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Vibez Release Radar

As we hit the summer dancefloors of music, Vibez looks back at some of the best hits from the past month.

Ginesse - Gatorade

Los-Angeles based Ginesse blossoms from her debut EP Somewhere To Die into her latest single, 'Gatorade'.

Delving into the tongue-in-cheek play on the personal interest of astrology, listeners swim deep into soaring vocal tones that flow between the addictive, pulsating beats of indie-pop. Speaking about the track, Ginesse added: "For some reason, mercury going into retrograde has always put me in a very nostalgic place. It’s a love letter to those I shared time with where the doors have remained open without resolution and without a clear understanding of why.”

Personally, known as Cait Fairbanks, the versatile actress and singer is on the verge of something special.

Oh Papa - Salut Sue

On the rise quartet, Oh Papa, graces us with the summer freedom feeling within 'Salut Sue'.

Slacked with the channelling emotions of escapism, flowed between the dreamy percussion with pensive guitar strings, Oh Papa finds the perfect spot throughout their intricate yet meaningful sounds. Speaking in more detail, the band said: "'Salut Sue' is a story of free and wild escapism. It draws from memories of road trips past, creating a world in which there is no weight, anxiety or obligation; just a car, a sleeping bag, a loved one and the open road."

Since their emergence in the late 2010s, Sheffield outfit, Oh Papa, are slowly becoming the band we all want to succeed in life.

La Club Royale - Vibes

In true fashion, La Club Royale second offering of their career follows the standards of their debut with the funky 'Vibes'.

With the easing of restrictions happening anytime soon, La Club Royale heavily inspired disco fusion with the twist of electronic beats is the bittersweet track to enjoy this summer.

Delving into the feeling of having a good time and reminiscing the past, La Club Royale work is the escape we all need.

Daniel Joy - How To Talk To Girls

From one end of the stick to another, the Danish scene continues to blossom as Daniel Joy bounce between the beats of indie-pop within 'How To Talk To Girls'.

Being a tribute to the shy guy, Daniel Joy tells a story of one through the breakdown of quirky but upbeat choruses alongside stripped-back vocal tones. Speaking of his inspirations, Daniel Joy added: "I recall the awkward moments in bars, you know, the moments where one of your friends introduces you to this girl, and you suddenly turn into a silent and uncomfortable shell. It’s just as much about impressing your friends as it is finding the courage to talk to a girl you've just met. No one wants to be known as the shy and awkward friend sitting in the corner, and I can think of a dozen times where a book for dummies or a tutorial video would have come in handy. I still don’t know what’s going on - so here’s a song about it!"

As he works on more songs to bring to 2021, fans of Troye Sivan and LANY will have Daniel Joy on repeat.

Eden Rain - Rent In The City

Leeds newcomer Eden Rain continues to establish herself as an artist to watch, with her most ambitious work to date throughout 'Rent In The City'.

Inspired by her move to London and feeling the atmosphere of the bustling city, Eden Rain tells the story with dreamy yet staple vocal tones with the blend of alt-pop beats with R&B undertones.

From her first two singles, 'Wake Up You're Stuck' and 'Out In The Cold', to where she is now, Eden Rain has one future ahead of her.

ROSIN - Tired of Dancing

Brighton-based Rosin realms the life of indie-folk with the touch of pop throughout her hit single 'Tired of Dancing'.

Taken from her debut EP, Now I'm A Woman, ROSIN intricate yet relatable piano ballad reflects on the world of unhealthy relationships and finds the perfect balance of her past and accepting what has happened. Speaking about her latest work, she explained: “I wrote this song last summer together with my best friend. Being in lockdown and feeling really lonely sometimes made me romanticize my past relationship, which had unhealthy tendencies in reality. In Tired of Dancing, I try to remind myself of all the things that made me want to leave it in the first place."

With her latest work now in the hands of her fans, ROSIN next step into the music scene will be one to look forward to.

BAYEM - Joyride

German American pop artist BAYEM returns in style with the summer bliss of 'Joyride'.

Infected by the modern shimmer of synths and breaking drums with the flow of noughties undertones, BAYEM juxtaposes the soundscapes with the lyrical story of a toxic relationship. Of 'Joyride', BAYEM explained: "'Joyride' is a song about the feelings of volatility in a messed up s