Record of the week. New icy-cold, synthy pop gem from Lovelife. The new EP, ‘The Fourth Floor’ is out December 10th.
New cut from Richard Osborne that’s reminiscent of old-school N*E*R*D.
Dreamy, synthy single from Sweden’s new disco pop outfit Rebel Rebel.
Katy Tiz has been on my radar for some time, and it’s nice to see that her debut is a pretty decent pop track. Where it leads to I’m not sure- I think it’s a bit premature writing up a song about fame from a newcomer (although it does end in a ‘Im not famous anyway’ line), but it’s good nonetheless.
A little Saturday afternoon disco courtesy of Swiss Lips.
I’ve always been a bit on the fence with Fenech-Soler, but this song is close to brilliance.
This is so different and brilliant, I just have to share it with you. Swedish Soso is back with a new track that is indescribably quirky and cool at the same time.
One of my favourite electro duo’s of the year have come up with another stomper of a track.
New music from Icona Pop! How can you not love these two cute Swedes? Anyway, Iconic EP is out now.
I’m a little bit of a fan of this lady. Fleur has a new single co-written and produced by Culture Shock which is pretty decent!
One of the UK’s most harmless pop stars, Olly Murs, is back with a new track with Flo Rida (who I’m personally SICK OF), but the song is catchy as hell. Out November 18th.
I nearly wet myself when I found out that Loreen released a new track- out October 8th. This lady only has a handful of tracks out on the web despite her enormous win at Eurovision 2012. Anyway, enjoy. Can’t wait for the album, Heal. The tracklist is as follows:
01. In My Head
02. My Heart Is Refusing Me
05. Crying Out Your Name
06. Do We Even Matter
09. If She’s The One
10. Breaking Robotic
11. See You Again
12. Heal (feat. Blanks)
This is as quirky as synth pop can get, from Look, Stranger! It’s cheerful.
This is as current and fresh as it comes. Released October 29th 2012, I’m hoping the world wakes up to the genius of Ruby Goe by then because it really is a short matter of time before she becomes radio’s best friend.
This is a very sexy pop track from Kymberley Kennedy. Shame it’s only a clip because I’m pretty sure the full track sounds pretty interesting.