RPM Presents: Tunesday 1/28/20

RPM Presents: Tunesday 1/28/20

0Shares

This week’s Tunesday has some oldies, some goodies, death, and everything in between. Apparently January is a mood.

Open in Spotify

“Feeling Good” by Nina Simone

Feeling Good -Nina Simone (Lyrics)

“The instrumental in this song can’t help but make you feel good. There’s a lot of versions of this song, but nothing beats the original.” -Becca

“Seasons in the Sun” by Terry Jacks

Terry Jacks - Seasons In The Sun (Official Audio)

“One of those reflective songs of life with an on brand juxtaposition of light cheer and dark thoughts or contrasting melodies that mix a question in whether this is a happy song or a somber one. Real catchy too.” -David

“People” by Slow Corpse

Slow Corpse - People (Official Music Video)

“This is a rad band from Ashland, Oregon consisting of some friends of friends. It always feels good to support local acts that you believe in. Hope this Tunesday pick finds it’s way in your playlists!” -Allie

“Your Light” by The Big Moon

The Big Moon - Your Light (Official Video)

“The London-based band just released their second album Walking Like We Do, and this lead single is a blissful combo of multiple musical movements that blend together so well.” -Andrew

“Flavor Of The Week” by American Hi-Fi

American Hi-Fi - Flavor Of The Weak (Official Video)

“Was in junior high when this band broke the post-punk indie rock scene with this single. They’ve led me down this rabbit hole of a genre for years to come.” -Jay

“Skeleton Man” by Coyote Kid

Coyote kid - Skeleton Man (Official Music Video)

“I’ve had a rough month, and this new release from Coyote Kid speaks to my soul. The music video is great too. Nothing like seeing Death on the light rail.” -Becca

“Senza un Perché” by Nada


“By Italian singer Nada, this a very pure and beautiful song. It’s one of those songs I can’t help but sway to whenever I hear it.” -David

“Hypersonic Missiles” by Sam Fender

Sam Fender - Hypersonic Missiles

“This newly discovered gem launched itself into my sonic atmosphere this week, and it couldn’t match my weekly mood more perfectly. A solid indie rock track with a great mix!” -Allie

“Simmer” by Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams - Simmer [Official Music Video]

“The Paramore frontwoman came out with her first solo song last week and it is such a departure from the band’s music while also maintaining her signature singing style. Very rad.” -Andrew

“Never Be The Same (Alpha 9 Remix)” by Tritonal

Tritonal Feat. Rosie Darling - Never Be The Same (ALPHA 9 Remix)

“Was feeling a lot of Euro trance big room sound this week, and I love how the vocals and sounds sit so well together in this Tritonal and Alpha 9 creation.” -Jay

Similar Posts

0Shares