There's lots of new jams to check out by Mallrat, Efraim Leo, NOTD and Meg Myers
MALLRAT - "In the Sky"
On her debut EP, "Uninvited," Brisbane, Australia teenager Mallrat sang of school, parties and exclusion. Those relatable tunes and catchy melodies brought her to the top of the Hype Machine charts in 2015.
Mallrat recently returned with her second EP, "In The Sky." The five-track collection shows Mallrat's progression as an artist, and has garnered attention from the likes of NPR, New York Times and more. With slow building songs like "Texas" nestled among bubblegum-sweet, anti-pop anthems like "Groceries" or "Better," this EP is set to be the soundtrack of the summer.
EFRAIM LEO "You Got Me Wrong" (John Dahlback Remix)
"You Got Me Wrong" by Swedish singer-songwriter Efraim Leo coupled vivacious vocals over a shimmering synth. The rhythmic electro-pop song is dancey from the get-go, but with the magical touch of Swedish house music producer John Dahlback, this tune is transformed into an instant bop. This track amassed the attention of renowned DJ Tiësto when he professed that he was a fan of this track and played it on his mix show.
NOTD – "I Wanna Know" (Acoustic) feat Bea Miller
Stockholm, Sweden teen duo NOTD have officially remixed of some of the biggest names in pop (Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato). Their newest track, "I Wanna Know," featuring Bea Miller, has acquired over 55 million Spotify streams so far, and has hit Today's Top Hits, Top 50 in Spotify US Charts, Top 30 iTunes Pop Charts and Top 10 Spotify US and Global Viral Charts.
The new acoustic rendition of "I Wanna Know," highlighting Miller's vocals, shares the message of the track in a fresh way.
MEG MYERS – "Take Me To The Disco"
Singer-songwriter Meg Myers grew up in a Jehovah’s Witness household, but when she turned 19, she packed her bags and moved to LA to pursue a music career. Myers forthcoming album Take Me To The Disco follows her debut album Sorry, which was released in 2015. Earlier this month, the lead single, 'Numb,' was released and received praise from the New York Times, NPR, Stereogum, Uproxx and more. She recently unleashed the title track from her forthcoming record, "Take Me To The Disco."