Georgia-raised singer-songwriter Ron Pope has made a name for himself as a solo artist, but Ron Pope & the Nighthawks is his first album with his new band, and will be released on 8 January. The irresistible new song “Bad Intentions” is a fantastic example of what to expect, with its blend of Americana, pop, ragtime, and one hell of a hootenanny chorus.
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Drawing inspiration from such seemingly disparate artists as Silversun Pickups, Grimes, and Stone Temple Pilots, singer-songwriter Skyler Cocco brings a unique pop sensibility to heavy, guitar-based rock. Her roaring, melodic new single “Some Nerve” is a good example, and bodes very well for her debut album Reverie which will be released in 2016.
The first artist producer David Foster has developed and produced since discovering Michael Bublé, Missouri native Brenna Whitaker has the voice to become the next big name in vocal jazz/pop. On the soulful cover of Burt Bacharach’s classic “Anyone Who Had a Heart”, from her self-titled debut album, she starts off subtly and proceeds to knock it clear out of the park.
The brainchild of musician Brent Puls, Los Angeles project Cataline draws heavily from not only the likes of Passion Pit and M83, but classic 1980s electropop/new wave as well. Baltimora, anyone? At any rate, Cataline has a new EP called Turing Test coming out on 6 November, and you can stream the effervescent five-track record below.
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