Step right up, step right up! Milk Crate #91 is here with 5 solid jams that will give your ears a sweet, sweet sound massage.
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1“Closer” – The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey
It seems like every time The Chainsmokers release a new song, it immediately becomes a smash hit. Their new collaboration with Halsey is no exception. The vocals can best be described as creamy and delicious, and the melody will immediately get stuck in your head for days to come. If you somehow haven’t heard “Closer” yet, get on it. You won’t regret it.
2“Lemonade” – Adam Friedman feat. Mike Posner
What’s not to love about breezy little ditties? Adam Friedman and Mike Posner put together a perfect Summer song complete with beachy acoustic guitars and much welcome saxophone riffs. A little bit jazzy, a little bit tropical, and 100% fantastic. Check it out.
3“Someday” – Alec Shaw feat. Suzannah Fiskum
Alec Shaw and Suzannah Fiskum have put together a haunting indie track that entrances you right from the beginning. Minor chords and big brass sounds complement the duo’s perfectly smoky vocals, while jazzy percussion drives the song forward behind them. If you like bluesy-jazzy-folky tunes, then this is right up your alley.
4“Dreamers” – The Green Children
Norwegian duo, The Green Children, have kindly created this bubbly synth-pop masterpiece for us to enjoy. The vocals are dreamy and light, and the imagery written into the lyrics perfectly matches the ambient, yet determined overall feel of the song. Check out the song below, and let The Green Children transport you to a different world.
5“In the Name of Love” – Martin Garrix, Bebe Rexha
When Martin Garrix puts out a new track, there’s a 95% chance it’s going to be awesome. When Martin Garrix puts out a new track featuring Bebe Rexha, there’s a 112% chance it’s going to be straight fire. Though the song starts rather stark, featuring only Bebe’s vocals, it quickly drops straight into banger-ville and nobody is really upset about it. Enjoy!