I wanted to start compiling a list of songs that don’t get their own individual post and putting them into a big compilation with other tracks.

Today sees the release of the first consumption of music you should be eating – as recommended by Eat This Music.

Most of the music in this post contains music I have received or sort out myself throughout the day. Click on the artists/bands below and enjoy.

ANNALIA - DUST
Los Angeles, California

“I’m making pop songs with a twist… pulling in more real instrumentation and really focusing on my lyrics having depth and meaning.” — ANNALIA

Off her debut EP – out Spring 2018.

TAPESTRY - GHOST
Darwin, Northern Territory

WEKINGS - CONFUSION
Berlin, Germany

WIDE EYED BOY - SUN AGAIN
Liverpool, England

The latest release from the Liverpool based four-piece, ‘Sun Again’, is a powerful, driving track packed full of the snarling urgency that is fast becoming a staple of Wide Eyed Boy’s sound.

MICHEE - PULLING UP
London, England

Michee effortlessly delivers suave and thought provoking lyrics over an compelling and melodic beat which the signature sound of rhythmic keys.

This is in collaboration with Gamz, Empire House’s resident producer. This is just a teasing sample of the intuitive and stimulating music Michee plans to deliver this year. Stay tuned.

THE MAGIC NUMBERS - SWEET DIVIDE
London, England

“I never wanted to be a part of anything, the cool kids at school, the pretend outlaws. I was always an outsider, we’ve always been an outsider band. We don’t fit in, never have and never will. Especially now. As you get older you realise your strength in not giving a fuck. You realise what you’ve been trying to do your whole life. Create something that’s yours, your own world, your own views, make something special, start your own gang but always be YOU within it. Don’t conform. Don’t fall in line. Be free. Be inspired. Inspire. Live & Love. To all the Outsiders.” — Romeo, The Magic Numbers.

The first track to be taken from their forthcoming album ‘Outsiders’.

Submit your music to steve[at]eatthismusic[dot]com.

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