Twenty years ago, we were in the future. The signature sound and aesthetic of Y2K promised a glossy, space-age vision of what life could look and sound like. Everything was…
This Friday, Caroline will release her newest single, “Leave My Heart Alone” ahead of her debut tour opening for Kyle and Marc E. Bassy. The track is reminiscent of the legendary pop acts of the past like Debbie Gibson and Robyn, with a jazzy piano and Caroline’s sultry R&B influenced vocals flying atop.
Just at the tale end of Halloween, when you’re still sorting through your “good” candy vs. your “bad” candy, electro-pop singer songstress Colson brings us a tasty-pop track with the synthy-sweetness that’ll make your heart sing right along with her, “Eating Gummy Bears for dinner.”
LADYGUNN premieres Chester Lockhart's witchy new single "Spell On You."
Smallpools first came onto the scene with “Dreaming,” which has now gone RIAA Certified Gold, which surged to the top of the Hype Machine chart; quickly earning the band support from alternative radio stations across the country. Their older songs including faves like “Million Bucks” will make you think they are surely in the category of Alt Rock — however, listen to the newer songs and you might think otherwise…
We included them in our best of SXSW roundup a few months ago, so if you aren’t familiar with the synth-pop duo, Violet Days, now’s your chance to get with it ahead of their EP release next month. With the release of their third single, “Leave But Don’t Go,” you’ll likely find a piece of yourself in the lyrics and also likely dancing along to undeniable bop.
Last month they released the double single, “Summer Days” along with “Freaking Out,” which dominated the viral charts and drilled its’ way down into people’s ears and into their hearts. This time, the guys are returning with a stellar visual to match the 80’s vibes of yet another earworm banger, “What She Wants,” a major throwback to the amazing 1983 dance film, “Flashdance,” featuring dancer Jessica Castro who has danced with Beyonce, Janet Jackson, Black Eyed Peas and appeared on TV shows like Glee and all the cool things!
Her name may not be a household one just yet — but TT The Artist has been here this whole time as our actual queen of Hip hop.
The song features next-level production, swiftly taking us into a post-skrillex era of electronic production that combines melodic songwriting with big hooks and big drops. His crooner-esque voice is so smooth, it’s likely what modern-day Timberlake wishes he could sound like — sorry, JT.
Lead Vocalist Alexis Young says of the song, “‘Dark Place' speaks to the masochistic tendency of repeatedly making the same mistake and not understanding the compromising effects of that until it's too late. Sometimes you really need to have something completely fall apart and be destroyed before you are able to fully understand its value. It is the thrilling allure of pressing the self-sabotage button and watching what unfolds before you."
The world has its’ moments for when you feel like you can’t go on any further — but for husband-and-wife duo, Loud Forest, the two have found the strength to get through just about anything with their new track, “Hold on.”
Today we premiere Zariya's latest piece in her catalog of brilliance and chat with her about her music ventures.