NMA Radio Round 23 August 2021: Lord, Lizo and Cardy B, Official and others

Lord

The ‘Ring of Emotions’

Mood Ring is the third single released from Lord Five Star’s new album “Solar Power” which explores the personal and spiritual relationship of the Kiwi pop star. She described the song as a “superficial sight” on a false-safety culture. “I can’t feel anything (I will continue my ring) Tell me how I feel (floating, floating”, She screams loudly at Claro and Phoebe Bridgegers on heavy guitar strings and in the background. – Kistina Bumidin

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Paul McCartney

Beckon ‘Find My Way’

Paul McCartney finds a humorous, disco-inspired twist in this mixed version of Beck’s “Find My Way.” This new take on the first beat of the music keeps the feel of the rock, but just like in the accompanying music video, it allows you to slide and slide. – KB

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On the B list

Lizo

‘Gossip’ Shoes Cardy B

Lizo’s New Age is here to release her own self-improvement song “Gossip”. Fun Guitar, Tire City and Noise Horns, and Card B Repeat Clubs, choose ‘Stories’ to Caregiver Choice to boost your self-confidence during these low days. – KB

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Beds

‘Shaking in the Shadow’

The Cubs began ‘swinging their new single’ in the shade last summer. Filled with amazing guitar, bright bass and staggering drums, this brilliant, dance-inspired Indy Rock single adds to Britain’s record three. – KB

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On C list

Publicity

‘In My Hand’

Clubs will reopen, and the announcement is back with new music. Incidentally? We don’t think so. This is the first of five songs released last week in ‘Trembling Arms’, ‘Never Enough’ in the new EP. This six-minute track, reminiscent of the roots of a former club player “In My Hand I Want You” Both proximity to sweat and live performances trigger electric shocks. – KB

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Binkie

The “Invisible Fence”

Brooklyn-based artist Binkie proves his versatility in this “genre-mixed single” part of the original EP of the four songs, part of the “motor function”. The electronic-connected-post-punk sound blended with Binkie’s brutal but deeply emotional tone reinforces the painful feeling of love- “Where, where do you throw it? / I have to love me, from whom do you get your interest?” – KB

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PinkPantheress

‘Only for Me’

The name of the British singer-songwriter Pinkpantes may not be known at first glance, but her clever voice that hinders this contagious hook may- “When you wipe your tears / do you just wipe it for me?”. After releasing countless videos on TikTok, the hilarious, 2000s-inspired bedroom synth-pop song ‘Only for Me’ has now finally been released on all streaming platforms. – KB

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Jordan Rakey

‘Clouds’

Jordan Rakey’s “Cloud” sees the singer reflect on racial identity, rights and discrimination. In a statement, the multi-instrumentalist and producer said that discussions over race over the past few years had inspired him to write about his own experiences: About him: I have never been open about this before.

Rakey delivers in-depth and lyrical lyrics on a collaborative vocal and melanolic synthesis background: “Who am I, who am I? (But a false slave / my dangerous mind) under my black and white skin ”. – KB

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