Posts Tagged ‘Pop’
Time for something new. Oslo’s Philco Fiction blends poppy hooks with sparse rnb-inspired production with hints of 80s atmospheres. Their new single June 17 is catchy as hell and doesn’t sound quite like anything else we’ve heard in awhile.
Icterine (XXYYXX’s side project) releases his first track remixing Allie X‘s pop track “Tumor” and gives it a funky remix that definitely gives the song a refreshing take on it’s catchy vibe, stream below!
Ben Browning of Cut Copy infamy is back in our ears this morning with his new uplifting indie-pop single, ‘Friends of Mine’. Happy (not cheesy) major chords with heavy 80s influences, supported by DFA-style drums and a simple yet catchy hook. What’s not to like?
We’re quite excited for Vancouver producer James Deen and his recent success, since hosting him at Winnie Cooper & Friends he has received several shows, coverage from big blogs and an overall love from the city. His latest offering “An Unwritten Love Letter To Summer Roberts” really shows his production only getting better yet still having the unique sound we all fell in love with from this young producer. Help out James with voting for his project on storyhive.com which would back up a music video for his last track “huskydoggetsheadmassagemp3” and catch him at his I Appreciate U EP release party on the 30th at 303 Columbia. Click here for event info plus watch the music video preview and stream the new song below!
Brand new original material from 21 year old Vancouver producer, On Planets.
Featuring Maddie Duke on vocals, the song blends genres to create something completely unique and almost “Bass Pop”-ish.
Hope you enjoy.
Come see him live this Friday May 1st at Fortune Sound Club for the single release party.
posted by @tristanorchard
Mad scientist Woolf met the wizardly Wondershow in a cave full of mellotrons beneath a snowy forest. Today we were sent their debut single “Cloaked“, a lighthearted and dreamy introduction to their new world. File this one somewhere between Clean Bandit and Cut Copy, or under ‘F’ for fun.
Vancouver vocalist Sophia Danai has come a long way from her first release Wishing Well, this new single has a strong vibe that listening to it alone leaves you in a glamorous state. The music video definitely gives the song the visual aesthetic it needed plus the remixes by Fear Club, Handbook, The Dirty Sample & Paul Chin give it different sonic perspectives so all kinds of demographics can enjoy the message within the track. Check out the music video below plus stream the remixes, keep an eye out for her upcoming record Love Royale.