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Tune in Thursday Vol 2 | April 25th, 2024

Tune in Thursday Vol 2 | April 25th, 2024

Thursday

Tune in Thursday is back with some incredible new tracks and reviews. Check out the new tracks and reviews below!

Jessica Carter Allman | “Fake It”

Jessica Carter Allman just released a new track, “Fake It.” This song is truly compelling, with beautiful instrumentals that harmonize perfectly with her vocals. Her voice possesses an undeniable allure that captivates listeners. Don’t miss out—ensure to add this track to your playlists.


So-Called | “Shipwrecked”

So-Called just released a new single, “Shipwrecked.” In a musical landscape dominated by mainstream sounds, this track offers a refreshing indie rock vibe. The vocals shine brilliantly and complement the instrumentals seamlessly. With impeccable production quality, this song is a standout that deserves a place in your playlists.


People R Ugly | “DUMB”

People R Ugly just released a new track, “DUMB.” This track stands out as a personal favorite this week, thanks to its sheer creativity and unpredictability. It carries a nostalgic vibe while also introducing fresh elements, keeping listeners engaged throughout. With stellar vocals, captivating instrumentals, and impeccable production, this song deserves a spot in your playlists.


Joshua Pascua | “Versions”

Joshua Pascua recently released a beautiful new single, “Versions.” His stunning voice is perfectly suited for this genre, capturing listeners with its beauty and emotion. Combined with his exceptional storytelling ability, he’s undoubtedly an artist to watch out for. This track is definitely one of our favorites this week, so don’t forget to add it to your playlists.

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Danny Stevens | “Seger on Cassette”

Danny Stevens recently released a new track, “Seger On Cassette.” This track is irresistibly catchy, with captivating vocals and a melody that stays with you long after the song ends. It’s a well-crafted track that definitely deserves a place on your playlists.


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