Songs We Liked - May 11, 2021

Our week after week gathering of the totally Best New Releases that showed up at MusicNgear's inboxes, featuring Roseanne Reid, Busty and the Bass, Nate Fredrick, Blxck Cxsper, Simon Flory, Paperdeer, Layla Kardan

Βe sure to support the music that moves you and give back, supporting artists is a great way to show your appreciation for the creativity and passion that goes into their work.

By Chris RoditisMusicngear Lead Editor

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Roseanne Reid - "Fly High"

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Fly High is taken from Roseanne Reid's EP Horticulture, released on April 10th. A track that's full of sound, color, and emotion, Fly High is one of Roseanne's most personal songs.

Connect With Roseanne Reid
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Busty and the Bass - " ET Part II: Venus" (feat. Terrell Morris, Kallitechnis & Tika The Creator)

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The Canadian jazz-funk octet Busty and the Bass are back with their new EP 'ET Suite', released on 17th March. If you're feeling down or you need a pick-me-up then ET Part II: Venus is for you.

Connect With Busty and the Bass
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Connect With Terrell Morris
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Connect With Kallitechnis
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Connect With Tika
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Nate Fredrick - "Love Someone"

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Love Someone is taken from Different Shade of Blue, the debut LP of Nashville's based singer-songwriter Nate Fredrickreleased on Feb. 26, 2021. A testament to Nate's musical genius, Love Someone is a catchy country song that anyone can easily sing. With clear lyrics and a beautiful sound, it is sure to be your new favorite song.

Connect With Nate Fredrick
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Blxck Cxsper - "Self Medicating"

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On Feb. 26, 2021, the up-and-coming R&B artist Blxck Cxsper released Self Medicating, a song about the artist's personal struggle with suicide, depression, and their recent diagnosis of autism.

Connect With Blxck Cxsper
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Simon Flory - "The More You Talk (The Less I Hear)"

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Taken from Simon Flory's latest album Haul These Blues Away released on Feb. 26, 2021, The More You Talk (The Less I Hear) will help you express your emotions through the right words. You'll love this catchy tune and find yourself singing along.

Connect With Simon Flory
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Paperdeer feat. BÖBE - "Fortress"

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Fortress is the second single of the Hungarian electronic band's upcoming album. Fortress is a deep and powerful song that sets the mood for the entire album! 

Connect With Paperdeer
Facebook / TwitterSpotify / Website

Connect With BÖBE
Facebook / InstagramSpotify 


Layla Kardan - "Underwater"

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Underwater is the fourth and final song of Layla Kardan's debut EP Abscission. If you're feeling stuck and unable to leave a toxic relationship in the past, this is the song for you.

Connect With Layla Kardan
Facebook / TwitterInstagram / Spotify


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About Chris Roditis

Chris Roditis has been an active musician since 1995 in various bands and projects across a variety of genres ranging from acoustic, electronic to nu metal, british rock and trip hop. He has extensive experience as a mixing engineer and producer and has built recording studios for most of the projects he has been involved with. His passion for music steered his entrepreneurial skills into founding MusicNGear in 2012.

Contact Chris Roditis at chrisroditis@kinkl.com

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