Signed to Australia’s imprint of Ministry of Sound, this is fresh radio pop. And a bit cute. Check out here.
Promising new pop from Washington DC. One of their video’s hit the 250k view mark on YouTube which is good going. Check out here.
One of my favourite tracks coming out of Australia at the moment now has a video. If you’re lucky enough to live in Australia catch these guys on tour:
- Thu 25th Oct @ Transit Bar, Canberra, ACT
- Fri 26th Oct @ Rhino Room, Adelaide, SA
- Sat 27th Oct @ Laundry Bar, Melbourne, VIC
- Fri 02nd Nov @ Ya-Ya’s, Perth, WA
- Sat 03rd Nov @ Mojo’s, Fremantle, WA
- Fri 09th Nov @ Great Northern, Byron Bay, NSW
- Sat 10th Nov @ Sprung Hip-Hop Festival, Brisbane, QLD
- Fri 16th Nov @ The Annandale Hotel, Sydney, NSW
Nothing like a bit of harmless radio pop to finish a weekday off. New video from Olly Murs. The single is out on Nov 18th and album follows on Nov 26th.
Good throwback rock should be sharp, clean and most importantly fun. The Bolts tick all three boxes. Check out here.
Promising new talent from London. Check out here.
One of my favourite electro duo’s of the year have come up with another stomper of a track.
I think this will be very love or hate, but there’s something compelling about the gritty, dark RnB sound that comes out of this lady. Check out here.
Kudos to Yolanda Be Cool for trying to move on from ‘We No Speak Americano‘. The song was huge globally when it was released a couple of years ago, and not much has been heard from them since. So now they’re ‘recalling’ their single and replacing it with their new track. I love the idea. So here’s their new single:
Smooth new hip hop with tons of class, reminiscent of early N*E*R*D. Check out here.
Took me a while to get into this but I can’t stop bopping my shoulders from side to side when that weird chorus bit kicks in. Cool. Check out here.
New music from Icona Pop! How can you not love these two cute Swedes? Anyway, Iconic EP is out now.
Airy, fresh-sounding electropop from Australia. Check out here.
A fresh sound of futuristic pop by NZCA/LINES aka Michael Lovett. Check out here.
So at first I pressed play and thought ‘no’, then the chorus kicked in and the full genius of this sound kicked in and I very quickly changed my mind to ‘yes’ for some reason. It’s a quirky, rocky sound that’s indescribable. But that’s a good thing sometimes. Check out here.