Music Monday: FRENSHIP, Felix Jaehn x Klingande, Dosser, Justin Hawkes, and AMPERSOUNDS

Indie pop duo FRENSHIP is thrilled to release their new single “Songs For the Weekend”. FRENSHIP (James Sunderland and Brett Hite) make wide-angle pop songs that are realized in the moment, shaped by diverse inspirations: the brash, bold innocence of 80s pop; the experimental streak of 90s hip-hop; and, not to mention, the songwriting chops of stadium-filling superstars. Their songs are painted in bold, bright colors, packed with harmonies and unshakeable hooks that connect with a global audience.

Global dance music sensation Felix Jaehn taps Klingande for the first remix of his recent Summer collaboration with Ray Dalton, “Call It Love.” The French melodic-house visionary injects an energy-fueled twist on the pop-led original for a pulsating club-primed rework. The remix arrives on the tail of the success of Jaehn and Dalton’s powerful original, which has amassed a string of radio plays, accolades, and coveted playlist placements since its mid-September release.

Baltimore, MD indie rockers Dosser have released “Kids” — a new single off their upcoming debut album. Formed in the summer of 2018 by Will Teague, Bret Lanahan, Eric Dudley, and Max Detrich, Dosser’s debut LP finds a band playing at a level well beyond what their short lifespan might suggest. Coming out on Really Rad Records/Violent Picture /Violent Sound in January 2023.

Catch Dosser on tour with hometown heroes Pianos Become The Teeth and Massachusetts’ Dreamtigers.

The debut album from American drum & bass artist Justin Hawkes is available now on Spotify. His new project, “Existential”, is the most personal release he has ever put out. The album reflects his self-portrait weaving thoughts, philosophy, and history that have formed who he is as an artist and a person.

Electronic duo AMPERSOUNDS are thrilled to release the music video of their single “World Is Ours” featuring Elan Atias that’s out now.

AMPERSOUNDS is a project from twin electronic music veterans Fred Falke and Zen Freeman. Pioneer of the french touch sound along with Daft Punk, Air, and Cassius, Falke’s very first release, INTRO, sold a half-million records — instantly seeding a prolific solo career that has seen Falke remixing everyone from Jamiroquai and Justice to Pete Yorn, Hotchip and Miley Cyrus.

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