Posts Tagged ‘Pop’
DiRTY RADiO, Vancouver’s most stylish pop group turned dance bootleggers, hits us again with this impressive vocal flip of 123MRK’s No Name. Their remix series has pulled from all styles of production and “Echoing” does not disappoint: easily one of their most interesting reworks to date, Shaddy’s smooth verses complement the frenetic nature of the skidding, scattered beats and the production’s fractured loops. Download it for free.
Pink Feathers, fresh off a hectic run of touring with RAC, yesterday blessed us her debut EP: Invisible Lines. Displaying her signature take on bubblegum pop, the Portland resident soars on The Feeling’s Gone – a collaboration with Austin indie darlings SPEAK backed by sugary bleeps and bloops. Showcasing her versatility, Like You Do pulls from more indie rock influences, flush with classic vocal harmonies and guitar licks.
Vancouver duo Mu release a new track since their debut self titled EP 9 months ago, this new one has all the elements of why we liked the group in the first place. They deliver a soothing vibe with a touch of a spooky feel that will make you wish Halloween wasn’t over, can’t wait to hear more from this talented act. Stream or download above!
Vancouver’s Electric Input collective have been busy stepping up their game, they’ll be releasing a new edit or remix every two weeks from each of their DJ’s/ Producers which will result in their first edit/remix pack. First one up is Phate, he takes on Ryn Weaver‘s “OctaHate” which originally is a alternative electronic indie pop song but Jay Stevens gives it a nice Jersey Club remix. Stream or download above!
Check out a brand new track from LA based pop act Golden Coast.
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Check out the latest Johnny Stimson single, “Sugar”.
Yeah it’s nauseatingly self-indulgent but just bear with me on this one jam. I love melodies that have the ability to move people. Lyrics don’t resonate with me much since I never understand them, so it’s more about memorable chords and key changes… Move Slow is an attempt at a song about failed love. Or maybe a failed attempt at a love song.
Konrad is somehow always on the front lines of new releases. The Lookin Ass Nigga video just dropped yesterday and he’s already on top. His boundless love for ass no doubt played a part in the track selection, implants or no. #Free&Stream
Posted by G. Pop