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Electro Pop Uk

Manchester’s SZOU drops electro-pop Orwellian reminder with ”Dystopia”

A slow build to tease us in, before dark clouds form and we are lifted into a dream, all created by SZOU. She just wants to be safe and live fear-free from all this madness and uncertainly. A sentiment millions of us feel right now, we just want to be safe and sound too, a simple human right you would think. This is a quality track from vocals to beat, lyrics and delivery. Made in Manchester with love.

With a brilliantly descriptive imagination, SZOU drops a futuristic electro-pop song that is ahead of it’s time. The way she reminds us of the dark times of George Orwell’s game-changing book 1984 and at the same time has produced the song to sound so new school. A remarkable feat indeed which makes her 2020 release ”Dystopia” a song that deserve lots of love and listens. In a world that has completely changed over the last few months, I feel that this is one of the most important releases all year. UK

Stream more from this fantastic female artist on the rise via her SoundCloud page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Hannah Nikole – Happily Never After: Intricately Soulful EDM Pop

There are very few Electro Pop tracks which come alive through such intricately vibrant beats, yet with Hannah Nikole’s track ‘Happily Never After’ she’s incorporated Trap into her EDM soundscape to create a viscerally stunning EDM release.

Happily Never After was Hannah Nikole’s first single, which the singer songwriter from Spring, Texas used as testament to her resoundingly sweet yet powerful style. The mesmeric effect of the melodies had me gripped throughout the progression of the track which may have been released in 2017, yet Happily Never After is as contemporary as EDM Pop comes.

The strength in the up and coming artist’s vocals allowed Hannah to poignantly to reject the nihilistic narrative which lingers behind the lyrics. It’s not every day that you’re treated to such realism within Pop lyrics. Go on. Embrace it.

You can check out Hannah Nikole’s Happily Never After for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast