Indy Yelich, Mom Rock and more

Welcome back to Happy Mag best new music, eEvery Friday we highlight the best new releases of the past week.

Another Friday is coming and the weekend is waiting, we’ve made friends! Before we head out and crack a cold one, we’ve got another week full of fantastic new music releases to share with you.

From Indy Yelich’s highly anticipated debut to stunning new music from Janelle Monae, and our favorite synthesizer Lord Harvey Sutherland we’ve got some real goodies for you today; So, without further ado, let’s get into this sweet, sweet music.

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Indy Yelich – threads

Indy Yelich releases her highly anticipated debut EP, Threads, today, which includes the playful new single Parasitic. Inspired by a friend who overstayed her reception in her tiny New York apartment, the song is a cathartic appeal to all the previous boys who took advantage of her kindness. The EP includes previously released tracks, MurdererAnd hometownas well as a brand new collaboration with Trackside in LA hero.

Janelle MonaeHover

Janelle Monáe has returned with brand new single Hover, a soaring, soulful anthem that showcases Monáe’s powerful voice and unbridled passion for social justice. Monáe has brought in some new collaborators. Joining the track are Seun Kuti, the youngest son of legendary Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, and his Afrobeat band Egypt 80. Together they create a sound that’s simultaneously vintage and modern, with Kuti’s virtuoso saxophone solos blending to add fiery energy. A true testament to Monáe’s commitment to making music that speaks with the times.

Harvey Sutherland- changes

Melbourne producer Sutherland’s latest track ‘Changes’ is an intriguing, catchy and polished production with an unexpected sample. The repetitive house sound is irresistible, and the lyrics are inspired by the mantras and made-up songs he sang to his daughter when she was a baby. As it turned out, he’d unknowingly re-recorded the hook to Sandy Rivera’s “Changes,” an amazing 2002 house record he hadn’t thought of in 20 years. The experience allowed him to reconnect with classic British club music and serves as an excellent introduction to his new collection of choppy, soulful garage beats.

Mama Rock – direct hit

Boston-born, Austin-based Mom Rock has fallen direct hit and this week a Valentine’s Day themed video. The trio’s infectious melodies and signature presentations have garnered them fans around the world. Mom Rock’s discography explores young adulthood in real-time, touching on heartbreak, self-love and the human need to belong, and we can’t get enough of it.

Charlie Gradon- changer

Charlie Gradon, the introspective multi-instrumentalist making waves on the Australian music scene. His latest single “Changer” is an absolute gem of indie pop perfection. From the moment the track begins it is clear that Gradon is a master of his craft. The song is based on an infectiously catchy melody that will have you humming along from the first listen. With recent accolades including a finalist spot in Happy Mag’s Needle in the Hay competition, it’s clear that Gradon is a rising star to watch.


London-based rapper, originally from Ghana and raised in western Sydney, recently released his first single of 2023, an Afrobeats-inspired track called BLESSED Hello. The song explores the connection between a man and a spirit and is accompanied by a visually stunning music video filmed during the rapper’s recent trip to Ghana.

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Adam Bradshaw

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