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New On Music Choice Channels 7/31

Hear It FirstEach week Music Choice’s brilliant programmers add insanely hot tracks to our litany of channels that need a spot in your quarantine time playlists! In case you don’t have the chance to peruse each one, here are a few of the biggest bangers that were placed in rotation this week. From nasty underground hip-hop to fresh 90s rave send-ups, there’s something for everyone in here. Make sure to head to Music Choice online or in your TV’s guide to get all this music goodness and more!

Jeremy Zucker

Jeremy Zucker- “supercuts” (Republic)
Not content with giving fans just a whole album in 2020 singer-songwriter Jeremy Zucker is already back with a fresh song! “Supercuts” is a jaunty pop number built around acoustic guitar and crisp percussion. Zucker’s knack for melody is of course here with a massive chorus and the singer showing off his vocal range. Hear it now on Music Choice’s Teen Beats channel.


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Topic feat. A7S “Breaking Me” (Astralwerks)
When dancefloors are able to be crowded again, German producer Topic has a new one that will get them jumping. Aided by vocals from A7S, “Breaking Me” has a bass line with serious bounce and warm synths. Hear this banger on MC’s Dance/EDM channel.


Terrell Hines “Balance” (Capitol)
Terrell Hines is the definition of a multi-talented artist. The Georgia-bred Hines shows off all the chops on his recently released “Balance.” From a variety of flows to a lovely voice to a soulfully knocking beat, this jam has it all. Hear it on Music Choice’s Rap channel now.


Liza Anne “I Shouldn’t Ghost My Therapist” (Arts & Crafts)
Liza Anne may be billed as a folk artist but her most recent album Bad Vacation finds the singer-songwriter branching out. Album highlight “I Shouldn’t Ghost My Therapist” is a straight-up 90s college rocker with spindly guitars and a big pop chorus. Plus some good advice right there in the title. Hear it on MC’s Indie channel.

Adult Alternative

Old 97's
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Old 97s- “The Dropouts” (ATO)
Seems alt-country veterans Old 97’s haven’t lost a step on their forthcoming album Twelfth. The record’s opening track “The Dropouts” is anchored by frontman Rhett Miller’s lithe voice as the group ambles through a superb twangy bar band workout. Hear it now on MC’s Adult Alternative channel.

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