Music Monday: RYMAN, Eli & Fur, Wicked Bears, Low Blow, and Calm Collapse

Indie-pop singer/songwriter, RYMAN, is thrilled to release his single “Sugarcoat” which is out now. Ryman says  -“Sugarcoat” is a sonic series of polaroids that takes the listener through the story of a couple that has recently broken up and trying to figure out how to adjust to life separated. When your friends and family ask “what happened between the two of you?”  Do you tell them the truth, or do you try to sugarcoat it?”

Songwriter and production duo Eli & Fur return to Anjunadeep with ‘Temptation’, the first single following the release of their debut album ‘Found In The Wild’. 

Released in June 2021, ‘Found In The Wild’ has accumulated over 30 million streams across streaming platforms, received glowing reviews from Mixmag, DJ Mag, Clash Magazine, and Billboard, and support across BBC Radio 1 from Pete Tong, Danny Howard, and Sian Eleri, which culminated in an Essential Mix that the station themselves described as ‘epic and emotive; deep and devastating.

Salt Lake City pop/punk trio Wicked Bears are debuting a new single + video titled “Lucky.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Underwater” due out Spring 2023. The band says, “If you’ve ever dedicated $20 to a claw machine and gone home empty-handed, this song is for you.

Low Blow’s brand new, pure house EP “Good” has just been released on Nicky Romero’s label. The “Good” EP consists of 2 tracks, “Good” and “You Can’t Stop Me,” which he also played in the main room of Protocol’s 10-year anniversary ADE alongside Nicky Romero, Deniz Koyu, Dubvision, Stadiumx, Third Party as well as Afrojack and Martin Garrix. Low Blow was previously released on Armada, Toolroom, Axtone, Revealed, Smash The House, and Tomorrowland Music. 

Featuring a roster of indie rock nobility, Calm Collapse is comprised of Doug Lorig (Roadside Monument Patrol, Raft of Dead Monkeys) on guitar/vocals, Rob Smith (Traindodge, Museum of Light) on drums/keys, and Jon Pease (Medicine Bows) on bass. After meeting at a show in Seattle, Lorig and Smith began to build the framework for what would ultimately become the band’s debut record, Mirrored Nature

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