Hello everybody! Welcome to this week’s roundup post of the Good Sounds Playlist. It’s a playlist updated each week with twelve new singles from artists all over the land, ready to be consumed by your lovely ears. If you’d like to be featured, drop me an email at email@example.com, or check out Sounds Good on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Philadelphia band Pilkington are responsible for the name of this week’s roundup. They dropped their debut album last Friday and it’s been spinning around my ears all weekend. There are also debuts from PLAY DEAD and sticky, with both their singles being featured in a way that makes me come alive and stuck in their distorted noise. Puns intended. Welcome to the world you sweet little cherubs.
It’s quite an eclectic mix of sounds across the board this week. The gothic vibes of VEDA kicks the playlist off, accompanied by the definitely not disco new single from Trying. Fiona Grey makes one hell of an impact on ‘Kerosene’, while The Noodle Boys provided some of the best press shots imaginable, and I’m really impressed by the off-kilter pop music conjured up by Megan Lara Mae, which I feel sets you up nicely for the mind-melting ‘Mother’ from For Breakfast.
Thank you very much for checking out and listening to the Good Sounds Playlist. Inside these roundup posts are links to each artists’ social media pages alongside their respective single. Perhaps you could get in touch with your favourites and tell them Sounds Good sent you? That would be nice. If you could also give the playlist a follow on Spotify, that would be even nicer.
GOOD SOUNDS PLAYLIST ROUNDUP / IMPOSTER SYNDROME
VEDA / LEAVE IT ALL BEHIND
FOR BREAKFAST / MOTHER
PLAY DEAD / WHITSTABLE