Talk about Girl Power!
Check out this week’s freshest tracks dominated by some of your favorite female artists. Four out of Five this New Music Friday is featuring Powerful Females and more!
Sanay Naman Ako by Jo.e
After doing her self well on two indie releases and hitting past the million stream mark on those releases—all while doing it independently—Jo.e finally puts out her first new original track under major label Viva Records via tuneful “Sanay Naman Ako.” This piano-decked, up-tempo pop has its roots on R&B and alt-pop, a fine combination and singer-songwriter Jo.e proves. Catchy and a good way to while away 3 minutes and 15 seconds of your time.
Hindi Na Nga by This Band
There’s no stopping This Band from making another hit. After hitting over 4 million views on YouTube and countless streams of their single “Kahit Ayaw Mo Na”, it’s safe to say that This Band really knows what they’re doing. The best way to celebrate all these well-deserved creds is to well, top it! “Hindi Na Nga” is a pop rock track for the hopeful. Sometimes you just have no choice but to face the music and believe that there’s still hope even in endings.
Virgo EP by Joslin
Local alternative pop has a new unicorn in Joslin, who mixes indie-flavored pop and ballads in her four-track debut EP entitled “Virgo.” Joslin manages to elicit the highest interest at the fewest of songs, with tracks like the oriental/Hawaiian amalgam of “Someday (Endgame).” Quirky and somewhat Lily Allen-esque “09171312020.” The basic chord prog deliciousness of “Sayo” and wispy, dreamy ukelele song “Credits.” A truly unique act, Joslin is as interesting as they go.