Music Monday: Pushing Daizies, EGXBH, Felix Cartal, David Solomon, and Drones

Unidentified duo Pushing Daizies makes their official debut with the future bass inspired track “Want It To End,” released on Dim Mak, a groovy yet emotive vocal anthem that introduces their signature sound. 

EGXBH’s new single “EIGHT46” is out now. The Chicago band’s latest track pulls you through a storm of emotion and the overwhelming disgust of how we as humans treat each other.

Felix Cartal’s newest single – “Happy Hour,” is a brand new house collab with pop sensation Kiiara (known for singles, such as “Gold,” which reached #5 on Billboard’s US Top 40 charts with over 675M streams and “Heavy” with Linkin Park). 

Felix wrote “Happy Hour” during his trip to Norway. The main idea emerged when they started to contrast positively sounding “Happy Hour” with dark lyrics, which turned out great as it actually matches and showcases the unconventional style of both. It’s Cartal’s 1st single of 2021 and Kiiara’s 1st release since her “lil kiiwi” album from 2020 on Atlantic Rec.

New York City-based DJ/producer David Solomon presents his first original production of 2021, “Cross Your Mind.” The track is filled with emotion – combining heartfelt lyrics with a gentle house groove that’s a perfect soundtrack for long drives, sunsets, and self-reflection.    

Since their inception, Drones has been building a name for themselves with their powerfully energetic live shows and unique punk-fueled post-hardcore stylings. Their highly-conceptual debut album ‘Exiled’ was released in 2018.

From playing underground squats to appearing on festival stages, Drones are more than ready to hit the road again when the current climate allows.

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