On Our Radar: Ashley Brinton, Tal, After Romeo, and more
We’re halfway through January, and if you’re struggling to keep on the straight and narrow with your resolutions, don’t fear. We’re here to get you feeling pumped and ready for anything with this new, and exciting music that needs to be on your radar. This week, we’re introducing you to the amazing Ashley Brinton, After Romeo, Tal and even more.
Ashley Brinton – ‘All I Need’
If I was half as cool as Ashley Brinton when I was 15-years-old, I would be totally loving life. Working with big shot producer and songwriter to the stars, Cory Rooney, Ashley’s got the recipe to success right at her fingertips. ‘All I Need’ is a bubbly pop banger ready to kick your ass into gear for the sunshine.
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Kiesza – ‘Dearly Beloved’
Kiesza has already made waves with her HUGE smash single, ‘Hideaway’, now she’s back with her brand new offering, ‘Dearly Beloved’. This is Kiesza’s tribute to her best friend Alice, whose guitar she inherited. This disco-infused pop track is the perfect electronic memorial.
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After Romeo – ‘Good Things’
Sound familiar? If you’re in the UK you might recognise After Romeo from Samsung’s Galaxy advert where ‘Good Things’ was featured. The group who formed in 2013, hail from LA and have seen their debut single, ‘Free Fall’ climb up the MTV charts. Expect to see big things from After Romeo with their infectious R&B-pop crossover sounds.
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Grace Mitchell – ‘Kids (Ain’t All Right)’
If you like music, and you like it loud – Grace Mitchell’s ‘Kids (Ain’t All Right)’ needs to be blasting on your headphones. Speaking about the record Grace said, ‘”Kids” being the influencers and “Ain’t All Right” being their abstract, mental state of being that was wildly condemned by conservative adult demographics but received and nurtured by other “Kids”, revolutionising rock music and popularising it. The phrase “Kid’s (Ain’t All Right)” is multidimensional and interpretative.’
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The Chainsmokers – ‘PARIS’
The Chainsmokers obviously need no introduction as they’re a pretty big deal right now. ‘Paris’ is the follow-up to one of the biggest singles of 2016, ‘Closer’. Featuring vocals from Drew, ‘Paris’ is a laid back electronic tune to ease you into 2017 in style.
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TAL – ‘Slow Down The Flow’
Already boasting an impressive following in her home country of France, TAL who’s sold 1.2 million albums to date is ready to take the rest of the world by storm. ‘Slow Down The Flow’ encompasses ragga stylings and encourages listeners to scrap the hectic contemporary lifestyle and discover the things around you that make life fun.
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Boehm featuring Brandyn Burnette – ‘Let’s Give It A Shot’
Teaming up with Boehm has worked wonders for Brandyn Burnette, ‘Let’s Give It A Shot’ is an upbeat and uplifting dance track from the self-taught LA based musician. Brandyn explains, “My music is about healing… that’s what it is for me and that’s what I think it is for other people. I want my fans to feel like they are entering another world when they listen to my music.”
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Alex Maxwell – ‘Signs’
Inspired by Stevie Nicks, Patti Smith and Blondie, you know Alex Maxwell’s sounds are going to be utterly mesmerising. The unapologetic singer-songwriter takes a swipe today’s social media obsessed culture in her new single, ‘Signs’. “We are so focused on our appearances, on social media, on who’s texting who and what’s happening on Twitter… I just wanted a chance to pause and remind myself to be present, which was what led me to write ‘Signs'” Alex explains.
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POWERS – ‘Dance’
If you still need a kick up the ass to start your January, ‘Dance’ is the song you need to be blasting. The press release describes POWERS’ newest single as, ‘bombastic and anthemic; a carousel of sophisticated wordplay and electric chaos.’ This is the kind of chaos you want to be immersed in for eternity.
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Julia Michaels – ‘Issues’
Julia Michaels has been adding notches to her songwriting ladder over the past 2 years, with credits on Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’, Selena Gomez’s ‘Hands To Myself’ and Hailee Steinfeld’s ‘Love Myself’. Now, Julia’s ready to take the music world by storm with her first solo effort, ‘Issues’. The powerful and poignant song voices the trials and tribulations within a relationship before the shining light at the end of the tunnel.
After Romeo are amazing! I’ve been a fan of them for a long time now and I’m happy to see the support they are now finally receiving in the u.k! Such talented boys! They definitely deserve all the success in the world! (We want a uk tour!)
So glad you love them too! We’ll definitely pass along words of encouragement that they should hit the U.K. 😉