We are back with our Tune in Thursday playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Lost Hearts | “Maybe I’d Want You”
Based in Nashville, Lost Hearts, a rock/alternative band, is reviving pop sensibilities and allure for a new generation of rock enthusiasts who carry the torch for the genre. The band’s inception came about when four lead guitar players came together to craft songs that would infuse their rock and roll roots with a touch of lightness. Through a coin toss, they determined who would take up the roles of vocalist, drummer, and bassist. Lost Hearts’ tracks are infused with a punk rock attitude, complemented by the unforgettable hooks of their pop-rock choruses. Recently, they unveiled their latest offering, “Maybe I’d Want You,” a song brimming with explosive energy. They skillfully showcase their vocals, while keeping the song’s intensity intact. Be sure to add this track to your playlists for an electrifying experience.
Karim Panzetta | “No Checked Bags”
We have previously featured Karim Panzetta and now he is back with another song, “No Checked Bags,” from the Summer Solstice EP. This song is incredibly well-executed. It exudes a tremendous amount of energy that resonates throughout. The artist’s vocals take center stage, delivering an absolutely mesmerizing performance. Be sure to include this track in your playlists as it is truly remarkable.
Antigoni x Zion Foster | “Messy (House Remix)”
Antigoni was signed to Island Records in 2016 by the renowned A&R and former president of Island Records, Darcus Beese. Following her departure from the label, Antigoni dedicated herself to honing her music, and her appearance on the popular series ‘Love Island’ further propelled her into the spotlight. Recently, she unveiled a House Remix of her single, “Messy,” featuring Zion Foster. This exhilarating rendition showcases her vocals front and center, delivering an outstanding performance that will undoubtedly get you grooving. Be sure to include this track in 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.