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RECORD REWIND 2020: PGTC Picks, Week Nine

Sunday afternoon means it’s time for the Record Rewind, highlighting the top new tracks that you might’ve missed during the work week, all from my favorite small label and independent acts out there. If it’s on the site, it’s something that you need to check out!

Across the PGTC SoundCloud page and my playlists on Spotify, these stuck out as my favorite independent songs of the week…
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PICK OF THE WEEK: ONE
SHY MARTIN featuring BOY IN SPACE – “Still The Same” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: Fifth appearance / Second appearance

You’ve seen both of these performers spotlighted on the Rewind with their own solo material, so it’s no surprise that they work very well together. Last October, they teamed up on the song “On A Prayer”. Now, our prayers have been answered for a good follow-up.

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For more great new music, these songs are worth a listen…
ADAM MELCHOR – “30 Minutes”
BRIGETTA – “Could’ve, Should’ve, Would’ve”
JAKE SCOTT – “Open Eyes”
JT ROACH – “Black Hair Ties”
OVERSTREET – “For A Heartache”

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RECORD REWIND 2020: PGTC Picks, Week Four

Sunday afternoon means it’s time for the Record Rewind, highlighting the top new tracks that you might’ve missed during the work week, all from my favorite small label and independent acts out there. If it’s on the site, it’s something that you need to check out!

Across the PGTC SoundCloud page and my playlists on Spotify, these stuck out as my favorite independent songs of the week…
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PICK OF THE WEEK: ONE
BRIGETTA & JAKE SCOTT – “How Did We Get Here?” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: Third appearance / first appearance

Both of these performers were featured in separate episodes of the NBC songwriting competition Songland, though neither had the winning pitch for their respective artist. Now, the pair is together again and making fantastic music, including this beautiful ballad.

PICK OF THE WEEK: TWO
FLY BY MIDNIGHT – “The Ad Above Your Head” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: 14th appearance

After recently moving to Los Angeles, the duo of Justin Bryte and Justin Slaven are wasting no time flying back onto the Rewind. A slight change of pace from some of their more recent tunes, the men still manage to put together a good song with a dreamy sound.

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For more great new music, these songs are worth a listen…
JT ROACH – “Unforgettable”
MAX GEORGE – “That’s Not Me”

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RECORD REWIND 2019: PGTC Picks, Week Thirty Seven


Sunday afternoon means it’s time for the Record Rewind, highlighting the top new tracks that you might’ve missed during the work week, all from my favorite small label and independent acts out there. If it’s on the site, it’s something that you need to check out!

Across the PGTC SoundCloud page and my playlists on Spotify, these stuck out as my favorite independent songs of the week…
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PICK OF THE WEEK: ONE
JT ROACH – “Make It Up To You” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: Second appearance

After his win on the NBC show Songland, leading to his original composition “Somebody To Love” being cut by OneRepublic, the Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter delivers another cool lyric and song with a much softer production, which flows very well.

PICK OF THE WEEK: TWO
WRABEL – “Flying” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: Eighth appearance

A few cuts from this performer’s new EP titled One Of Those Happy People (which came out on Friday) have already been included on the Rewind since the spring. This track, a groovy and glitzy gem that was written with Jesse Shatkin and Jesse Thomas, is a bop.

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For more great new music, these songs are worth a listen…
DRUMAQ – “Granola”
EMILY VAUGHN – “Baddie”
GABRIELLE APLIN – “Kintsugi”
PRETTY SISTER & MARCLO – “Tequila”
YOUR SMITH – “Man Of Weakness”

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RECORD REWIND: PGTC Picks, December 9-15, 2018

Sunday afternoon means it’s time for the Record Rewind, highlighting the top new tracks that you might’ve missed during the work week, all from my favorite small label and independent acts out there. If it’s on the site, it’s something that you need to check out!

Across the PGTC SoundCloud page and my playlists on Spotify, these stuck out as my favorite independent songs of the week…

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AIDAN ALEXANDER – “Melancholia” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: First appearance
Notes: Actor and singer Alexander has a notable fan base already, and he makes the weekly post with this intriguing smooth sound.

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CARLIE HANSON – “Numb” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: Sixth appearance
Notes: Rewind regular Hanson shifts from the more poppy “Toxins” to this hard-hitting hip hop jam, another great single from her.

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DELANEY JANE – “Psycho” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: First appearance
Notes: Coming off the radio hit “Bad Habits” up north, CanCon queen Jane and her new pop tune should be a winner on the charts.

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JT ROACH – “Shivers” (Spotify)
Previously on the Rewind: First appearance
Notes: He’s written for plenty of pop chart favorites, but Roach’s latest song as an artist sounds like it could go the distance in 2019.

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For more great new music, these songs are worth a listen…
AARON TAOS – “Loneliness”
BRIGETTA – “Sick”
EDEN XO – “Dirty Blonde”
JACKSON HARRIS – “Tired Of Being Lonely”
SOFI DE LA TORRE – “Voicebreaks”
THE BAND CAMINO – “Less Than I Do”

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