Musosoup Features

New feature here on Minimalistic Music blog, we have collaborated with Musosoup and their wide range of musicians to bring more music to our audience! Here’s our first features!

Bonze

Bonze

After being featured on BBC Introducing London, Bonze has come out with his song Jenny (Can You Hear Me?). The tune is an unapologetic love song that was written in a shed in two hours, and was publicly released on the 12th. This single is one of many songs that are apart of the album that is being set to release in 2022.

I enjoy because of the mix of electronic pop and synth/dream pop, it reminds me of a mix of Glass Animals and Telemarkk. His music is great for fans of Glass Animals, Slenderbodies, Atlas Genius, and other similar musicians.

Sienna

Sienna

Sienna is comprised of singer Daniel Roberts, guitarist George Broadhurst, bassist Taylor Asbridge, and drummer Rabbie McAdam-Duff. They’ve seen success with playing headline shows and multiple BBC air play. Barroom Brawls’ chaotic lyrics echoes the quick riffs that were squeezed into this 3 and half minute song.

Sienna has certainly matched up to their Arctic Monkeys and Royal Blood influences in this intense and certain-mosh-pit-starter song. This song is perfect for fans of the early Arctic Monkeys, and other UK 2000’s bands.

Emmrose

Emmrose

Partially inspired by the video game “Among Us”, imposter is about Imposter Syndrome and the way people think everyone eventually finds out that are a fraud. It’s a complex song, but overall it sheds light on how dangerous overconfidence is, and as well as having no confidence is. Emm hopes this song can help people that struggle with their self-worth in one way or the other.

Emmrose really sounds vulnerable in this song, and tells a great story at the same time. Emmrose would appeal to fans of Cloe Wilder, Lana Del Ray, and others of the likes.

Sophia

Sophia

Sophia has been called an artist to watch by BBC Introducing in the North East for 2021. Her humble and emotional brand of pop sparks a captivating style that has sparked the imagination of her growing fan base. Stay explores the confusion of a certain feeling when in a situation you never want to leave and stay in forever.

Stay is a great electronic and alternative pop song that is anthemic and has wonderful vocals. Sophia would appeal to fans of Moodbay, MisterWives, and Matilda Mann.

Wild Tibetan Monks

Lying Next to You by Wild Tibetan Monks

Wild Tibetan Monks are a Dublin based alt-rock band has recently released their song Lying Next to You. The song is about lying in not telling the truth, rather than physically lying next to someone. The conflicting feelings reflect what you feel after lying to someone you want to tell the truth to.

The live instruments really expose the acoustic honesty and regret in the song, making you feel the hurt and pain behind what the person feels in the song. Wild Tibetan Monks would resonate with fans of Pavement and other musicians of the likes.

Slowride

Forever in my Head by Slowride

Slowride has worked with Greenmount (Ellie Goulding) and Isaac Carpenter (Awolnation) for their previous debut single I Feel Like You that spiked the interest of bloggers, playlisters, and curators globally. Forever In My Head is their melodic/alternative sound that hopes to garner just as much interest.

This is a great song that reminds me a lot of Twenty One Pilots and Foster the People. This is a great band for fans of Robert DeLong, Twenty One Pilots, Foster the People, and Death Cab for Cutie.

Nana M. Rose

Nana M. Rose

The beautiful Nana M. Rose is excited to come out with her lead single from her upcoming EP (due to be released in May), Sweet Honey. The song captures the feeling of being in love, this being a bit different to her previous releases.

This song is a perfect introduction to the spring in a light-hearted and dreamy way, so I will gladly feel free to play it through my window when it is released on the 26th. This lovely musician is great for fans of Kate Bush, Nick Drake, and dreamy music.

Liza Weald

The Hologram by Liza Weald

The majestic sound of The Hologram comes from Liza Weald, a Netherland musician who has won a Rotterdam Music Award in November. The song is set to be released on the 26th, but has already released two new songs this year.

I was really excited to review this wonderful piece of work, because it reminds me a lot of what it would sound like if the Fleet Foxes had female lead singer. This indie folk musician would appeal to fans of Bear’s Den, The Oh Hello’s, Ben Howard, and Fleet Foxes.

Trent-Jean

Trent-Jean

One of the fastest accomplished musical groups to emerge from the Australian music scene in 2020 has recently released their song B4IDie, a story of how Trent-Jean got kidnaped by a woman.

The song is full of bada$$ energy, and is made for our playlists like Rock and Fuel. This is a great band for fans of Cleopatrick, Badflower, and other modern rock bands.

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By John Cronin

John is the founder and main writer for Unedited Music Blog, and although he struggled to obtain a satisfying amount of views on BlogSpot he is certainly more hopeful for success on WordPress. He currently is in touch with many musicians worldwide ranging from small to big bands, all of them he considers more than just musicians... He also considers them to be something like his friends. John's interest in music started back when he was attending Adams Middle School in his hometown of Massachusetts (USA). Considering himself as a music geek, little did he know he would make a kind of impact on the music industries the way he is doing now. Currently training to be an editor for Genius community and Waze Map Editors community, he certainly enjoys all that he does and is not planning to stop anytime soon.

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