It’s important for everyone, no matter how old they are, to be aware of their mental health and wellbeing. Taking the time to check in on yourself every once in a while is a great way to keep your headspace clear and relaxed. It’s also important to know what resources you have available around you if you ever need help with your mental health. There might be people like counselors and therapists nearby who can offer guidance whenever needed. No one should feel ashamed or embarrassed about seeking out help for mental health– it could make all the difference!
The people who work at NewSound check out a lot of new music. Every day they try lots of new songs and recommend them to each other, discovering their favorites. On Mondays, NewSound Selects playlist is released for everyone showing the top picks by the writers there. This playlist includes anything that you’d want to share with your friends – no matter what type of music it is!
This week our music selection includes artists like Kaytraminé, Yaeji, Mura Masa, Lcy, Indigo De Souza and Bambii – and it’s all available on the NewSound playlist! You can listen to our songs on not just Apple Music but also Spotify. Don’t forget that when you buy something using an affiliate link from us, we get a little bit of money too.
Bambii has a song titled “One Touch”. Yaeji also has a track called “1 Thing to Smash” featuring Loraine James. Kaytraminé dropped a banger named “4eva” which features Pharrell Williams. Mura Masa’s jam is called “Whenever I Want”. Indigo De Souza made the song “You Can Be Mean”. Meanwhile, Pépe brings us all an awesome tune called “Katta”. Blue Bendy’s piece of music is entitled “Cloudy”. Mia Koden also created a single called “Hot Take”. Peverelist composed the nice track “Pulse I”. Lcy released her own hit showing us what she can do with her fantastic record named “Bad Blood”. Nathan Fake wrote the cool tune “Amen 96”. Split System made the upbeat melody titled “On the Street”. Pat Metheny crafted his own masterpiece entitled “From The Mountains” and Buggin gave us all something fresh and catchy: “All Eyes On You” featuring Glittering Insects’s composition, “Calcified Time”