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HOT HALF DOZEN 10.18.22 – IndiePulse Music Magazine

150 submissions this week one of which is up for a Grammy nom ( Free Time by Whiney Tai-voting Saturday – fingers crossed. Check out my top six

150 submissions this week

Morfo, album by Charlotte dos Santos. Torch songs, R&B, love songs and more  all rolled into one beautiful package and wrapped up with her butter-smooth vocals delivered with truly brilliant production . Each of the 13 songs on this album will simply carry you away. Stream on Spotify, Bandcamp, YouTube, Apple Music, deezer.

Escapándome (de mi), video/single by Ile. Beautiful, dryly emotional,  totally engaging.  With laid back drumming, gentle electric guitar strums  and her voice Auto-tuned in the bridges. It works so well. Stream on Spotify. Video on YouTube.  Spanish.

Free Time, single by Whitney Tai and Harry Vato. In the running  for a Grammy nomination this  year in the Pop Duo / Group Performance category. Inspiring, danceable, sophisticated, hypnotic. This is a hit-repeat song full of joy, urgency and beats that won’t let you go. Stream on Spotify.

Lemon Trees, album by Binx. Unique, catchy and deeper than it sounds. Binx uses her unique accented voice and unusual and simple production to deliver another earworm. Stream on Spotify

What He Didn’t Do, single/video by Carly Pearce. Sweet county from the ACM/CMA Awards Female Artist/Vocalist of The Year with something more. Brutally real, but encased in a  mesmerizing melody and  a heavenly voice. The lyrics reveal  strength in heartbreak and a lesson to men everywhere.  Video on YouTube Stream on Spotify.

Una Vida Y Otra Más, single by Flor de Toloache. Hooks in samba? A Mariachi group doing samba? You bet, and a whole lot more  by the Grammy-winning mariachi group. Released just before their upcoming national tour and drop of their new album. They take it to an exciting new level. Available on Spotify, Apple Music. Spanish.

BONUS: Albert Collins  Cold Snap and Johnny Winter’s Third Degree  on vinyl from Alligator Records

Patrick O’Heffernan

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