Lens Mozer – “All My Friends” // Kito Fujio

Complete with jangly, washy guitars and a reliable stomp of a beat, Lens Mozer is here with a song for those summer days that are too hot to do much except sink into some great new music. Ideal for hammocks and fresh-brewed sun tea.

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Shoffy – “Motions” // Marco Argüello

It’s road trip season, and “Motions” is tailor-made for such an occasion. Finger-picked guitar and easy-to-sing lyrics keep it a crowd-pleaser, but it’s that persistent beat that will help you tear down the open road to your destination.

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The Drury Brothers – “Day In Day Out” // Glennray Tutor

The Drury Brothers are here to celebrate the best that nightlife has to offer, they’re bringing you along, and they won’t take no for an answer. They’re even buying the first round. Bring some cash for late night pizza.

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Wages – “Rattlesnake” // Simon Hennessey

That’s not venom rushing through your veins – it’s the infectious rhythm of a new song from Wages. The lead guitar’s got fangs, but it scales back during the verses for a dynamic tune that slithers right into your heart. Snake puns!

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Vera – “In And Out Of Love” // Kelsey Beckett

Vera’s got your newest fix for a sexy sax solo on “In and Out of Love”. Heartbeat-kicks and heavy grooves give lots of opportunity for hip-shaking and making eyes from across the room. This one belongs in a lot of smokey lounges.

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Private Island – “Turbulence” // Uriginal

Private Island gives you a lot to believe in on their new song about the disillusionment of a toxic relationship. “Turbulence” is a hazy yet determined march, punctuated by ethereal keys and guitar chords, and rooted by deeeeeeeeep bass with groove to spare. Like that slightly intoxicated moment when you realize that you’re in over your head, Private Island’s newest sweeps you up in its eddies until the drum beat fades out.

For another bump of Private Island, check out “Drugs” on VINYL MOON Volume 013: Meanwhile…

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Only Girl – “HEIGHTS” // Juan Miguel Palacios

Only Girl sings “I can only reach those heights with you,” but based on her vocal range in this song, I’m not sure I believe her. She seems to be doing remarkably well on her own. That being said, I’m sure she could be a part of one hell of a duet…

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Vilde – “Fully Fledged” // Prudence Flint

Vilde is back with another great song whose silky synths belie anxious, nihilist lyrics. As always, his masterful, small details give an otherwise straightforward track more than enough dimension to delve into. Vilde gets better with each listen. How about an album already, hmm?

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Sorcha Richardson – “4AM” // Vanessa Lemen

Sorcha Richardson comes roaring back into her electronic-leanings with “4AM”, a bass-driven track ready to get the whole audience singing and clapping along. Whether you play this in the wee hours or in the middle of the afternoon, you won’t want to go anywhere without it.

Get more of Sorcha with “Petrol Station” from VINYL MOON Volume 005: Go Outsize!

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[PREMIERE] Noble Oak – “Out There” & album announce

Whether you take it in as a sunshine-drenched pop gem, a break-up anthem, or 80’s nostalgia to tide you over until the new season of Stranger Things, a new Noble Oak track is cause for celebration. That’s why we’re thrilled to premiere the producer’s latest track “Out There” and announce his upcoming sophomore album, Collapsing Together. Unabashedly tender and ballad-esque, “Out There” underpins its shimmering piano melodies with massive drums and the sexiest soprano sax this side of “Baker Street“. It risks becoming too melodramatic to take seriously, but the despondent lyrics give it a believable emotional core: “I’m not ready for love/I’m not ready for anything”. Hopefully we’ll be ready for the rest of the album, to be released August 2017.

Find the tracklist for Collapsing Together below, and revisit Noble Oak’s excellent track “All I Said” as featured on VINYL MOON Volume 014: From The Window.

Collapsing Together tracklist:
1. After The Ending
2. Out There
3. Come True
4. Steal
5. Hope, Expectation
6. Dive
7. Goes Dark
8. Can’t Be Sure
9. Distance Gone
10. Hold
11. Something More