Thursday, June 14, 2018

PICK YOUR POISON


RAVVEL is the latest pop gem to emerge from Belgium on her debut single "Pick Your Poison". With the verses backed by a production that channels subtle vibes of a Bishop Briggs, RAVVEL gives us beautifully soft vocals that float perfectly over the brooding synths below her. It's the chorus that's simplistic yet addictive from first listen with a melody that's haunting by nature. Sip on this one below. 

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

BABY FORGET IT

 Rising female pop duo REYNA are back with their brand new single "Baby Forget It". Instantly giving us Tegan and Sara vibes with their melodies in the verses, REYNA give us a total 80s pop bop that'll be soundtracking you all the way through the summer. The chorus embraces hints of Haim in the production as the girls give us those undeniably addictive pop hooks that'll be running wild through your mind. If you don't know REYNA, then press play below and get familiar. There's truly something special here. 

GALLERY

Singer/songwriter/producer Dresage (also one half of rising indie pop duo More Giraffes) returns with her lates single "Gallery". It's a truly glorious track as Keeley Bumford's lyrics are perfectly accompanied by her stunning vocals that fluttery effortlessly over the glistening production. Outright, the track embraces a brightness in its sound, but its the brooding darkness that lies below it all that really pushes "Gallery" to new heights with each listen. Check out this one below.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

BE IN LOVE / YEARS

BAYNK returned this last month with not just one, but two new singles "Be In Love" and "Years". Both capture his chill electronic sound that simmers below the surface. The production is refreshing with its subtle synth-work that carries the track to new territories while BAYNK's vocals melodies and lyrics weave themselves around every beat. These two single are just the first taste of more music to come late this year. Dive in head first below.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

HOT TRACKS MAY 2018

Check out some of our favorite tracks from April featuring Sam DeRosa, Tula, Goss, Sara Diamond, Felix Snow, Sita, Robokid, and Alex Lustig.

SAM DEROSA - 'HARD TO LOVE'
Sam DeRosa is a name worth getting familiar with. On her latest single "Hard To Love" she comes as a dual-threat with her undeniably pristine pop vocals backed by her abilities to write a total smash. This one's a classic pop hit that's bubbling under the surface waiting for the right moment to burst. Press play below, and find your new favorite tune to blast through the summer.
TULA - 'BULLET'
Sweden-born and Berlin-based artist Tula has been a presence that's been bubbling under the surface for quite some time. This month, she re-emerges on her latest single "Bullet". Powered by the brooding synths buzzing deep below the surface, Tula's melodies flow smooth in a completely icy state. Dive into the frozen depths below on this one.
GOSS - 'THESE DAYS. I DON'T KNOW'
Rising producer Goss has been quite a hidden force on some of our favorite hits. With each of his own releases though, he finds himself climbing high to the peak of stardom. On 'These Days. I Don't Know" he grasps a sound that embraces R&B vibes with soulful lyrics all backed by production that vibes with the likes of a MØ smash. Get to know Goss below.
ROBOKID - 'DEAD2ME'
LA-based Robokid returns on his latest single "DEAD2ME". Known for his ability to cross various genres, Robokid delivers an electro-grungy vibe on this track giving us crushing pop production with garage-like vocals that embraced a darkened undertone. Check this one out below.
SARA DIAMOND - 'FOOL'
Montreal's Sara Diamond is back with her latest single 'Fool". This R&B-pop singer spent the last year releasing singles eventually setting her into the Spotify Viral charts. On "Fool", she continues to build her sound with her smooth melodies that vibe perfectly on the edge of sultry R&B and pop perfect. Don't sleep on Sara Diamond. Vibe out below.
FELIX SNOW - 'REMINDED BUFFALO' FEAT. TYSM
Felix Snow has proven himself to be a true force in pop music with his work behind the scenes on some of today's biggest pop names. On "Reminded Buffalo", off of his brand new EP, he brings in longtime collaborator TYSM on vocals delivering a fun track that gives us everything we love about Felix Snow's sound - glitchy vocals with electronic production that just bubbles under the surface. You can stream Felix Snow's Triptych Buffalo here.
SITA - 'SAY SO'
We've been obsessing over Sita for quite some time. She's only been rolling out a handful singles over the past year, but she brings that rising pop star vibe we just can't get enough of. On "Say So", she gives us another track that's packed with perfection. If its not her vocals that sell you, it'll be her lyrics that find their footing in simplicity yet feel bigger than life with each listen. Check out Sita below.
ALEX LUSTIG - 'THE MORNING' FEAT. ANJULIE
Alex Lustig has become one of our favorite producers over the last year. Every release of his has found a way into our personal playlists where we aren't afraid to blast them on repeat. On his latest track, Alex teams up with Anjulie to give us chilled out masterpiece. Anjulie's vocals fit perfectly with Alex's icy cold production that starts off subtle letting Anjulie bask in the spotlight. Alex find himself in the spotlight later in the track when he shows his skills as a truly unique producer with the skittering effects that take this track to a whole new level. All we have to say is that if you're not paying attention to Alex Lustig, then you better start now. We only expect big things to come.

Monday, May 21, 2018

SO RUDE

Sweden's latest future star ORKID shined bright on her debut single earlier this year, and she's back to keep all eyes on her with her second offering "So Rude". Everything about this one has the elements needed for a future hit. The verse run smooth with the plunking synths backing her fluid vocals. It all builds up to a pounding chorus that embraces the best qualities of pop music at its finest. The hook in the chorus is simplistic, but unique in every way making this track worthy of being labeled a total bop.  Jam out to ORKID below, and get ready because she's about to break. 

HALF LOVE


Since the very first release from Elohim about three years ago, we've known that she was an unstoppable force with a fresh sound that would break barriers throughout her career. With each release, she raised the bar higher and higher. With her debut album freshly out, she's showcased everything she has and more. Each track on the album is game changing in its own way, but "Half Love" proves to be one of the strongest tracks. Packed with a lyrical hook and surging synths, Elohim has delivered a true electro-pop song that'll soundtrack you through the summer and deep into the rest of the year. One listen and you'll be loving Elohim's record in full capacity. Stream Elohim's debut album here.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

GOLD OXYGEN

Muki is back and ready to prove herself as a true force to be reckoned with on her latest single "Gold Oxygen". An instant burner, Muki channels a SOPHIE-like production this one but embracing a bit more shimmer to the pop elements. The chorus sets the song up to be a total smash with a hook that falls among something we'd hear from Charli XCX. It's a true neon gem packed with enormous amounts of attitude that'll have you feeling stronger than ever. Breathe it in below.

DON'T CRY

Jacob Steele is back with his second offering 'Don't Cry'. Picking up right where he left out, he delivers his classic chilled out electro-pop production accompanied by a melody that you'll be humming all week long. Jacob shows even more potential with each track he delivers, proving he's definitely one to watch this year. Get familiar with Jacob Steele below on this one.

Friday, May 11, 2018

ALL ABOUT

Berlin-based Ruuth emerged this last with a her stunning solo debut single "All About". Cold to the touch, Ruuth's vocals work their way effortlessly through the hooking melodies over the chilled-out synths that build the foundation of the production. Ruuth takes you on the highs and lows throughout the track, keeping things smooth in the verses while switching it up to an full-on energized chorus. Find out what Ruuth is all about on this one below.