We are back with some new tracks for our Tune in Thursday. Check out the full tracks and reviews.
Sval | “WEIGHTLESS”
Despite her relatively young age of 24, Sval has managed to cultivate a dedicated fan base in Norway and has achieved millions of streams, showcasing her growing popularity and impact in the music scene. She just released a new track, “WEIGHTLESS.” This is such a well done song. The vocals are indeed beautiful and harmonize seamlessly with the backing instrumentals. It’s unquestionably a standout performance that merits a spot on your playlists.
Movie Night | “My Friends Must Be Dead”
Mike Squillante (guitar/vocals), Nick Squillante (keys), and Steve Ranellone (drums) constitute the NYC pop/rock trio known as Movie Night. The band, previously known as Running Lights, has undergone a rebranding and introduced a set of all-new songs. They’ve just released a fresh track titled “My Friends Must Be Dead.” This track exudes a cool and captivating vibe, with instrumentals that harmonize seamlessly with the vocals. They skillfully showcase their vocal talent while maintaining a high-energy feel throughout the song. Don’t forget to include this track in your playlists; it’s a must-add.
Make Friends | “Falter”
Make Friends embarked on their musical journey 6 years ago, uniting a group of friends who had a mutual love for modern indie-pop music. Their inspiration drew from the indie-dance punk found in ‘Antidotes’-Era Foals and the melodic alt-pop of Bombay Bicycle Club, which they masterfully blended in their debut EP ‘Hi.’ Recently, they’ve unveiled a new track titled “Falter.” This song is exceptionally well-crafted, placing the vocals front and center, showcasing a truly stunning performance. Don’t miss out on adding 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.