Music Monday: Daniel Ellsworth, Orion Walsh, QUIX, Chris Timbers, and WATEVA ft. Emily J

 Indie rock artist, Daniel Ellsworth is thrilled to release his new EP No Clue that’s out now.

Known for writing compulsively catchy hooks that bend the lines of genre, Daniel Ellsworth is the epitome of independent artistry. He’s a prolific songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who allows himself the freedom to develop his sound across a wide variety of genres and projects.

After a decade of putting out albums and touring, Nebraskan singer-songwriter Orion Walsh is set to release “So Many Places to See” with folk/roots label Sower Records. 

QUIX returns to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak imprint with his new single “Make Up Your Mind,” featuring Nashville singer/songwriter Jaden Michaels, a drum & bass gem with QUIX’s signature emotive punch. The heavy DnB influence pays homage to QUIX’s homeland New Zealand, where this dynamic music genre has always had a powerful following.

Alternative rock soul singer Chris Timbers releases his latest single, “Why Can’t We.” Written as a personal musical reminder by Timbers and mastered by world renowned engineer Ryan Smith (AC/DC, Bob Dylan, Coldplay), the rock-influenced track captures the essence that no matter what path someone is on, they can always switch gears towards a better, more prosperous path.

Now in the midst of the rollout for their debut album Disposable Society coming this summer, the Estonian duo WATEVA brings us a new single ‘Someone Better’ ft. Emily J.   “Someone Better” ft. Emily J features a catchy melody and relatable lyrics describing a toxic love interest. This legendary collaboration leaves fans feeling eager and nostalgic as their first collaboration in 2018 “My Love 2 U” released on Selected, climbed the Spotify Viral Charts in the United States, UK, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, etc.

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