All posts tagged: new zealand

So Below Interview

Madeline North, who records under the moniker of So Below, has been capturing fans and music critics alike since making her grand debut with the song ‘Drift’ a couple years back. Fostering her goth-pop sound, the New Zealand-born bombshell elegantly takes listeners on a voyage using nocturnal rhythms as the soundscape.

ColoRising Interview with So Below

Madeline North, who records under the moniker of So Below, has been capturing fans and music critics alike since making her grand debut with the song ‘Drift’ a couple years back. Fostering her goth-pop sound, the New Zealand-born bombshell elegantly takes listeners on a voyage using nocturnal rhythms as the soundscape.

So Below Shares Her Goth-Pop Single ‘Close’

New Zealand-raised Maddie North aka So Below steps forth with her latest goth-pop single ‘Close’. Incorporating a club bounce to the production, there is a stark yet brilliant contrast to North’s signature haunting soundscape, creating a record that can not only make you dance but also simply lay back and ride the vibe of the track. Touching on ‘Close’, So Below mentioned: “We weren’t intending on making such an upbeat track but it just sort of happened naturally. I think it still fits Read more […]

So Below Shares the SOMBEAR Remix of ‘Ruin’

Maddie North aka So Below has had a strong running for the past couple years. Dropping stellar tracks such as ‘Drift’, ‘Luna’ and ‘Hard’, her latest single ‘Ruin’ has now recieved the remix treatment courtesy of SOMBEAR. Transforming the original into an upbeat electro meets pop gem roaring with production that is mammoth in size. We have a stream of SOMBEAR’s rework down below. Read more […]

Maya Payne Shares Her Single ‘Something We Once Knew’

Sydney-based, New Zealand-born artist Maya Payne had an incredible 2016, releasing her EP ‘The Lucky Ones’ which gained her massive success. Now without missing a beat, Payne returns with her latest recording ‘Something We Once Knew’. Peppy, the electro-pop track finds the artist firmly driving down her lane, sparking more than likely a mainstream hit. Have a listen.

So Below Shares Her New Track ‘Ruin’

Maddie North aka So Below has been a fave of ours since she dropped her track ‘Drift’. Making a strong mark in 2016 with her goth pop sound, North returns with an incredible single titled ‘Ruin’. A mid-tempo fusing of 4×4 drum patterns with haunting, stabbing synths, the dance meets dark pop mesh is another nocturnal soundtrack from the New Zealand-born artist. Read more […]

Lorde ‘Green Light’ Video

Lorde delivers an emotional comeback with her video ‘Green Light’. What she has described as “the first chapter of a story” in a tweet that she sent out, the Grant Singer-directed video features the New Zealand pop star struggling to get past a failed love. She opts for things such as dancing on top of an SUV and venting on the streets. Musically the single embodies a dance/pop hybrid that is stellar in production. We have to admit, this is a strong return for Lorde who has been on a short Read more […]

So Below ‘Hard’ Video

New Zealand singer Madeline North better known as So Below has been one of the artist that we have kept close watch on over the past year. Sharing tracks like ‘Sleep’ and ‘Luna’, North now unveils for video for her latest single ‘Hard’. Directed by Susie Francis, the dark-themed video features So Below trekking through the natural habitat at night with only glimpses of light hitting the singer, creating an air of mystery. Have a look at the video below. Read more […]

So Below Brings Forth Her New Track Titled ‘Hard’

New Zealand’s Madeline North better known as So Below returns with a new song titled ‘Hard’. Whilst maintaining her signature goth-infused sound, the track produced by Leroy Clampitt and Aaron Short is a bit edgier than previous work. Driven by dark, skittering synths, there is a sleek pop appeal swirling around North’s catchy melodies. Touching on the track Madeline North wrote: “‘Hard’ is definitely the most aggressive song I’ve ever written, with a pretty strong pop element. I love Read more […]