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Sarah Blasko Returns for Sixth Album

Australian Sarah Blasko reminds me of a wonderful cross between Sarah McLachlan, Sarah Slean (all of the Sarah’s!) and Emiliana Torrini. Her vibe of chilled out pop rock, usually with a very mild country twang hidden behind the scenes, and some lush strings has won me over for years. 44 more words


WE ARE TEMPORARY - "Embers" Review

WE ARE TEMPORARY really stuck out to me when debut album “Crossing Over” captured the essence of dark electronica like The Knife does, but with all the flamboyant drama and vocal gymnastics of Marc Almond. 776 more words


Preoccupations Reconnect With Our Mammal Sides in “Antidote”

In an information-saturated age, it can be hard to stay connect to our primal roots. Canadian quartet Preoccupations reminds us the simple and mammal sides of our species with their new video “Antidote” where we see the quartet performing in a noir, distorted visuals. 265 more words


Explore The Dark Lush Waters Of Beach Pop With PLYA’s “Adrenaline”

We have to admit – we initally pronounced it as “play ya” and thought it was super dope, thinking that it was a new slang phrase. 133 more words


Indie Pop

D.J. Nolan coming at you with five new artists suggestions, this time in the “indie pop” genre! I chose these artists simply because I listen to their songs a lot and am a huge fan of theirs. 804 more words

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Let’s Mars Takes Us Into The Edgy Underground Of R&B In “History”

Exhaling a seductive smokiness, Let’s Mars’ “History” is a dark and celestial piece where you get buried within the rustling samples and dark ambience. The song feels like different electronic layers that are stretched into one wave where Let’s Mars slices them up with edgy synths, adding both sharpness and dreaminess to “History.” Watch the video below: 73 more words


Tune-Yards - "I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life" Review

Over the course of four albums, Tune-Yards has merged across from looped ukelele rock tracks recorded in a bedroom to groovy art pop that goes for infectious hooks that hide some pretty deep digging lyrics. 776 more words