If you’re a fan of expansively filtered electronica which forms a futuristic vibe and haven’t checked out the New Portals yet. We urge you make a point of listening to the rolling electronics and dreamlike tones of “Fill Me Up”.
The Lovestarrs didn’t know that this celebratory video of all things London of theirs would be quite as capturing the mood of the nation when they made it. However, this simple effective video now takes on even more purpose and meaning as of now than Sarah and Hamish may have ever had cause to imagine!
You cannot ignore the fact that Billie Eilish is a notable talent on-the-rise who definitely commands attention. As there is something of a quirky charm that lies in wait with new single “Bellyache” which gives a peek at what a captivatingly creative artist she might well become.
Stacey Bee is back, adding even more definition to her sweetly endearing empowerment anthem “G.R.L P.W.R” with an accompanying video. Warning! Just don’t be so quick to judge a book by its cover, because there’s every possible chance the spirit of Beatrix Kiddo is lying in wait to kick some serious ass, if need be.
Even after they’ve been together for some 30 years, we love that New Kids On The Block are still known as the new kids! Granted, the new single “One More Night” is a bit more down-tempo than we’ve been used too, but it doesn’t detract from the fact that the vocals and lush harmonies we know and love them for are still very much there.
Salt Lake City boys Strange Familia are making their mark through a signature brand of lusciously learned indie pop. The spark to the flame of their future pop greatness stems from an added dash of disco funk and surging synths of new single “Ms. Badblood”
When you’re an emerging artist just starting out there is no need for over complicating on your music videos. And so, newcomer Shaima turns indian princess and is every inch the quintessential miss Bollywood queen dream in the visualizer for her spicy hit “Phenomenal”
We haven’t heard chiptune sounds making their way into pop for a bit, and in the hand of innovators such as Little Dragon on “Sweet”, the results pushing through via of a combination of trippy dance beats and vintage Atari 8-bit, MIDI synthesized bleeps are balanced to dance pop gold perfection.