one of the hottest offerings on the noisecore/electro pop omnibus "DREAM". Shilshi takes no prisoners and unleashes one of the most aggressive tracks in dance music this year. Stream or download the DREAM compilation here.
Grand, effortless style that was truly ahead of its time. Kevin Aviance is more iconic than the word itself, and I will never get over how fierce this track is.
I heard this on Instagram about a month ago, and i've been sort of obsessed ever since. There's a Human League sample that dominates the instrumental, slinky verses, and a memorable chorus. All the ingredients necessary for an unforgettable pop single in 2018! Also, I love that high note she hits in the middle eight!... Continue Reading →
Kelly crawls out from whatever rock she's been under the last few months with a self titled single that's full of wit and charm. But most importantly? It slaps. Here's hoping we get an album in 2019! I've always been a fan of Kelly (and much prefer her work to Beyoncé's, oop).
In case you're unaware of The Mirraz and their very expansive catalogue, here's one of my favorite recent tracks and its hilarious video. Would you play that Street Fighter knockoff? If it meant I could main Shohei, I would!
keshi's got a new mini out now, four slices of chill tinged pop boppery topped with suave vocals like a cherry on a sundae. The title track and '2 soon' are the highlights for me. https://open.spotify.com/album/1hM5xkleU8wr2yOaY2gCMB
Mademoiselle EB has unleashed the first cut from her forthcoming orchestral-arranged greatest hits album (release date to be determined!), and it's a fantastic reworking of her debut single, a cover of Cher's classic "Take Me Home". The strings sound amazing, and I love that the rest of the instruments retain the original disco feel perfectly. ... Continue Reading →
MEG covered the capsule classic on her first Nakata produced album in 2007, and the world was never the same.
Carly "Slae" Jepsen gives us another one of her signature twinkle-pop bops near the tail end of '20Gayteen", and it's got all of the Jepsen trademarks : memorable chorus, formulaic yet fresh production and a super cool video to go hand-in-hand. I like it, but it didn't grab me immediately. Maybe a few more listens... Continue Reading →