BLEND's Monthly Music Radar
By Berkley Moates
“Guiding Light” by Mumford and Sons
“All Eyes” by Crooked Colours
“Can’t Relate (feat. YBN Nahmir, YG)” by DaniLeigh
“NOTHIN LIKE U” by KYTRANDA, Ty Dolla $ign
“Right Now” by The Undercover Dream Lovers
“count on” by Shallou Colin
“My Own Thing” by Chance the Rapper, Joey Purp
“Is Magic Gone” by FKJ
“Cheers (feat. Q-Tip)” by Anderson .Paak
“For You (feat. Tory Lanez & G-Eazy)” by Phora
Under the name, FKJ (French Kiwi Juice), Vincent Fenton produces simple, low-key beats that melt like butter. His latest release, “Is Magic Gone”, appears on the radar this month as a subtle groove to add some chill to your December. If you’re beginning to study for finals in school or need to detox after work, FKJ’s smooth sounds will fulfill your needs.
Mumford and Sons, the British folk band, has continued to create rick and powerful albums fusing country, rock and bluegrass into their sound. Their latest album, Delta, has showcased the musicians’ incredible song-writing and instrumental talent in their ongoing collection of brilliance. “Guiding Light” is just one of their impactful, atmospheric tracks on the new record, and why it’s on BLEND’ radar for the month.
Crooked Colours, an electronic trio from Australia, is beginning to make waves with their eccentric sound. Their song, “All Eyes”, on our radar is the perfect late night, chilly car ride vibe. Their raspy vocals and upbeat flow have made them a hot act rising in popularity overseas. CHECK THEM OUT!