Back to the top
X
 
Don't show this message again

pop

Meet Jade Moss, the jazz pop musician you should be watching out for in 2021!

Jade Moss has already made a name for herself in the fashion and textiles world as a fierce entrepreneur, pulling her creative background into her music career and wowing audiences with her glamour and stunning outfits. At the age of 18, Jade left her home of Yorkshire and moved to London to pursue her dream career. She made her mark on the city by opening her own boutiques selling clothes that she designed herself. She gains inspiration for her designs by travelling the world and experiencing new cultures, which has lead to her work being featured in major high street stores. Her new single ‘Hey Babe’ discusses modern love and the game that men often like to play. Her strong, determined lyrics show her setting her standards straight and not letting anyone tell her what to do. The track features distorted vocals and a soft jazz sound with a subtle hint of pop, perfect for anyone looking for something more laid back. Drawing her inspiration from the likes of Etta James, Grace Jones a..

Halsey announces pregnancy!

Original Article Halsey surprised her fans on Wednesday with the announcement that she’s pregnant. The 26-year-old pop star revealed she’s expecting her first child via a post on her Instagram account, sharing a trio of images of her bare belly taken by photographer Sam Dameshek. “Surprise,” she captioned the shot in which she poses topless in jeans in front of a white and purple silk backdrop, adding a baby bottle, rainbow, and angel emoji. Dameshek also thanked Halsey for the opportunity ..

Leif Coffield is due to release an electro-pop sensation ‘Say My Name’

Leif Coffield is due to release his brand new single ‘Say My Name’ in February; it’s a dark twist on electro pop. He’s gained support from the highly influential Clash Music and national BBC Radio, but he’s looking to broaden his sound to a wider audience still. Leif is based in Glasgow, taking inspiration from artists that defy the mainstream. In the lyrics of his latest track, he tackles the suppression of relationships and the need to rediscover himself: “I try in each of my songs for them to have one unique element or one distinguishing factor that sounds out of the ordinary and that separates it from the norm. I take a lot of inspiration from artists that endeavor to break the mold and refrain from operating within the confines of the mainstream. Artists like Flume, FINNEAS, Kanye West, Bon Iver etc where pushing the boundaries of the creative process and what is conventionally palatable is key.” A stunning video will be released next month to accompany ‘Say My Name’. It co..

Ruth Brosnan’s single ‘Electric Gold’ is a mantra for COVID-19 key workers

Ruth Brosnan has composed a track which encompasses the struggles of the pandemic, from restrictions, to the bravery and dedication of front line workers. It’s an upbeat song, despite the potentially gloomy subject, which spreads a clear message of escapism and hope. This motivational and passionate dance track is perfect for fans of the 80s decade, though it gives a modern twist with electronic elements throughout. The music is impossible not to dance to; exactly what the nation needs in this difficult and draining time. With Ruth’s music, the pop style, no-nonsense track will get us back on our feet and keep our chins up! For more updates follow Ruth’s socials below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watch/ruthbrosnanmusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ruth_brosnan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ruth_brosnan/?hl=en Website: https://ruthbrosnan.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/1DZW6KvND9HzEiXjDdWnqr?si=8HUGivXeSLyGEU1_7zb32w Check out the latest episode ..

8-years-old Elle releases Christmas single to support the homeless

The single, ‘It’s Christmas’, has been released after Elle decided to do more than just help the homeless in her hometown of Southampton and set her sights on the rest of the nation. She’s raising money for homeless charity Shelter, to not only widen awareness but get them some vital funds ready for the festive season. A percentage of all the funds from downloads and views of Elle’s music video (which you can watch below!) will go directly to the charity to help prevent homelessness in the lockdown and festive period. Almost every Sunday Elle goes out with her mum delivering sandwiches, cake and fruit to those sleeping rough on the streets. She sets an example which we should all follow, not just at Christmas but all year round. Elle said: “I just hope this song makes people think about homeless people this Christmas. It must be horrible to live on the streets and I just want to try and help them more if I can. Thank you to everyone who supports this fundraising campaign.” Shel..

87 and The Toys drop new EP ‘Japanesy If You Pleasey’ in classic DIY indie pop fashion

The seven tracks that make up ‘Japanesy If You Pleasey’ are a trigger which come together to portray the trio’s indie expertise and passion. Indie artists such as Violent Femmes, B-52s, Daniel Johnson and Neutral Milk Hotel are clear inspiration for the twists and turns of their style. But they also hold their own in retaining a quirky and fresh sound. The songs ask questions from everything regarding government, corona virus and even all-you-can-eat sushi restaurants and BoJack Horseman. Combined American and Japanese cultures are brought together in this DIY mash. Listen to the tracks below: The songs give a true personal feel, somehow also managing to epitomise coolness. For instance, ‘BoJack’, written after the band binge-watched the series throws out chirpy lyrics alongside gooey rhythms. Perhaps the cherry on top for fans of this band is their no-filter approach. They take a calm viewpoint on production techniques and commit to artist integrity throughout. Follow the ..

Miley Cyrus opens up about trauma she experienced following body scrutiny during her teens

“I think people are starting to go, ‘Wait, wait, wait. That was f***** up'” As reported by NME, Miley Cyrus has opened up about the trauma she experienced following intense media scrutiny over her body – something which she says began in her teens. Original Article: https://www.nme.com/news/music/miley-cyrus-opens-up-about-trauma-she-faced-from-media-scrutiny-young-age-2832833 In a new cover interview with Rolling Stone, Cyrus opened up about some of her experiences and how much they affected her from a young age. Cyrus said: “At one point I was like, ‘Yo, when I’m 16 and you’re circling my boobs and s*** like that…I’m the bad guy?’ “I think people are starting to go, ‘Wait, wait, wait. That was f***** up.’ They’re starting to know who the enemy and who the victim was there.” Miley Cyrus appears on our January cover. She opens up about her wild new rock & roll sound, heroes like Joan Jett and David Bowie, sobriety and getting the respect she deserves https://t.co/TcPC0QpHM9 ..