SONGS WE LOVED! 14-20 Feb 2022

A roundup of some of the best songs that arrived in our inboxes over the last month, that will hopefully power you through the remainder of the winter!

Featuring Sarah Dearlove, WaTa, Peach Martine, Flo Gallop, Polartropica, Many Voices Speak, Beth Keeping, Ryan Meeking, Sea Glass and Blue Mar.

By Chris RoditisMusicngear Lead Editor

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Sarah Dearlove - "Little Misery"

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Singer/songwriter Sarah Dearlove is releasing her beautiful voice to the world, with her new heart-touching dream-pop ballad Little Misery produced by Josh Tyrrell. Little Misery is the auditory equivalent of a work of art that sets the tone for Sarah's upcoming debut album Dear Love, Take Note set for release on 22 April.

Connect With Sarah Dearlove
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WaTa - "Inner City Blues"

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Budapest-based music producer WaTa's new EP Inner City Blues is packed with happy vibes and uplifting messages that encompass the message that the busy city life is beautiful. Tune in, slip on your headphones, and let WaTa blow you away!

Connect With WaTa
Facebook / Instagram / Spotify


Peach Martine - "I Would Have Given You The Moon"

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Multi-talented singer/songwriter Peach Martine unleashed a stunning live performance video for her new single I Would Have Given You The Moon, captivating audiences with her amazing talent and powerful vocals skills and delivering a dreamy soundscape that promises to sweep you away.

Connect With Peach Martine
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Flo Gallop - "sorry for you, mate"

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Singer/songwriter Flo Gallop is making waves in the music industry with her new single sorry for you, mate - an uplifting and refreshing pop gem that explores the end of a relationship and reminds you to celebrate the loss of someone who no longer deserves your time.

Connect With Flo Gallop
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Polartropica - "Serial Killer Slayer- Give Them Hell"

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Emerging L.A.-based dreamy/space rock artist Ihui Cherise Wu aka Polartropica blended together pop punk, garage rock, and electropop to create the powerful and awakening anthem Serial Killer Slayer- Give Them Hell, an ode to the brave people who fight back against kidnappers, serial killers, and predators.

Polartropica says that the song is "inspired by bad b$#(*& that fight back when faced with kidnappers, predators, serial killers, folks attacking seniors, and Joie Armstrong who taught educational programs at Yosemite for children before her life was ended by a human monster turd equivalent not even worth naming here, and went out with an epic fight that led to his capture"

Connect With Polartropica 
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Many Voices Speak - "Seat For Sadness"

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Taken off of her upcoming album Gestures set for release on 29th April via Strangers Candy, the Swedish singer/songwriter Matilda Mård aka Many Voices Speak shares her dreamy new single Seat For Sadness - an atmospheric and magical sonic journey that melts together Matilda's soothing vocals with ethereal sounds, to create an exquisite soundscape you won't want to miss.

Connect With Many Voices Speak​​​​​​​
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Beth Keeping - "I’m not looking for a friend"

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UK-based singer/songwriter Beth Keeping's latest haunting single I’m not looking for a friend is an open-hearted, delightful auditory treat with wonderful melodies and enchanting vocals that will warm your heart and lift your spirits!

Connect With Beth Keeping​​​​
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Ryan Meeking - "Better!"

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Keep your worries at bay and enjoy songwriter/producer Ryan Meeking's new feel-good song Better! - an infectious gem with refreshing, euphoric melodies that inspires everyone to feel the sunshine and make the most of every day!

Connect With Ryan Meeking​​​​
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Sea Glass - "New Romans" feat Blue Canopy

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New Romans is the first taste of what's to come from singer/songwriter Sea Glass's 2nd EP set for release later this year. Featuring hypnotic vocals from his fellow artist Blue Canopy, the two artists delivered a gorgeous, heartwarming indie dream-pop gem that is guaranteed to strike deep at your heartstrings.

Connect With Sea Glass​​​​
FacebookInstagram / Spotify

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Blue Mar - "Eulogy For Rohith Vemula"

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Taken off of London-based Blue Mar's upcoming album entitled The March Hare, Eulogy For Rohith Vemula is a creative outpouring that pays a poignant tribute to Rohith Vemula's life and activism in India. With soothing vocals and a warm ukulele accompaniment, Eulogy For Rohith Vemula is a song that touches the hearts of all.

Connect With Blue Mar​​​​
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Send all music submissions to Chris Roditis <chrisroditis@musicngear.com>.
To increase your chances of inclusion to one of our features, please include as much information as possible about the gear you used in the recording and production of the songs. We are open to all genres.

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