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BRIDGE closes out the year in good company with new single "It’s Ok"

Los Angeles’ BRIDGE is closing out the year with a slick single titled “It’s Ok” that kicks off with a rebellious electric guitar screeching to the night as a seductive R&B rhythm guides the track’s movement forward. Beyond BRIDGE’s alluring timbre, there is expert instrumentation from the likes of Grammy-winner C.L. Baxter (organ, synths) and Lee Barbour (guitar), closing out the year in good company. The song’s black and white video adds a touch of elegance and mystery to the song: even as it dares drift into the unreality of dreams. “It’s Ok” is more than ok: it is a bold way to close out the year and promises even more great music to come from this L.A. rising artist. - René Cobar 

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Nataliya Nikitenko steps into brilliance in debut single "Oil & Water"

Nataliya Nikitenko debuts elegantly with a single titled “Oil & Water” that shows off her vocal prowess, fluid through a vivid lead piano melody that trickles as she ascends and descends flawlessly. With rich harmonies and well-timed string instrument swells to adorn the debut track with simmering feelings of loss and realizations of acceptance, the composition is a melancholic standout. An accomplished songwriter, having penned tracks such as Little Mix’s “No More Sad Songs (ft. Machine Gun Kelly)” and “Heavy” by Anne-Marie, Nikitenko joins the ranks of artists such as LP who step out of the shadows and into their brilliance, a spotlight awaiting them that no other could take. In “Oil & Water,” Nataliya Nikitenko appreciates the end of something, watching as it separates: the process, and its sound, are something to behold; stream the new single below. - René Cobar





Sapphire Hart opens up her heart in new single "Toxic Love Story"

Sapphire Hart has a new music video out for her single “Toxic Love Story,” where she displays the cool-smooth sound of her trap-soul style. The new song trots irregularly to Hart’s passionate-elegant vocals, with piano chord changes that sustain long enough to be felt beyond heard. The new song has an accompanying black and white music video that adds a seductive and profoundly emotional level to the story of love and expectations not met. Hart has a style that is direct and modern, fitting indeed for an age of intricate relationships and fast-track emotions. Stream the new music video for “Toxic Love Story” below for a glimpse at a rising Los Angeles artist. - René Cobar

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Jordan Suaste ascends past heartbreak in new single "Patience"

Jordan Suaste is both the creator and spectator of the brilliant sonic rivers of romance that flow in his latest single, “Patience.” Where some would fear allowing their emotions to flow, Suaste does not as he flexes his vocal prowess to posh instrumentation comprised of cute piano leads and sway-inducing beats sprinkled with the sweetness of R&B. Suaste debuts in “Patience” a glossy heartbreak track that serves both as a winter warmer and a shinny treat you can’t help show your friends. As Suaste ascends vocally in the song’s bridge, you cannot help think he is a young man that knows where he is headed, and it is up there; take a moment to stream the new music video for “Patience” below. - René Cobar





Subhi "Wake Me Up"

Subhi has released the latest single, "Wake Me Up", from her forthcoming EP. Originally from India, the independent Pop artist has been working the follow-up to her 2017 debut Shaitaan Dil for months, and wrote this track durning the first week of March. It captures that feeling of panic just before quarantine began

According to Subhi, "'Wake Me Up' is a song about that time, about the fear of being lonely, about hopelessness, helplessness and trying to find a way to remove the darkness from the world".

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