New Music Discovery – May Edition

To kick off the first new music Friday of May, here are five new songs for you to discover:

Pisces Moon – I Would Die 4 U

Indie pop duo Pisces Moon’s cover of Prince’s “I Would Die 4 U” is a complete 180 spin on the 1984 cut from “Purple Rain.” As opposed to the original’s quick tempo and streamlined melody, Pisces Moon takes it down to a crawl for this acoustically-tinged, muted bass-filled, ethereal rendition.


Heartrending vocals highlight “STAY,” the single by indie pop artist, RuBe. Also, “STAY” is set in a cavernous soundscape featuring echoing keys and solemn strings. The overall talent exhibited by RuBe is jaw-dropping – she is surely an emerging artist with star potential.

Eva Poklonskaya – In Another Galaxy

A minimalist set of taut synth notes lead in “In Another Galaxy” by Eva Poklonskaya. However, before long, a rush of hustling keys appears, followed by a subsequent rumbling drum that kick starts a sequence featuring crashing jangles.

Little Minutes – Crush Your Heart

Ushered in by dreamy, cascading chords, “Crush Your Heart” by Little Minutes also features a set of prismatic vocals fragmented across the soundscape. Eventually, the aforementioned chords contribute elasticized reverb to this song.

Slade Lake – Heart glow

“Heart glow” by singer-songwriter Slade Lake features a multifaceted melody that begins with chiming chords, rollicking drums and rustic acoustic tinges mixed in. However, around 2:38 it switches up into a dreamy cavalcade of sound before falling into a momentary sunny acoustic-led interlude that precedes the end.


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