It’s always exciting to dive into another episode of the Bongo Boy TV Series. Now in its 11th season, this show, curated and produced by Bongo Boy Records, highlights recent music videos released by indie artists from around the world. Notably, this show airs on over 72 terrestrial TV channels across the US, offering a unique and compelling exposure opportunity for selected artists. In Season 11 Episode 2, we’re treated to a mix of everything from pop to RB& to country, bringing us a strong showing of skill from the Bongo Boy Records’ endless vault of talent.
Opening this week’s episode is songstress Cat Ridgeway with her infectious throwback tune Sweet Like Candy. Ridgeway’s honeyed vocals and the track’s bouncy, light energy give this single star quality and make for a compelling opening to the episode. This is followed by a rendition of Summer from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons by Les Fradkin. This highly technical and electronic-focused performance breathes a fresh, modern energy into this classic work.
RM47‘s video for Needed You keeps the modern elements rolling. A smooth R&B/pop number, this track is endlessly catchy and features an intriguing and mysterious visual accompaniment. Red Number 5 by Janean Christine Mariani takes us in a country direction, giving us a fun and empowering track full of great storytelling.
Let Me Tell You by Summer Rain is a rhythmic pop number with hints of ’80s elements, an extremely well-written track with an earworm of a hook alongside a relatable message that makes this a standout on this episode. Much of the same can be said for Baker Grace‘s Midnight Thoughts – a well-composed and smartly produced track on every level. Grace’s ethereal vocal timbre is perfectly suited to this moody pop number, and the production value on the accompanying video is top-tier, taking this track into a category of its own in terms of all-around quality.
The Veer Union, Late Night Savior & Stealing Eden come together with a music video for the track Monster, a rich and textured piece of melodic hard rock, with a video brilliantly highlighting the band’s electricity in the studio. And concluding this episode is Sharon Hendrix‘s track Hold Me Tight (Feels So Right). This sultry, funky number is as inviting as it is powerful in its moments of strong harmony alongside Hendrix’s impressive vocal performance.
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