Weekly Roundup: Feb. 19

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Every Monday, we bring you a playlist filled with tracks the Melodic staff has been listening to on repeat. Hear some of our latest obsessions below:

Kacey Fifield – “Never Reply” The track confronts the feeling of being confident that it’s best to leave someone in the past and move forward as a better version of yourself, a message all listeners should dare to relate to.
– Brittany Muldoon

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Libby Whitehouse – “OMG” New love is intoxicating. The way we feel is indescribable, the only words that suffice is just the expression “Oh my god!” Libby’s sound is reminiscent of early 2010’s pop, taking inspiration from the electronic sound that influenced that pop era
– Shauna Hilferty

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Estella Dawn – “Angel” Known for ignoring genre boundaries, her latest single remains true to Dawn’s innovative style. Primarily caught in the pop lane, “Angel” is alternative, flirts with rock, and has undertones of R&B influences. Dawn seamlessly moves between various musical genres, showcasing her ability to fluently “speak” multiple “languages” effortlessly in just one composition.
– Cass Faulding

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Jack West – “Lost At Heart” By age 12, Jack was touring with Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, so it’s no surprise that his 2020 single “Missing Out” features Mike McCready on a guitar solo. Jack West’s music offers a voice to his generation, especially after navigating how his songwriting process worked for him both before and after the pandemic. Now, he’s diving into the world of alt-pop.
– Caroline Speer

 

Hear the rest of our staff picks on the playlist!

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