5 Hot Tracks For Placement

 

RUN RABBIT RUN
BLACK MAP

 

Bay Area's Black Map return with Run Rabbit Run, an angsty cut chronicling the bitter consequences of conforming to society and straying from your true self. Heavy, frantic, and energy-packed alternative rock for those who crave a hard hitting return to the glory days of Chevelle, Thrice, and the Deftones.

 
 
 

SAW YOU IN A DREAM
THE JAPANESE HOUSE

 

The Japanese House is a notable, genre defining artist out of the dream pop field. On Saw You In A Dream, Amber Bain muses on the bittersweet experience of reconnecting with a childhood friend, who passed away, in her dreams. Combining laid-back guitar tones, trippy filtered vocal harmonies á la Imogen Heap, and a shimmering, hazy electronic backbeat, we are invited into her perfect hallucination.

 

CLOSING TIME
FYFE

 

A peaceful bed of lush piano introduces Closing TimeFyfe's fragile falsetto appears like a ray of morning sun, giving us a melancholic taste of internal conflict. As the story continues, we experience the sorrow in letting go of a real love through his shattered lens. Nothing hurts as good as a tender ballad.

 
 
 

EVE
ANGELO MOTA FEAT. TOPAZ JONES

 

Eve is an impactful and necessary departure from the meaningless trap anthems getting heavy airplay these days. Inventive New Jersey rappers, Angelo Mota and Topaz Jones spit an artful mix of clever religious references and revealing social commentaries. It's impossible not to be mesmerized by the strikingly sultry bass, neo-soul tinged drums, and undertone of toughness. 

 

I WANT TO SING FOR THEM ALL
MEKLIT FEAT. ANDREW BIRD

 

Meklit brings an extraordinarily colorful spirit to I Want To Sing For Them All. The song is a radiant love letter to her early musical influences, channeling her Ethiopian roots and American upbringing. Featuring captivating polyrhythms, uplifting horn accents, and a sparkling violin solo from Andrew Bird, this is an eclectic celebration you don't want to miss.