2015 June Triple A Issue
I may have this confused a little but I think it was William Shakespeare who wrote “Friends and countrymen lend Rømans your ears. In any case, with their song “Uh Huh” already cracking the Top 25 on the Spotify viral chart and a much buzzed about performance at SXSW, Rømans are prepared to take over your ears. Fun Fact: since the band has a line drawn through the “o” you can easily do this by typing Alt+0248 on your Windows computer or Option + o on your Mac
Australian Meg Mac made like William Shakespeare and wrote a letter to herself. The result was her uplifting tune “Roll Up Your Sleeves”. Who hasn’t at one point in their lives stared in the mirror and silently said to themselves “everything is gonna be alright”? The song is certainly starting to hit with radio as it’s already entered the top 40 after only a month. The video is at over 400K streams on YouTube. I would take Meg’s advice and roll up your sleeves and prepare yourself for the onslaught as this is going to be a song that will not go away.
Who has the Starbucks app? I’m guessing everyone. So I assume you already know that Zella Day has the song of the week, with “High”. You should also assume the 12 million active users of the Starbucks app also now know of Zella Day, as does the Spotify audience that has streamed the song over 750K times. Yes, these are numbers to certainly get you “High”.
I would venture to say that Albert Hammond Jr. has one of the most distinctive guitar sounds around. This upbeat pop rock song from The Strokes lead guitarist is reminiscent of Kings Of Leon. It clearly shows that Albert is not “losing touch”.
I’m very lucky to have another great batch of exciting new tunes, including the follow up single to Death Cab For Cutie’s #1 song, a fairly brilliant Brit-Pop song from Boxed In, “24 Frames” from Jason Isbell continues to garner adds and new fans each week. Anderson East, who killed it at Non-Comm in Philly last month continues to rise. Sumer officially began this week and what better new song to play than the Bad Suns “We Move Like The Ocean” and we close out this edition of Radio Informer with Good Old War who are currently playing all over the United States and “Tell Me What You Want From Me” is looking to jump into the top 30. Enjoy!
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