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Fonzarelii is set to make their debut with the Indie Synth Pop single “Reflections”


There’s no shortage of Synth-Pop artists, yet, up and coming Manchester-based producer Fonzarelii has proven that when accordant ingenuity is at the heart of the mix, there’s always room for more synthy futuristic tones on the airwaves.

Fonzarelii is set to release their debut single “Reflections” featuring gently ensnaring vocals from Ronan Harding which find perfect synergy with the dreamy melodic electronic instrumentals.

Reflections isn’t just a polished mix, emotion seeps from each aural pore in the soundscape making it a transfixing listen from start to finish.

Evidently, Manchester has bred yet another exceptional artist. When sentiment and emotion resonate like they do in Reflections, it’s practically impossible to find a flaw in the track.

You’ll have to wait until April 6th, 2020 to check out Reflections which will be available to stream via all major streaming platforms including YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Natasha Jane Julian has put her own evocative twist on Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness”

Up and coming Pop artist Natasha Jane Julian completely transformed Lana Del Rey’s iconic hit “Summertime Sadness” with her innovative cover.

Summertime Sadness may have been released while we’re still in the grips of winter. Yet, with the ethereal chill which lingers between the pensive notes and Natasha Jane Julian’s striking almost barque vocals, fans of arcanely melancholic Pop will definitely still want to pay it some attention.

You can check out Natasha Jane Julian’s atmospheric restyling of Summertime Sadness for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.

With a newly formed band by her side, Natasha Jane Julian will be taking her sensually resounding sound on tour in 2020. You won’t want to miss a chance to see it.

Keep up to date with new releases and tours via Facebook.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Alt Pop Artist Nolai Has Dropped His Latest Single “Without You”

After his debut single dropped in Summer 2019, artist and producer Nolai’s sound has attracted a feverous amount of attention. With his magnetically mellow charismatic vibe, it’s all too easy to see why.

His latest single “Without You” is a melodically dreamy work of contemporary EDM Pop mixed with elements of Hip Hop and R&B. With ethereally-light reverb softening the beats in Without You, the track unravels with an ambient feel. Yet there’s still plenty of fire in the concordant mix –, especially through Nolai’s energetically passionate vocals. And with lyrics which transcend the usual lyrical Pop tropes, Nolai is pretty much a triple threat.

Without You is the first single to be released from Nolai’s debut EP “Wild Thoughts” which is due for release in March 2020. Make sure you keep up to date with all of his future releases via Facebook.

You can check out Nolai’s single Without You for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Sofia Werner – Y: Experimentally Progressive Fiercely Refreshing Alt Pop

The prelude to Sofia Werner’s Pop single may fool you into believing that you’re in store for yet another archetypal quiescent delicate offering of sad Pop – then comes the unexpected addition of reverberant fuzzy experimental basslines. From there on out, the soundscape is transformed into an energetically commanding track which will keep you hooked right up until the outro.

If you could imagine what it would sound like if Taylor Swift and Muse collaborated on a record, you’ll get an idea of what Sofia Werner has to offer from her latest single. This is exactly the kind of pioneering nuance all artists should be aspiring to with their sound. Naturally, we’re all too excited to see what will come next from Sofia Werner.

You can check out Y along with Sofia Werner’s debut single “Like I’m Beautiful” for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Up and Coming Pop Artist C Minor Has Dropped Their Danceable Debut Hit “LOL (Love on Loud)” featuring Madison Deaver

For their debut single “LOL (Love on Loud)”, up and coming Pop producer C Minor teamed up with the deftly talented Madison Deaver and created a progressively anthemic dance mix.

The chemistry in the collaboration is perceptible from the first verse to the last as Madison lays down her sultry and playfully powerful vocals on Future Pop Dance beats which keep to a solid structure to make sure the drops have a maximum impact.

There’s plenty of distinction in the mix as C Minor has made it all too evident that he has no intention of assimilating former artists. Instead, the rhythms have a natural and expressive feel which makes it all too easy to get hooked.

