Like intimate, genuine and honest songwriting which is covered in perfect pop harmony and a side of quirky factor? We strongly recommend you become acquainted with Sarah Close by way of her delicious “Caught Up” EP now.
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.
“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.
Sykes video for their dance stomper “Glimmer” matches the lively and rousing spontaneity of the euphoric mood of the track with action packed live performance and the giddy whir of fairground attractions.
Polish electronic duo The Dumplings quite fired the curiosity in us when we encountered them at SXSW. Their woozy beats and vibrantly pulsating artistry, stoked our alt-pop fires and left a lasting impression.
Our first impressions of Ängie were, that she seemed a whole lot of whack like Brooke Candy mostly is. Out to shock at all costs. Too outwardly sleazy. Her latest grimey club anthem “Spun” has changed all that, on the merits that it’s just rather hella groovy.
Pop superstar on-the-rise Sigrid’s towering, high-rise anthem “Don’t Kill My Vibe” now comes with a supporting video which basically, solidifies the premise of songs lyrics. That she will not be messed with at any costs really!