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Songs that you can’t miss out on this month!

New York musician B.Miles returns with her new song “The Year I Felt Cool”  described as “giving us the language when our emotions are hard to explain” (Refinery29) and as “a bridge to pop music’s future” (Ones To Watch), this is B.Miles first new single of 2023, which comes in conjunction with a hometown headlining show at New York’s legendary Bowery Ballroom on March 17 – her largest to date as audiences continue to discover her music is “mesmerizing” (The FADER)

Indie Artist Emmrose releases her new Indie-Pop single ‘17 Inside’, off of the forthcoming full-length album ‘Thorns’; an album of wistful songs seeking forgiveness, letting go, and moving forward. Simply put, Emmrose spent the year of being a seventeen-year-old inside her bedroom in Manhattan. She never had the chance to see friends in person; conversations suddenly ended, and relationships were put on hold.

Alternative singer-songwriter Joe P has teamed up with GRAMMY-nominated artist K.Flay on a new version of his breakout hit, ‘Off My Mind.’ 

Joe P says,

This version of the song brings out an entirely different emotion that I didn’t know existed within the song until I heard K. Flay singing on it. I really wanted to avoid it feeling like it was a cliche “guy and girl singing to each other duet” so I tried aiming for more of the same message that the song holds but from two different perspectives. I don’t even see the two characters/singers in the song knowing each other exist, but rather just living in their own personal scenarios that just so happen to be the same.

‘Bad Habits’  a new single by Joel Porter is about living in the constant state of an emotional hangover, totally apathetic and unable to pick yourself up and make the changes that would benefit your life. Drifting/wishing for things to be different but choosing to stay safe instead of stepping into healthy change… ultimately surrendering to the idea of giving up.