Recently, he unveiled his latest creation, “Tropicana Kisses.” This song is a true masterpiece, brimming with infectious energy that perfectly compliments his impressive vocals. Don’t miss out on this track; be sure to add it 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.