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Here are 10 Indie tracks that we enjoyed this week! Our top tracks this week including Eyes Wide Shut by Joey Jaey featuring Tariq and Believing In My Lies by Pink Landy. The Bottom of the Bottle – Monsters
“I feel like I’m a misunderstood person overall; people misinterpret the things I say,” Queen Naija tells Apple Music of the title to her debut album. The YouTube star turned R&B singer whose single “Medicine” catapulted her onto Capitol
At 28, Demi Lovato is reckoning with a life in the spotlight that has been anything but glamorous. After being sexually assaulted by one of her Disney Channel costars at age 15, the pop singer says she fell into
“All of these songs are me reflecting on these times before the pandemic hit,” Blu DeTiger tells Apple Music about her debut EP. “It’s me having this constant battle in my head of, ‘Where am I at? What do
Michigander, the musical moniker of Jason Singer, radiates Midwestern magnetism in his crystalline vocal delivery, sure, but mostly through his jumbo-sized anthemic pop-rock hooks. Every song on his third EP, Everything Will Be Ok Eventually, written over the course of
On 2020’s Changes, the newly married pop star extolled the healing powers of love and faith, serving up sensual, clear-eyed R&B ballads about devotion, commitment, and inner peace. Justin Bieber’s sixth album Justice continues that narrative, but finds inspiration in something arguably
In a genre that can be unkind towards too much change, Architects’ ninth album aims to challenge that mindset. “We can do whatever we want,” drummer and primary songwriter Dan Searle tells Apple Music. “The ultimate question is, do
Whether they’ve created quarantine albums at lightning speed or dreamt up inspired collaborations over Zoom, lockdown has pushed artists to get creative from the confines of their homes. For HAIM, that meant returning to Women in Music Pt. III, the
“I have this idea that if the record was a movie poster there’d be a tagline that was like, ‘Power, Wealth, and Mental Health,’” Hold Steady frontman Craig Finn tells Apple Music. “It felt like a heavy time in
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