Let’s call it what it is, the Parisians simply know how to make sexy synth-pop and disco-filled cuts that reign supreme. Now in regards to France-originated, now London-based group The Penelopes, they can surely be added to the list having dropped a slew of fantastic records for years now. Their latest single ‘Mulholland Drive’ captures the very essence of a great synth-pop bit, sprinkled with dabs of 80s funk. If you put together an exclusive party with some of the most gorgeous people, this Read more […]
Australia’s MEG MAC is the singer’s singer. With a voice that bursts with soul, she has announced the release of her debut album ‘Low Blows’, set to land July 14th via 300 Entertainment. Recorded at Niles City Sound Studio in Fort Worth, Texas, she has shared her latest single entitled ‘Don’t Need Permission’. An epic and inspiring cut encouraging listeners to feel comfortable with themselves in an unapologetic manner.
Having already amazed millions of people from her appearances on mainstream television in Sweden, Matilda has more than proved that she is a force to be reckoned with, dropping tracks like ‘Fear’ and ‘Girl Code’. Now she is gunning for the throne of pop music with her latest smash ‘All Of My Queens’. Combining elements of r&b and Hip-Hop, the song is a certified anthem that will tear down the clubs. You can be rest assured that Matilda will be the next superstar out of Sweden to take the music Read more […]
You know you’re doing something right when music giants Daft Punk produce your next single. This would be the scenario with Parcels, whose ‘Hideout’ EP was a sexy deal of poolside pop that is the ultimate summer listen. Their latest track ‘Overnight’ is no exception to the rules. Delivering a golden touch of disco and funk, this Daft Punk/Parcels combo fit like a hand in glove with the tune being a season anthem. Check it out.
Alisha Jade is more than just a singer but a killer producer as well. Over the span of three years, she has shared a number of high-powered soul and dark r&b tunes. With her latest track ‘Catch Me If You Can’, the Toronto native hits us with a slow and steamy nightime bit that led by Jade’s seducing vocals. It’s only a matter of time before Alisha Jade completely takes over the music game. Have a listen. Read more […]
Colour of Spring are gearing up for the release of their new self-titled EP, out June 23rd on House of Love Records. Having previously shared their dreamy tune ‘Love’, the Leeds-based band now unveil their latest shoegaze-driven track ‘Sun’. Maintaining a blissful indie backing, there are also post-punk strums soaring through the tune, making it another solid single from the promising outfit. You can stream ‘Sun’ below.
Having recieved support from BBC Radio 1 for his past two singles ‘Sword’ and ‘Ghosts’, London singer August brings forth a heartfelt new track titled ‘Chemical’. The moving pop song deals with the topic of riding the wave of love through the good and bad times. The stellar song is one that will probably bring a few people to tears. In a press statement regarding the ‘Chemical’, August wrote: “To truly love is to walk through both joy and suffering, this song is about trying to handle Read more […]
Emily Beanblossom was a fixture in the Olympia, Washington music circuit performing with the band Christmas before persuing her solo ventures under the moniker Ruby Fray. Releasing two LPs, Beanblossom has now begun work on her next album upon relocating to Chicago. The first taste of what we can expect comes with her latest single ‘Honor’. A continued fostering of her haunting yet soulful brand of rock & roll, from the sounds of it, her next album will be quite monumental. Have a listen. Read more […]
Elodie Tomlinson and Bryan Osuszek of the L.A.-based group Sibling dropped their impressive self-titled EP last year which exemplified the duo’s crafitness of making excellent electronic pop. Now making their return with their new track ‘Knights’, the pair have knocked out a silky and steamy pop bit that is gripping with well-polished production and sexy vocals, making it their best tune yet. Touching on the song, Elodie Tomlinson stated: “Sometimes people suck, things feel out of control Read more […]
Having released ethereal electronica that would be seminal during the time of dusk, London-based Esther Joy has ventured further into the darker side of sound with her new track ‘Samgel’. Led by fuzzy, shifting synths and hard-hitting drums, the huskiness of the production is balanced with Joy’s haunting style of vocals. The tune is taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Psychic Tears’, which is out August 11th.