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Alt Pop Artist ALETULLE Has Released Their Latest EP “MI CRUZ”

Any fans of PJ Harvey and Lydia Lunch are sure to appreciate what up and coming London-based Alt Pop artist ALETULLE has orchestrated with their latest EP “MI CRUZ”.

The standout single on the EP “BOCA DENTATA” channels Art Wave mesmerism into the moody captivating soundscape which comes complete with orchestral layers, EDM Hip Hop beats, and sultrily piercing vocals.

As if that wasn’t enough the lyricism found in all of the tracks on the EP flow like metaphysical spoken word poetry. ALETULLE’s pioneering ingenuity and refusal to make her soundscapes archetypally ingestible is just one of the reasons why you should be placing this artist on your radar. Amongst a myriad of others is her arrestive, raw, and undiluted attitude which is present in all of the singles on the EP.

You can check out ALETULLE’s EP which is due for release on September 10th for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Bronwyn Silk – Nobody Likes You: Sensuously Emotive Chill Pop

Thankfully, Bronwyn Silk’s latest single “Nobody Likes You” wasn’t the ‘empowered’ mean girl Pop which I anticipated from the title.

Instead, the ambient chill Pop single offers an inventively emotive soundscape which is soaked with authentic soul. Many Pop artists will try to refrain from sounding human and vulnerable in their tracks, but Bronwyn Silk isn’t one to hide behind smoke and mirror melodies, instead, she lays herself bare through the deep introspective found in her lyricism.

There really is little room to wonder why Bronwyn Silk is amassing plenty of attention with her sensuously captivating approach to Pop. With over 1 million streams on her collaborative singles, it’s evident that this is just the beginning for Bronwyn Silk.

You can check out Bronwyn Silk’s single Nobody Likes You for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Bohifale – Stationary: Humbly Emotive Chill Pop

Bohifale may self-proclaim that his unique brand of Pop is disappointing, yet, just how wrong he is a clear indication of how an artist can be so blind to the ingenuity of their work. With his latest single “Stationary” straight from the intentionally bumpy start you get a taste for the organic expression which has been poured in the single. The beat progresses through an infusion Jangle Pop Indie mixed with the kicks snares and drops teased by the drum pads to set the perfect platform for Bohifale’s vocals which possess a maturity and a sentimentality which is so rare to hear in the Pop genre.

With Stationary, you get a true sense that Bohifale is intrinsically connected to the emotion of the track, and it’s not very often I get the chance to say that. Yet, that’s just one of the many reasons why the up and coming artist should be on your radar in 2019.

You can check out Bohifale’s latest single Stationary by heading over to Bandcamp now

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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