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An absolutely joyous musical experience, Dayglow lights up its catalog with well-composed, creative production and songs that you can’t help but dance to. The brainchild of Sloan Strubles, who writes, plays, and produces the songs have found love in music production and it shines through on the new record People In Motion. With over a billion streams worldwide and a platinum record for his breakout single “Can I Call You Tonight”. Dayglow has hit North America on a headline tour, Struble which has graced several pinnacle tv spots on the late night circuits such as Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon, and playing festival stages such as Reading and Leads, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, FireFly, and Austin City Limits. Check out the official music video for the single “Then It All Goes Away” off of his 2022 record People In Motion.
Watch: The official music video for “Then It All Goes Away“.
Sounds Like: Declan McKenna, Peach Pit, Hunny
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The mellow folk-pop performer, Faye Webster, rose to prominence after her song “Better Distractions” landed on Barack Obama’s annual year-end playlist in 2020. The Atlanta native released her first album at age 16, Run & Tell. Her sound clearly pays homage to the twangy country of her youth. Webster’s discography takes on a relaxed and laid-back tempo: electric guitar, soft percussion, bass, keys, and pedal steel guitar melt into a sweet combination of jazz, country, and alternative genres. This unorthodox style combined with Webster’s twangy voice is what makes her music so nuanced and fresh. Since her debut in 2013, she has released three more studio records, the most recent being Car Therapy, an EP that reimagines songs from two of her previous albums with orchestral instrumentation.
Watch: Full Performance – Live on KEXP at Home
Sounds Like: Big Thief, Phoebe Bridgers, Snail Mail, Frankie Cosmos
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St Albans’ quintet Trash Boat has long since established itself as one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming bands. Coming onto the scene with their album Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through, the band quickly found a home alongside bands like New Found Glory and The Story So Far. Having toured extensively across the UK, the US, and Europe with everyone from While She Sleeps to Don Broco, the band has been honing their songwriting chops, culminating in their most recent third album, Don’t You Feel Amazing?. The latest album sees the band expanding their sound beyond their pop-punk and post-hardcore styles, adding in songs inspired by bands like Muse, Nine Inch Nails, and Placebo.
Watch: The official music video for “Don’t You Feel Amazing?“
Sounds Like: Boston Manor, Arctic Monkeys, Placebo