Hey everyone! We’ve decided to bring back Music Mondays since they were such a big hit in the past and because of all the upcoming festivals and concerts in our city. Each week we’ll have a look at a plethora of different artists across different genres to kick off your week the right way; with fresh music. We hope you enjoy this week’s picks and if you do, don’t forget to support (follow) them!
After releasing one of the biggest dubstep anthems of 2018, “Crack”, NITTI GRITTI is back again with another absolutely massive dubstep track entitled “In This”. After first dropping it at EDC Orlando last November, this has been one of the staple tracks in his sets that has been receiving an extraordinary amount of high praise from both artists and fans alike. With his rapidly growing fan base and widespread recent success, “In This” is undoubtedly going to become one of the staple songs of festival season 2018.
Prince Fox integrates elements of dance-pop, emo and synth rock on his futuristic Dim Mak composition “Time Alone,” featuring Australian indie rock band The Griswolds.
Originally from NYC, Sam Lassner (better known as Prince Fox) is a Los Angeles-based songwriter/producer who gained recognition by remixing songs from artists including 3LAU, Cazzette, and SNBRN. Joining Prince Fox on “Time Alone” is the Sydney-based indie rock band, The Griswolds. This collaboration between Prince Fox and The Griswolds has been years in the making—dating back to when The Griswolds played a show at NYU.
Chicago based producer Kiso has been making all types of dance music – from groovy deep house, upbeat progressive house, all the way to future bass to trap. Slowing things down this time, the prowess artist reveals his latest production “Another Friend” alongside multi-talented Canadian singer-songwriter Tep No out now on Ultra Music.
Nashville’s Alt-pop artist, Megan Davies is thrilled to unveil the new music video for her inspiring new single “Doesn’t Matter.” Megan says, “‘Doesn’t Matter’ is a song about growing up and discovering your confidence. It’s a reminder that even the biggest of problems feel smaller with time. No matter how mature we get it seems we always have to relearn this lesson, but with life comes the gift of perspective and it gets a little easier each time. Personally, it’s what I wish I knew in high school and in a way is a letter to myself back then.”
Megan Davies is a YouTube influencer who got her start from her acoustic covers and mashups– collaborating with both her sister, Jaclyn, and other artist friends in Nashville. Her creative stylings have garnered her over 177 million views and 1.2 million subscribers.