On Our Radar: JoLivi, Daecolm, Cash Cash, and more


Happy March! We’re helping you keep tabs on new music that might’ve gone under your radar this past week.

Little Mix ft. Machine Gun Kelly – ‘No More Sad Songs’

United Kingdom

BRIT Award-winning girl group Little Mix taps Machine Gun Kelly (following his success on Camila Cabello’s track ‘Bad Things’) for their latest single. This is the third single off their double platinum 2016 album ‘Glory Days’, and the official music video is due out soon.


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SAINTE – ‘With or Without Me’

United Stats

The second track from Tay Jardine’s (We Are The In Crowd) new project SAINTE, ‘With or Without Me’ is Tay’s departure from traditional rock n’ roll sound. The track will be included on SAINTE’s debut EP, out sometime this year.

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JoLivi – ‘Love Who You Wanna Love’

United States

After an exciting 2016, ‘Love Who You Wanna Love’ is Hawaiian-born JoLivi’s first track of the new year. It comes off her most recent EP, ‘Just For You’.

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Dan Crossley – ‘Feel’

United Kingdom

‘Feel’ is 21-year-old singer/songwriter Dan Crossley’s debut release. This new London artist’s impressive vocals will definitely grab you.

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Shannon Saunders – ‘Rips in Your Jeans’

United Kingdom

Shannon Saunders latest track ‘Rips in Your Jeans’ was produced by Wilkinson and Dee Adam (Andreya
Triana). Shannon says, “[The song]’s about the ongoing conversations we have with ourselves, our hopes and fears when things get heavy and finding the strength to hold it together.”

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AJR – ‘Weak’

United States

While their cover of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ goes viral, New York trio of brothers AJR’s latest single ‘Weak’ currently sits at #58 on the U.K. charts–without even hitting the radio yet! It’s obvious that these boys (first discovered by Sia) are going to dominate 2017 in both countries.

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Daecolm – ‘Jungle’

United Kingdom

Newcomer to the U.K. music scene, Daecolm co-wrote ‘Jungle’ with London-based producer Detonate. Describing the track, Daecolm says, “Looking at the traits of the kings of the jungle, where the lion is the top of the food chain it is eat or be eaten, you are either the prey or the predator.”

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Aston Merrygold – ‘Show Me’

United Kingdom

Aston Merrygold, a frequent face #OnOurRadar, has dropped his latest track ‘Show Me’ ahead of a highly-anticipated big single release in April. You can catch him on tour in the U.K. in May here.

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Cash Cash and ROZES – ‘Matches’

United States

‘Matches’ has already had a huge release, after being featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday and premiered on Billboard. Speaking about the track, Cash Cash says, “The lyrics have this hurting sadness to them but the music is the complete opposite being uplifting and bright.”

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