Articles tagged pop

Anton Fig featuring Ivan Neville - “Inside Out” (audio) (premiere)

David Letterman's longtime drummer steps out on his own with his debut solo album.

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The Modern Electric - “Same Old Haunts” (audio) (premiere)

The Cleveland band returns with a new helping of working-class pop music.

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14 Jul 2015 // 2:20 AM

Aqueduct: Wild Knights

Welcome back to the wacky world of 2000s lonely white guy indie pop. If you weren’t too annoyed by it the first time around, you’ll likely enjoy this 36-minute trip down memory lane.

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Roses & Revolutions - ‘Torch’ (EP stream) (premiere)

The duo step away from singer-songwriter fare and move towards a broader sound on this winning new EP.

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Robin Gibb: Saved By the Bell: Collected Works 1969-70

Ten years in the making, this anthology presents Robin’s first two solo albums with generous outtakes and demos, establishing him as a master of chamber pop.

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The Ivory - “I’m a Mess” (audio) (download)

The Alesana bassist heads in a mellower direction on his new solo project.

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Sydney Eloise and the Palms - “Tell Me What I Want to Hear” (audio) (premiere)

The Atlanta band wows on this wistful track from their forthcoming debut album.

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Kopecky - “Talk to Me” (video) (premiere)

Indie rock meets '80s R&B on the Nashville band's irresistible new single.

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Barenaked Ladies: Silverball

Barenaked Ladies’ well-tailored tongue-in-cheek delivery is by a radio-friendly sound that places its emphasis on sentiment and sincerity.

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Colette Carr - “Static” (video) (Premiere)

The California artist debuts her gorgeous new single today.

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Digisaurus - ‘No More Room For Love’ (EP stream)

The Columbus, Ohio band mixes classic disco and funk with more modern sounds to offer a contemporary take on classic pop.

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Kacey Musgraves: Pageant Material

A sumptuous dive into classic country that's also an exploration of identity, growing and exploring the idea of self within the sentimentalized past and our social-media-driven present.

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30 Jun 2015 // 2:20 AM

Miguel: Wildheart

Wildheart is the sound of Miguel fully coming into his own , but we're still left feeling engaged but not thrilled, satisfied with the night out but lacking the impulse to text him back the next day.

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The Autumn Stones - ‘Escapists’ (album stream) (premiere)

The Toronto band sounds more seasoned on their new album Escapists, which has been four years in the making.

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Jesse R. Berlin - “Wash Your Boat!” (audio) (Premiere)

The New York musician's new track is plenty whimsical, but then you read what he says about the song, and you can't stop laughing.

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Chase Coy - ‘Youth’ (album stream)

The prolific 24 year-old singer songwriter returns with his fifth full-length.

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Bean - “Wildfire (acoustic)” (video) (premiere)

The up-and-coming singer-songwriter Bean delivers an acoustic performance of her terrific new single, "Wildfire".

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24 Jun 2015 // 2:10 AM

Alesso: Forever

Alesso assists the EDM/radio pop crossover with a melodramatic and aimless debut album.

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Scavenger Hunt - “Till I See a Sign” (audio) (premiere)

If you have a fondness for '80s pop, you'll want to hear Scavenger Hunt's "Till I See a Sign".

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Micky Blue - “Submarine” (video) (premiere)

Watch the dreamlike video for singer-songwriter Micky Blue's captivating new track, "Submarine".

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