We are back with our Saturday Satisfaction playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
SUCKERPUNCH! | “Game Time”
SUCKERPUNCH! injects a much-needed burst of freshness into the scene. With a sound that straddles the line between the golden era pop-punk of the 2000s and the modern nu-wave pop-punk, they offer something that resonates with both veteran and contemporary pop-punk enthusiasts. Their latest release, “Game Time,” is a high-energy track that flawlessly showcases their vocals and features spot-on production. Be sure to include this track in your playlists for a revitalizing pop-punk experience.
PAWWS | “Hear You Calling”
PAWWS has graced us with a captivating new release titled “Hear You Calling.” The track exudes a cool vibe that transports us back to the nostalgic aura of ’80s movies and high school romance. With vocals that are both beautiful and well-matched to the ’80s-inspired sound, this track is a true gem. It’s an evocative musical journey that resonates with nostalgia and charm. Be sure to include “Hear You Calling” in your playlists.
Gabi Sklar | “Thank God”
Gabi Sklar, a 23-year-old artist, has swiftly captivated audiences with her potent vocals and dynamic songwriting. Hailing from New York, she stands out as one of pop’s most promising new talents, despite having only unveiled a few singles. With an impressive fanbase of 3.5 million TikTok followers and 1.1 million Instagram followers, her star is undeniably on the rise. Sklar’s latest release, “Thank God,” is an enthralling addition to her catalog. The track masterfully showcases her vocals, making them the centerpiece of the song. Don’t miss out on this captivating tune – be sure to add “Thank God” to your playlists.
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.