Music Monday: Good Job Honey, GG Magree, VAMPA & ZíA, CRaymak, and Essy

West Coast-based folk band Good Job Honey invites you to take the leap of faith in search of adventure in their latest single, “Crazy Country.” A track reflecting on the universal woes we in society all live through, the band speaks on life and its trials and tribulations over a country inspired melody. The song illustrates embracing the risk of following the unknown path with the hope of a greater reward at the end of the unclear journey. 

GG Magree releases her new single “Loving You Kills Me.” It’s a fusion of rock music and trap, and a direct follow-up to GG’s “Nervous Habits” – her debut on Dim Mak from 2020. On her new single, GG tells her story about being an intense lover in a relationship.

 

VAMPA & ZÍA make their Circus Records debut with, “New Levels”. VAMPA brings her ability to bend and break genres into any shape she pleases, her unmistakable melodies and vivid sound design blending into riotous and fresh bass music styles. Here she’s joined by ZÍA, another ascending talent and close friend. Their b2b sets are becoming the stuff of legend – giving both artists the opportunity to take it harder and darker than ever before.

CRaymak lands back on Circus bringing a HUGE fresh beat featuring Micah Martin. Harmonies shatter into a contagious drop thirsty for the biggest stages, this one is set to touch souls. Lighters at the ready, hold those hands high, CRaymak presents ‘Goodbye’.

Essy, born Rachel Braig, taught herself to play piano and began writing her own songs at eleven years old. Her original compositions secured her acceptance into songwriting programs at Berklee College of Music and New York University’s Steinhardt School.

During her residencies, she cut her teeth writing with industry veterans Barry Eastmond (Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston) and Maia Sharpe (Carole King, The Dixie Chicks), as well as pop songwriter Michael Pollack (Lauv, Celine Dion). While studying undergrad at the University of Virginia, fate interceded when a piano ballad she composed caught the attention of Atlantic electronic duo Ship Wrek. Essy’s first cut with NCS Records’ Star Party soon followed, and an early graduation prompted a move to Nashville to songwrite alongside promising penners, including Johnluke Lewis (LANY), Jintae Ko (OneRepublic), etc.

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