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Entries in Pop (107)
Whatcha Got is the highly infectious first single from the debut folk/pop album Too Busy Dreamin’ by 22 year old New Zealander Chris Hurn who has been drawing comparisons from reviewers to such songwriting legends as Nick Drake, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan.
Inspired by the sound of a clock chime. One of the demo’s of the month in Future Music magazine a while ago. I’m currently remastering it for an EP release….
There isn’t a college party, a hipster hangout, or a rocker bar that TFN doesn’t fit in with. Pop Culture just can’t get enough of the electric combination of witty party punch lines from Jet and Brawdway.
Typical Friday Night is a New American Youth Urban Movement redefining pop music. With an established stage presense and an original sound, the Deli-Where? natives are poised to take over the mainstream market with an independent twist.
PAC Lifestyle= Videos,Parties,Drugs,Sex,Money #PowerUP on this #TFN-TELL-A-FRIEND
Here’s a song newly released on iTunes (etc.) featuring talented singer Josie Aiello who has worked with a long list of the industry’s best including Quincy Jones (Josie was once signed to his Qwest label). Most recently Josie has been in the recording studio working on projects like J. Lo’s Kohl’s commercial and both J. Lo’s and Ciara’s upcoming CDs. Majestic Pop anthem “Let the Good Life (Lead to So Much More)” has an uplifting message inspired by Olympic champions and those driven to achieve great things.
Pop deserves a comeback!
with soul influences, classical background and a love for rnb and pop… this is fresh stuff :)
Also experimented with house/electro-pop for fun :)
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Heartour is the creative outlet/alter ego of popular Los Angeles based band The Ruse’s drummer Jason Young. Having been a member of touring bands since he was a teenager, Young began recording solo material as Heartour in 2002. Ever since the first release in 2003 (Three), Young has been extra prolific, in addition to producing and performing with The Ruse he has dropped a full solo album every couple years.
Influenced heavily by big sounding bands like U2 and Led Zeppelin as well as contemporary acts My Morning Jacket, LCD Soundsystem and Metric , Heartour’s progressive Electronic sound has grown by leaps and bounds with each project. With renewed energy and new ideas, Young released his best work to date in early 2011 in the form of Submarine Sounds.
Hudson K is the brainchild of singer/songwriter Christina Horn. Combining influences that span decades, Christina’s work dwells in the abstract, emerging in timeless forms. Drawing her inspiration from other such artists as Tori Amos and Tom Waits, Hudson K has crafted their own unique sound of avant-garde and pop fusion. Incredibly photogenic and fashion-minded, Horn is a glamorous figure for the alternative music realm; a seeming star-in-waiting, successor to that mystical/sexual rock-heroine crown.
Ellen Once Again is a singer/songwriter and musician from Texas. Her blend of soul, folk and pop vocals blend effortlessly to make a sound that is vintage without sounding dated.
Known for her soulful heartfelt singing, positive lyrics, beautiful personality and infectious smile Ellen is inspired by Ingrid Michaelson, Lauryn Hill, Sara Bareilles, Adele, Corinne Bailey Rae & Stevie Wonder but maintains her own “quirky” musical identity.
21-year-old Antione “Shye” Pearson has always had a way with words but it wasn’t until 2009 that he decided to turn his rap dreams into reality.
Raised in the South Suburbs of Chicago, Shye first made noise in February of 2010 with his first official mixtape, Shutup Rollup & Ride. The tape hosted by DJ Ill Will and DJ Rampage (Omarion’s official DJ) has amassed 40,000+ digital downloads and counting. The effort was featured on various popular websites including www.hotnewhiphop.com, www.datpiff.com, www.livemixtapes.com, and www.mixtapetorrent.com.
Jennings: Small Frame, Big Voice:
The old adage “big things come in small packages” has perhaps never been more fitting for an artist than in the case of Jennings, the one-name moniker of New York based siren Mary Jennings.
Standing just a shade over five feet tall, Jennings delivers a robust and heartfelt sound that is anything but small-scale.
By almost any measure, Charlotte Sabina is a typical ten year-old girl. She lives in Manhattan with her parents and younger brother and has attended the same school since kindergarten. She plays tennis, lacrosse and flag football and she surfs competitively; she spends her free time playing in her tree house with her friends and her brother and she likes to dig her toes into the sand at the beach during the summer when she’s not training as a junior lifeguard. Most of all, Sabina has the joyous, short-attention span of a ten-year old. That is, unless she’s making music. When Charlotte Sabina sits down at the piano, a transformation comes over her. She suddenly displays an intensity and competence that artists twice her age struggle to find, working at her creations with a dogged determination that inspires awe in her teachers and her artistic collaborators.
Sometimes we survive through our art, and sometimes we save others. Jennifer Richman has done both. The Brooklyn born and bred singer/songwriter has a penchant for uplifting lyrics and songs of hope and inspiration. Her song “Beautiful Girl” spent over 30 weeks on Top 40 and Adult Contemporary Charts in 2010, and Jennifer was nominated as Best Female Artist and Best New Artist of 2010 by New Music Weekly Magazine.
Having been in constant creative demand for over 17 straight years, pop-punk uber-band Bowling for Soup clearly has no problem kicking out fresh songs, ridiculous videos, and album after album of music that sets the bar for their genre. Even after nearly two decades together, some things are the same. They still call Denton, TX home, they still are putting out an avalanche of new music every year, and they’re still the guys you’d cut class with to get a beer and a Hot Pocket. For a band that has had only one personnel change in 17 years, which is a remarkable feat by any standards, it’s clear that the team stays tight and that ain’t gonna change. As much as things are the same, however, recent times have brought massive changes for Bowling for Soup, and some things are very, very different and completely awesome.
Rock band by day and beer fueled superheroes by night (or sometimes the other way around), Moochie Mac & Superfriends formed in the summer of 2008 after being inspired by a trip to Japan. As fate would have it our heroes, Moochie Mac & Hayashi wrote their first song together—titled Baan Thai—after getting smashed at Thai Beach Bar on Kamakura Beach. On the plane trip back to their native Singapore, the duo decided to form a band and write an album about all of the adventures they had in Tokyo. Once they returned home, they recruited long time friend K-9 to complete the awesome trio and Moochie Mac & Superfriends was born.