Feature.fm Saturday Spotlights Vol. 3


Good morning!

I don't know about you guys, but this week has been kind of crazy for us. We've been going to meetings left and right; collaborating on some amazing projects; and coming up with new and innovative ways to help out the modern musician. The hot and humid hell hole that is NYC certainly hasn't helped...

Want to know what kept us going? Coffee and great music. On this glorious Saturday, I'd like to introduce you to some of the tunes that got us through the week.

This week, Feature.Fm loved:

*I Just Want The Truth, Baby* by **Born Cages**

Born Cages is an indie/alt rock band from NYC. These guys have played and/or collaborated with everyone from X Ambassadors to Guns N' Roses. Name-dropping aside, their synthesizer-heavy sound is perfect for waking-up, commuting, partying and everything in between. Their debut album I'm Glad I'm Not Me was released this past June (2015). Stream it here.

Create The Space by Love Science Music

Love Science Music is a Josh Giunta's brilliant musical and creative project. Under the moniker Love Science Music (LSM), Giunta -- a NYC-based producer, drummer, and mixing engineer -- releases original music in collaboration with soulful, like-minded singers, artists, and producers. LSM is currently releasing a new single featuring a different singer every month. Check out their Soundcloud for more.

My Heart Stays Put by Private Men

Private Men is an indie psychedelic pop-duo from Tel Aviv, Israel. Their dreamy music will take you high up above the clouds. Perfect for every sunny Saturday afternoon. You can hear more from Private Men here.

Morning by KEYMONO

KEYMONO is a Lithuanian band now based in London. They describe their music as a "shifting, rhythmic patchwork of electronica, brass, and neo-soul vocals in high energy stereo colour". We have no idea what that means but we like it. Give them a listen here.

I hope you enjoyed the music this week. While you're at it, check out our Musician's Guide to Social Media.

That's it for today folks! Hope you enjoyed it.

[And for all the musicians out there, share one of our 8tracks playlist on Twitter for a chance to be featured in next week's Feature.fm Spotlight. I will personally go through your music pages and pick the song(s) I like best!]