You can check out C Minor’s debut single for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Victoria Taylor – Got Me Moving: Soulfully Warm, Euphorically Danceable Pop

The emotion in Victoria Taylor’s fourth single “Got Me Moving” isn’t just authentic, it’s intense. The concordantly danceable Pop earworm is a testament to her creative maturity after she made her debut just two years ago with the single “All The Same”.

The flawless production doesn’t flood the mix with momentum. Instead, the energetic rhythms come with a radio-ready polish to ensure that Got Me Moving is the perfect multipurpose playlist essential.

Whether you hear it on the dancefloor or on your commute, the subtle nuanced euphoria within the mix won’t fail to arrestively resonate and leaving you sharing within the up-vibe energy. And with the soulfully warm vocals, Got Me Moving is as infectious as EDM Pop gets.

You can check out Victoria Taylor’s latest single for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Hannah Evans – Crying on Your Own: A Moody Alt Pop Playlist Essential

With the release of her third single “Crying on Your Own” Hannah Evans has proven once more that she possesses much more than hypnotic vocal talent.

The beguilingly dark soundscape is bordering on Lynchian, but amongst the deep pensive reverberance, the snappy EDM beats bring a vibrant vitality to the mix allowing the sentiment to hit even harder. Undoubtedly artists such as Billie Eilish have influenced the Brighton-based artist’s sound. But Crying on Your Own contains an equal measure of striking soul and moody unapologetic attitude affirming that assimilation was never her intention.

Artists who are as bold with their sound and visceral with their lyrics deserve an infinite amount of admiration. It’s only a matter of time before her expressively nuanced sound hits the mainstream.

You can check out Hannah Evans’ latest single for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Pat Reilly – Hazy: Sticky-Sweet RnB-Soaked EDM Indie Pop

Pat Reilly’s latest Alt Pop single “Hazy” is exactly what it says on the tin. The mesmeric mix transcends the usual moody Pop which is bang on trend right now. Instead, they threw a smorgasbord of diverse emotion into the mix making it all too easy to get caught up in the fraught sentiment. From pensive lovelornness to optimistically sweet romanticism, it’s all weaved into the sublime feat of RnB-soaked EDM Indie Pop.

The smooth grooves in Hazy ensure it’s a highly danceable mix, while Pat Reilly’s vocals make sure you feel every line of the piercing lyrics penetrating as they’re delivered over the radio-ready EDM Pop instrumentals. Perceptibly, Pat Reilly held nothing back when penning the lyrics to Hazy. Not many tracks manage to eke empathy from me, but Hazy used up a substantial amount.

You can check out Hazy for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Bella Hutton – Take Me Home: Harmonically Euphoric Pop

Whether you hear it on a dancefloor or the radio on your drive home, Bella Hutton’s latest Pop single “Take Me Home” will greet you like a flood of resonant, harmonic euphoria.

The fluidity and sun-soaked hyped in the vibrant choruses ensure that Take Me Home is a danceable mix, while Bella Hutton’s vocals lay down magnetic melodies which you’re hooked into from the first verse.

The Farnham, UK-based artist has made it impossible not to instantly warm to her upbeat approach to Pop which contains plenty of authenticity. Which is mostly with thanks to the nuanced infusion of Hip Hop into the mix which becomes perceptible through the solid beats which construct the perfect platform for Bella’s effortlessly soulful vocals.

You can check out Bella Hutton’s latest single Take Me Home on all platforms including Spotify from today.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Izzy Spint – The Power of God and Anime: Rap Meets Pop Meets Experimental Synthwave

Atari Teenage Riot fans are going to want to check out Izzy Spint’s insanely fresh Synthwave single “The Power of God and Anime”.

The delectable mash of Pop, Hip Hop, Rap, and experimental Electronica is more than a perennial earworm. It’s a thunderously infectious progressive hit which constantly throws dizzying aural curveballs your way.

The harmonically melodic Pop choruses amongst the harsh discordant chaos are quite frankly ingenious. The Power of God and Anime isn’t just a track which you can get on board with. It’s one that you can quite easily get obsessed with. Izzy Spint is definitely an artist to watch.

You can start your love affair with Izzy Spint’s experimentalism by heading over to Bandcamp.

Review by Amelia Vandergast