Posts Tagged ‘Pop’
Morning Show is currently on a Western Canada tour with Layten Kramer and they’ll be hitting up Vancouver on April 23rd. Earlier this year Morning Show released the well-received “Prom Theme” EP. Recently, the band teamed up with filmmaker Ingrid Veninger to perform an all-original live score for her film “He Hated Pigeons” at film festivals around British Columbia. Morning Show are now working on a full-length record.
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London based duo The Code caught our attention a year ago with their first 11-track release 1/11 which kept us excited to hear more, yesterday they made their latest project Blue Electronica streamable and it’s exceeded our expectations. Blue Electronica out March 21st covers a wide range of genres with a soulful yet electronic background that makes the Pop sound blend perfectly with the experimental, it’s surely a ride we suggest you take. Stream or pre-order below!
New York City by way of Jordan pop singer King Deco has been buzzing since her feature on Denver based producer Illenium’s “Spirals” last year and this week reveals an island inspired original “Castaway.” Featuring an anthemic chorus, “Castaway” is Deco and pop music at its best and available as a limited time free download.
Brooklyn synthpop duo Great Good Fine Ok stops at The Drake in Toronto next week and ahead of that reveals an effortlessly slick new song “Already Love,” a sensual track with soft synths and a bouncing rhythm.
Synth-Pop trio CHVRCHES have just released a stunning new video for “Clearest Blue”. The track is featured on their latest album “Every Open Eye”.
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“Crashing Down” is the new track from Scandinavian R&B meets soul singer Marie Dahlstrom, also one half of Hans Island with Canadian producer Mwahs. “Crashing Down” was produced by Joe Garrett, who also worked on Zayn Malik’s debut “Pillowtalk.” Stream it below!
Texan-born Los Angeles-based singer Chelsea Lankes is writing the modern day romance with her hooky new track “Bullet.” It resonates with everyone who’s experienced the relief of leaving an doomed relationship. This power pop anthem delivers self-validation with a dose of rebelliousness in an assertively cheery chorus.