Tag: Pop

The sophomore album from Canadian singer-songwriter Päter, ‘WHEREFORE WEEP I THEN?’ is a pure expression of their unique, eccentric indie pop style. The EP addresses struggles of love and all its accompanying anxieties; all delivered in a wry, subversive tone. Päter’s latest single, “FAN FAN FAN” is a quirky breakup song which approaches the sensitive topic with a welcome bit of levity: FAN FAN FAN was written from the point of unrequited love when you’ve cried every last tear, lost every last minute of sleep and things start to get a bit topsy turvy. There’s a deliriousness to it. I wrote this when I was feeling particularly stubborn about a relationship that wasn’t going my way. It let me release the tension around it and laugh at myself a bit. I think if you’ve ever been there, you’ll understand the melodrama of this song. It feels that dramatic when you’re in it. –     Päter Iran-born and […]

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The undeniably talented Kendra Erika returns with a fierce and energetic dance track, “Rapture”. Co-written by her producer Ronnie “CHICO” DiCicco, the song was originally created to feature Erika’s essence; her sexuality, depth and poeticism. The pop singer-songwriter exudes the nature of rapture with her powerful vocals and sexy lyrics: I feel it deep inside meYour everything reminds meThis rapture has my bodyUh, uh, uh, uh Your beat’s in my brainAnd it drives me insaneWhen you touch me this way Kendra Erika is no stranger to success, with multiple top ten hits on Billboard’s Dance music charts including her cover of Laura Branigan’s dance hit “Self Control”, which reached #1 in 2019. Not only can this diva dominate the dance charts, but her incredible live performances have captured the hearts of her audiences worldwide. Erika most recently headlined the 2021 Pride Festival in Brooklyn NY and has opened for Jason Derulo and […]

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The debut EP Enfield by Tejano artist David de la Garza, better known as DLG., is a journal of his personal development. Each song was composed in a different place — either mentally, physically, or in the case of “Tortuga” temporally, having been recorded when he was just 14. The concept is to not just showcase a collection of new songs, but to document his growth as an artist over time. Behind the lush grooves, the songs deal with the notion of stepping into the unknown and knowing that it will change you. DLG. focused on these themes of self-empowerment and the progression of life as he continued to grow and develop as a musician himself.  “The Storm” specifically was made almost entirely with sounds from objects in my bedroom. The kick drum is me literally kicking a microphone, the snare is me slamming a book shut, and lots of other small weird sounds. […]

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The multitalented Claire Guerreso returns this week with her latest single, “One Of A Kind.” This hard hitting song is all about living unapologetically and how truly special everyone is in their own way. The track’s edgy production, courtesy of producer Cody Smiles, is well balanced by Guerreso’s trademark sultry vocals. All in all, an absolute banger the likes of which we’ve come to expect from Claire.  With over 15 million streams on Spotify, Claire Guerreso has developed a steady fanbase driven by her impressive track record in sync. A highly versatile topliner, she’s able to write in a wide range of genres and lyrical themes in collaboration with producer/songwriters signed to the top publishers in the world. Over the course of her career, Claire has landed dozens of sync placements across all forms of media, including most notably in hit TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy, All American, Atypical, Lucifer, The Blacklist, Pretty Little Liars, […