PERK’s “Let You Go (I’m Done)” is a perfectly crafted Pop song with layered guitars, synths, harmonies and an infectious melody
Despite remaining anonymous, 5ofclubs is a new artist and producer quickly making a name for himself in the world of dance music.
Violet Grae’s “Friend U Can Keep” is an empowering declaration of sexual and psychological seduction.
Sam Gifford’s “Something Else” is a catchy and upbeat Indie-Pop track. However, there is more to Sam’s message than just a clever hook.
Ruth Kelly’s “Fantasy” opens with a pulsing, rhythmic electric guitar. The arrangement builds as she sings of an infatuation gone wrong.
“OIYF” feels like summertime, as Gajin Wilk and N.E.V.R. discuss girl trouble over an infectious and breezy guitar/drum groove.
Todd Underwood’s “Reflectings Acustico” is a triumphant reinvention. The result is a beautiful and deeply personal record.
“The Thinnest Slice” from Two Planets Away is an excellent album featuring four expert musicians at the top of their game. The record folds genres from Jazz to Reggae into one another to create a beautiful Soulful Pop setting for Elmendorf’s emotional and and visual storytelling.
On “Cool Karma,” Voodoo Town combines radio-friendly hooks with genre-fluid instrumentation to create infectiously catchy Pop music.
“Coma” is the debut single from Alternative/Pop artist, Lonr. His sound comes fully formed. As he deals in some emotionally dark territory, he does so with a keen Pop sensibility and hard hitting Rock and Electronic chops.