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Singer/songwriter Samina just released her second single, “Friend”, which is a touching piece about lost love.



Written in the beginning of quarantine, Samina’s new song reflects on idealism, naivety, and letting go. The artist’s soothing, dreamy “rainy window pop” sound complements her magical vocals entrancingly.


I wrote ‘Friend’ in an attempt to move past the heartbreak of losing someone who was never mine to begin with. It was harder since I was never with this person, and I think I definitely idealized what it could have been in my head. That’s what the song is about, really. We take small moments and hold onto them, building them up in our head to the point where we no longer know what’s real and what isn’t. And at some point, you just have to let go.”


Gentleness is met with powerful emotion, and the lyrics are painfully relatable. “Friend” is a brilliant combination of sweet fairytale memories, wrapped in heartbreak. Interestingly, her writing style is inspired by the Urdu poetry she grew up with.


Samina is a remarkably talented new artist. I’m so excited to continue watching her grow and to experience her virtuosity.

Be sure to also check out her debut single, “Prom”!


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Allison Mahal just released her second single, “Mustangs,” candidly expressing an unbalanced heartbreak.

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Vivid storytelling in a letter/diary style allows “Mustangs” to grasp the attention of those who listen. It’s about a situation where a break up doesn’t impact both people equally.


I’ve been side swept and so far removed from everything I thought I knew.”


Mahal is reflective, reliving past memories and emotions, while also pondering the present and future. It’s natural to wonder how someone is doing, and have questions about how their life turned out.

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The smooth instrumentals in “Mustangs” complement Mahal’s woeful vocals and lyrics elegantly. Although it might not specifically be a Mustang, many people will connect with the sentiment of having that one distinct thing that will always remind them of someone. Mahal brings this idea to life in such a beautiful, sincere, and relatable way.


Allison Mahal’s debut EP, Me Now, is to be released in early January. You can listen to the first single and title track here.


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Nashville-based pop artist and songwriter, Mulan Throneberry, just released “Must’ve Been the Whiskey”. It’s the perfect track to show your ex that you’re over them. 



Described as an angsty, edgy pop song, “Must’ve Been the Whiskey” is about trying your best to outwardly appear like you’re fine and don’t need them, but it still aches a little on the inside.  Essentially, the blame is being put on the whiskey for the apparently false statements made during the good times, and for the resentful ending - in that moment, it seems like the only explanation. 


Mulan’s radiant vocals shine with raw emotions, while the charming storytelling reveals a tale of coming to the realization that “someone might have drunkenly lied about their true feelings.” The instrumentals are bouncy, intense and roaring. You can truly feel the chaotic experience of a heartbreak.


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