Pictured: Isla Noon

On today’s menu, you are going to find some delicious new music for you to enjoy from Jordan Brando, Shibashi & Aoife Whenyoung, Roy Bing & Ray Warren, Macy Rodman, Celina Sharma, X. ARI, Mallory Pacific, Isla Noon, Ginesse, and DASHA.

Jordan Brando – Roxi

Shibashi – All The Lights (feat. Aoife Whenyoung)

Something just fun for you to enjoy before the weekend – nothing more, nothing else. Although, I am sure there is a story somewhere within the glittery, beautiful aesthetics of this song.

Roy Bing – Rabs (feat. Ray ‘Rabs’ Warren)

I will never be able to look at Ray Warren in the same way ever again… in saying that, forget the Australian anthem, this song by Roy Bing needs to be played at the beginning of every NRL game.

Macy Rodman – Love Me

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Macy Rodman’s ‘Love Me!’ is about getting back with an ex who you know is bad for you, looked at from the perspective of a tongue-in-cheek, fuzzy pop anthem.

Celina Sharma – Her Wrongs

Some of the best highest, soaring vocals I have heard as of that. Celina has an incredible, large vocal range and the backing of her soothing, lo-fi atmosphere works well in conjunction.

X. ARI – Stranger to Saviour

Another smooth-as offering of what is to come from X. ARI’s forthcoming EP. Storywise though, this new one is, “Stranger to Saviour” is a love anthem that chronicles her journey from dating men and getting heartbroken to finally finding the right partnership unexpectedly with a woman.

Mallory Pacific – Emotional (Pride Remix)

Isla Noon – Talk About Us

Great track that showcases more than what Isla has to offer as your run-of-the-mill pop artist, in fact, ‘Talk About Us’ is a great portrayal of outreach, specifically about trying to reach someone in your life who has become closed off. “It’s confronting, almost melodramatic,” Isla says on the release of her new song. “The song leans into the self-consciousness of that situation, the bargaining, the unraveling, the white-knuckled holding-on-so-tight that sees the other person slipping through your fingers.”

Ginesse – Gatorade

Back in June Eat This Music covered ‘Gatorade’ when it was originally released as an audio single, well, today Ginesse has released the visual version of a solid pop anthem that continues to show why Ginesse is more than just an actress turned musician.

DASHA – Nervous

Whether it is the delicate vocals, or the soothing atmosphere, Dasha has yet to disappoint, with this new release continuing a great trend of personal stories.

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