Alison Goldfrapp’s directorial debut on the video for “Systemagic” is most pleasing to the eye. It is best appreciated not because it has glimpses of naked dancers in it but for being the art that it truly is.
Bleachers do appear to be opening a new can of music soup with their new album. That if we were to peer into a wormhole amassed of pop energy from 30 years ago into the future-present, David Byrne of Talking Heads would appear as a hologram in Jack Antonoff’s skin.
Dua Lipa will no doubt claim the crown as the biggest new property in pop this year. Unleashing another dance pop banger in “Lost In Your Light” just heightens the expectancy for the highly anticipated debut album, even more.
“Weekends” by Swedish newcomers Lines is a total thrill explosion of canned heat being let out into the open. It’s mind altering grooves are fucked up in electric feel and technicolour trippin ecstasy, in a good way. Easy as that!
Danish songwriter and producer Goss' innovatively crafted, futuristic emitting soundscapes come with a spiky hit of artistic heat which delights the audio senses in complete, coherently formed togetherness.
“There’s A Honey” is currently the only track which Pale Waves have online. This certainly won’t be the case for too much longer being that their blend of electro fuzzy, indie pop is strikingly appealing.
Olympia’s tunes are full of pep and spark, whilst being forward thinking and intrinsically stylish. They’ll send shivers of creative synergy coursing through your veins. Buckle up for an invigorating ride.