Posts Tagged "Pop"

Mood Rings – The Line

Mood Rings – The Line

  • 13th June 2013

I stumbled across Mood Rings on my daily browse through the internet and what a beautiful surprise. The 5 piece, who’s album, VPI Harmony, is due later this year through Mexican Summer, make a beautiful soundscape of dreamy shoegaze pop. The Line is a song with melodies you can get lost in,…

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Jessica Lea Mayfield – Tell Me

Jessica Lea Mayfield – Tell Me

  • 7th January 2011

Jessica Lea Mayfield, a 21-year-old singer-songwriter, is forcing me to appreciate country music. Probably in the same way Sheryl Crow did, even Jessica’s nonchalant vocal delivery remind me of the queen of alt-country-rock.

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Worry About Song of the Year Already

  • 6th February 2009

Ok. Maybe premature. A month into 2009 and I might have already found my song of the year. Peter Bjorn and John is made up of 3 Swedes called, Peter, Bjorn and er, John. I bought their previous album, Writer’s Block (iTunes) after stumbling on the track featured in this…

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Get Esser’s Foot Out of His Mouth and Throw it at Alphabeat.

  • 14th June 2008

I was too abrupt. The boy wonder, Esser, deserves part two. Esser fuses tuneful trippy electro experimental pop with raw lyrics that rub the underside of your skin. Call it what you like, but lets hope Esser continues to write the best pop in ages. Alphabeat, just stop now! In…

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frYars don’t do Gregorian Chant

  • 5th May 2008

At 19, Ben Garrett is creating massive music envy amongst bloggers. The Londoner is making seriously hot music as frYars. His silky voice and Morrissean melodies fit snuggly with catchy and thoughtful electro pop. Although not convinced with the quality of their youtube outing, frYars is pally with Esser, and…

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