Apple Says: New Music for June 25, 2021
Again, another bust in Apple Music world... We have a lot of duplicate and singles, plus a lot of music that we just would not like on this site. Let's take a look at what Apple Music said we should listen to this week and break it down song by song.
Bring Mercy by Sleater-Kinney - Seriously, my wife needs to not put her music on my music account. SKIP
Biting My Tongue by The Veronicas - Okay, guilty pleasure music with The Veronicas. There isn't much English music I like but them...
Multicolor by Playa Limbo - Third song is a charm to get something we would like. Playa Limbo has changed a lot from its beginnings and it is still good just not as good.
Hora Y Cuarto by Ana Torroja and Alaska - I never heard this was happening, but okay... my ears are perked. Anything with Alaska is on my list.
Ya Me Acorde by Sandoval - As much as I try, I am just not a big fan of Sandoval. Give me Lu back.
Howling by Pinn - My wife downloads one KPop song and now I get recommendations. DISLIKE.
Juntos by Gloria Aura - Glad to see she is still around but I need something a little more upbeat from her.
Medly Desencuentros by Natalia Sosa - Sounds like a nightclub lounge singer... SKIP
Miento (Acoustic) by Leonel Garcia - Too slow. I'm bored.
Xolotl by Flor Amargo - An instrumental song featuring a piano and what sounds like birds squealing. She is always a little on the unique side. SKIP
Todavia by Kika Edgar, Gabriel Salas, and Big Band Jazz De Mexico - I have no clue why this is on my list... It's jazz bands. SKIP.
Agarrense De Las Manos by Carlos Rivera and Jose Luis Rodriguez - I remember watching JLR singing this song on Siempre En Domingo back in the '80s. This duet version is a flamenco version and it is pretty good.
Parar La Tierra by Viva Suecia - New single by this band. I like this band and the song is pretty decent. Can't wait for more.
Darte Algo Mejor by Maria Rodes - Slow and boring and not even a person on my list. Skip.
Lo Que Se Va by Andres Cepeda and Ximena Sariñana - Light urban beats and if it weren't for Ximena, I would have already turned it off. Her vocals make the music not so bad.
Mia by Danna Paola - Too urban for me but for an urban track, it's not horrible. Still skipping.
Nos Queda Verano by Los Claxons and Marissa Mur - A little fun summer track. A pretty decent pop song that makes you bounce. Comes from an EP or a short album from Los Claxons. I'll check it out.
Black Cadillac by Club Candy - I saw this group on Twitter the other day and the song sounded '80srific. It's mostly instrumental but fun. They are on my watch list.
Malo by Matisse and Mau Y Ricky - More urbaness. I've gotta dislike it
Wildflower Wildfire by Lana Del Rey - My wife's music. Sorry, Apple Music.
Amores by Natisu - I have not heard of Natisu but the female voice has me intrigued. Added to the library for now.
Botafuego by Black Mambo - Club and techno-infused music with Caribbean beats. Odd but not my style.
Conexion Perfecto by Ferraz & Eliangel - The artist is Ferraz, who performs duets with lots of different people on the album. The album is classified as funk, but it has a disco beat to a few of the tracks. I'm gonna give this a go...
Heartbreak Hotel by Karen Souza - A jazz version of Elvis's song. I'm gonna say no.
Tornado Tequila by Bely Basarte - For the last song, I hoped for something good but I can take it or leave it. Nothing special but it reminds me of Saturday Night Divas by the Spice Girls without the beats. I'll give this a sigh and turn off the playlist.
And that is this week's new music recommendations...