Posts tagged "Alt-Pop"

Camila Knight’s heavenly new single ‘Satellites’: a symphony of self-love.

  Barcelona-based Camila Knight has released her new single ‘Satellites’, accompanied by a celestial music video which showcases how compelling and charismatic she is as a performer. Released independently on the 21st of July 2023, the triumphant indie-pop anthem has already garnered more than 19000 views on Youtube, a testament

While most of Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy’s recent singles from upcoming album Hit Parade have found themselves invested in breezy, big band disco-funk, You Knew positions itself firmly in electronica. Helmed by Hit Parade’s executive producer and Murphy’s frequent collaborator DJ Koze, You Knew makes use of Koze’s instinct for

Over the past three years, former YouTube sensation Poppy has metamorphosed her sound from doe-eyed bubblegum pop to seething, angst heavy mutations of nu-metal and hardcore industrial rock. The surprising pivot proved polarising for some, but was entirely necessary to establish Poppy as an artist outside of her viral origins.

With her previous two recent singles, Canadian producer Jessy Lanza has slowly been embracing a poppier sound that emphasizes a facet to Lanza that’s always been there. Beneath the squiggly synths and lo-fi beats, she has always had an ear for a hook, and her upcoming album Love Hallucination seems

We roundup the must listen releases of the week. Check them out below.     Aphex Twin- Blackbox Life Recorder 21f   For his first track in half a decade, Aphex Twin welcomes us back gently. Blackbox Life Recorder 21f, the lead from an upcoming four track EP due in

In Tony Kushner’s iconic play Angels in America, the main character, Prior, experiences visions of angels and embraces his role as a prophet while battling AIDS. This interpretation of death as a spiritual awakening resonates with FKA Redcar, also known as Christine and the Queens or, simply, Chris. Chris, like

From Y2K inspired pop to 90’s trance inspired techno, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below.    Dom Dolla, Nelly Furtado – Eat Your Man Dom Dolla’s latest banger also serves as somewhat of a comeback for Canadian pop star Nelly Furtado, who contributes the track’s repeated

Christine and the Queens’ forthcoming album, PARANOÏA, ANGELS, TRUE LOVE, is a body of work heavily inspired by Tony Kushner’s seminal work, Angels In America. The play, set in a desolate 90’s New York amidst the AIDS pandemic, flutters between a greyscale urban reality and fuchsia tinged fantasia. The latest

Synthpop duo Magdalena Bay’s ongoing series of ‘minimix’ EPs are basically little, self-contained pop eras served at the speed of fibre for the attention span of the TikTok generation. It’s an intriguing and audacious experiment, made even bolder by the fact that music that makes up these dioramas happens to

From Niki Nair experimenting with pop to Dorian Electra channelling Limp Bizkit, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Listen to our selections below.     Blawan – Toast Returning to XL Recordings, the first single from Blawan’s upcoming Dismantled Into Juice EP gives us a taste of

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