This week, several artists made their KXT Local Show debut! We listened to Dallas artists Suede Lacy and Anysia, while Officially Simone checked in from Desoto. Denver Williams sent in his new song “The Pass” from Fort Worth and rounding out the new music this week was Jarod Grice and Posival, both from Denton. We also revisited songs from Queen of Cups, Luna Luna, and Catamaran.
Check out the full playlist under this week’s highlights!
(Warning: the songs below may contain explicit language.)
Dallas artist Anysia (pronounced uh-nee-see-ya) started writing songs when she was just 14. She made her Local Show debut this week with the bouncy breakup song, “Induratized”.
Williams has toured the country playing guitar with Vincent Neil Emerson and performed as the frontman of Chillamundo. When the pandemic happened, Williams used the time to experiment with new music and the result is his first solo project, The Blooming Eye, which will be released in December. That’s where you’ll find the song “The Pass”.
Dallas indie pop band Luna Luna has been making the rounds this year with their songs featured on NPR’s The Latin Alternative and a tour to support their album Flower Moon. The video for the single “Feel It Now” totally matches the fun party vibe of the song.
KXT LOCAL SHOW PLAYLIST 11/18/2021
Bad Lives- The Queen
Luna Luna- Feel It Now
Officially Simone- Close to You
Suede Lacy- Stuck
The Roomsounds- Lightning
Dali Voodoo feat. Tay Money- Country Girl
Jarod Grice- Poison Blues
Lorelei K- Blue Part Four
The Plum Boys- Right Now
Denver Williams- The Pass
Catamaran- Don’t Even Try
Levi Ray- Stop Me Now
Posival- Barcelona Dr.
Queen of Cups- The Fog
Ariel + The Culture- No Puedo
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