That retro touch adds something endearing and genuine to the whole experience, as well as perhaps introducing a signature characteristic of Galecki’s work.
The song feels real because the performance is so honest and heartfelt. Then as the soundscape gathers intensity, the feeling multiplies – the energy grows stronger, and for those who find themselves in a similar situation as talked about in the track, this makes for the perfect modern anthem to re-connect and move forward with a significant other.
Shan Fernando drives with pure personality on this single Bonnie X Clyde. Bringing together elements of rock, Americana and EDM alike, the song stands out for its unusual make-up and for its quickly memorable hook.
There’s a familiarity in this style of seasonal writing, for sure, but melodically and indeed vocally there’s something enjoyably fresh about this new release. It fits the mold of the moment well yet it also presents an alternative option for those who’ve grown tired of the same old repeated classics.
Vapor Brain by Zora Graves is a grooving, melodic, existential masterwork. Equal parts bubbly and melancholic, with a solid exhibition of instrumental genius.
The summer vibes are well and truly reignited with this single from RIIV. Beautiful celebrates love in a passionate and vibrant way, offering blissful synths and a smooth dance beat – alongside of a soulfully meandering vocal and an accessibly pop-like melody.
Justin Salter keeps the summer vibes alive with this latest single You and Me. What first emerges as a delicately jazz-infused pop song – a dreamlike ambiance, a sense of joy – later evolves to become something of a classically mellow hip hop release.
All my instruments have names. I’m giving my son trumpet lessons & he asked why my trumpet & flugelhorn have names. I had to laugh, but I told him that Herm & Jessie put on a show.
This is fantastic songwriting, impossible to predict and clearly made of its own building blocks and ideas – a desire to express and paint something brand new in the mind of the listener; as opposed to merely ‘borrowing’ fragments of melody from other songs.
My rehabilitation therapist said that I would recover quicker if I would sing a lot. I enjoyed it so much and my voice recovered very well.
Producer Edward St. Martin brings something a little different to pop music with this single Lullaby, showcasing his extensive experience and his inherent connection to creativity in a bold way.
Rachel Reese has written a catchy country pop song entitled Dozen Roses, one that leads with relatable emotion and a sense of empowerment or learning to overcome.