#13: "Do It In The AM" by Frankmusik
Frankmusik is one cool cat. His immigration to Los Angeles from London saw a massive growth in his sound that propelled his career from Shoreditch lo-fi bedroom studio maestro to world-class electronica wizard – garnering the attention of left-field hitmakers Cherrytree Records and pop legends Erasure. In a lot of ways, Frankmusik is massively misunderstood when it comes to album releases though, it's odd. He seems to be a target for bad press and jibes based on the fact that he tries really hard to make his music a success. Yeah, he may be a little bit cocky, but having met Frankmusik quite a few times myself, he's just like any excitable young man with a true belief and passion with what he does. You can't deny title track "Do It In The AM" with Far East Movement was beyond pop brilliance whilst tracks like "No ID" with Colette Carr and "Fear Inside" were so damn catchy that they couldn't be denied by any pop loving music gurus or enthusiasts.