Rich Girl (Remix) offers everything from a summer-time bounce of a beat to tropical synths, an intriguing concept, and a striking vocal-line that feels beautifully fresh yet slightly Ace Of Base-like in melody and style.
Prior to the release of her new EP Fool’s Fire this weekend, we caught an interview with artist and musician Lily Dooner to find out more about the project and her approach to songwriting. Here’s how it went. * * * Hi Lily – thanks for the chat! Congrats on the new EP. How would … Continued
Having already made some impressive waves with their earlier single Loner, Canberra-based synth-pop outfit Neko Pink storm forwards even further with this brand new release. Soaked in addictive pop melodies and multiple layers of colour and optimism, With You pours through with a defiant level of brightness and energy. Leading with crisp, clean production, and … Continued
“I was pretty terrible at playing famous songs, so I had to make up my own – that way no one could say I was playing them wrong.”
Beautifully set-up, beautifully written, flawlessly performed. A lovely new single from an artist who rightfully shows no signs of slowing down.
The careful hints of emotion that Lily injects into her performances help really bring the lyrics alive, letting them connect on a profound and lasting level. This is the kind of escapism that embraces the darker parts of life and somehow turns them into a strangely warming arena of understanding.
Beautiful, dark yet intriguing enough to provoke a few replays. Lauren Rosas is defiantly carving her own pathway, more and more so with each new single.
Adopting a brilliantly colourful and energetic, punk-pop performance style and set up, Life As Mary’s latest release is easily one of their most attention grabbing and memorable to date – an impressive achievement, considering how catchy and likable all of their releases have been so far. Time Is Out offers up an addictively enthusiastic fusion … Continued
RAKZ4K and producer Supply join forces for this hard-hitting, heavy yet mellow-paced sweep of nostalgia.
Bringing together delicacy of concept and tone, Don’t Leave Me rises up from acoustic purity to full-band warmth throughout its captivating and uplifting four-minute journey – impressing all the more so with each new moment that passes.
You’re inspired to believe in better, that you can make a difference, and as the soundscape and that hook rain down you’re filled with a sense of wonder and vibrancy. As is the role of great electronic music, and no one does it greater than NIKOTENE right now.
Mild moments of choreography add further to all of this. Love You So builds up wonderfully and works perfectly well just the way it is. The video enhances the whole thing in a likable way. A job well done.