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Jimbo Bloomingfield – Come and Stay: Atmospherically Evocative Future Pop

Up and coming artist Jimbo Bloomingfield released their latest Future Pop Trap single “Come and Stay” on August 3rd and left us intrinsically enamoured by his honest, human, and relatable melodic midtempo hit.

The track alludes to the guilted feeling of saying things that we probably won’t mean in the morning and finding transient affection in a hook-up culture which is never easy to navigate, but it gets a little less arduous with resonant tracks such as Come and Stay.

The sweet symphonic beats in Come and Stay provide the perfect platform for Jimbo Bloomingfield’s almost spoken-word vocals which run through with a pinch of harmony. How immersive and hypnotic the reverb gets in this mix is something that you’ll never be able to predict from the prelude.

You can check out the official video to Jimbo Bloomingfield’s latest single Come and Stay for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Canadian Artist Polina Grace Offers Fiery Inspirational Future Pop with Her Latest Single “Take Control”

Canadian Pop artist Polina Grace hasn’t failed to amass plenty of adoration and hype with her fiery stylistic soundscapes in the last few years. But if you haven’t been previously acquainted with her dynamic approach to Future Pop, her latest single “Take Control” serves as the perfect introduction.

As well as being highly danceable hit, Take Control isn’t your archetypal offering of plasticised Pop, it’s atmospheric, evocative, and an invitation to fall into the narrative of Polina Grace’s deeply introspective lyrics.

Even though it’s perceptible in all of Polina Grace’s tracks that she aims to empower and inspire, that soulful passion is even more potent with Take Control.

You can check out Polina Grace’s latest single Take Control for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Trevor Knight – Giving It Up: R&B Infused Future Pop

EDM Pop is dominating the airwaves right now, and another contender for chart positions is the up and coming New York-based Future Pop artist Trevor Knight with their latest single “Giving It Up”.

While the single is fairly archetypal, it still boasts an incredibly strong structure and command of melody which creates the perfect platform for Trevor Knight’s harmonised dynamic vocals. The lyrics stretch beyond the usual loose sentiment, allowing Giving It Up to unfold as a candid single with plenty of resonance to be found. The infusion of R&B also ensures that Giving It Up boasts a visceral rhythmic pull while the polished production gives the single a radio-ready feel.

You can check out Trevor Knight’s latest single Giving It Up for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Noah Horne – Astronaut: Perfectly Poised Future Pop

London-based up and coming Pop artist Noah Horne has recently released his second single “Astronaut” following on from his success with the debut single “Seventeen”. The main distinction found in his sound is through his eccentric choice of instrumentals. If anyone can bring back the harp, it’s Noah Horne.  Yet, there are plenty of contemporary elements found within the soundscape to make sure it’s an accessible single which won’t fail to amass plenty of attention on the contemporary airwaves.

As much as I could appreciate the futuristic EDM beats behind the single, it was easy to feel like Noah Horne was more vocally concerned with vocal pitches rather than pouring energy and passion into the single. While it’s an incredibly poignant track, I’d love to hear some more intensity behind the soundscape to make the lyrics really resonate.

You can check out Noah Horne’s latest single Astronaut for yourselves by heading over to their official website now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Electropoint – Back to Rome: Summer-Soaked Future Pop

Back to Rome is the Summer 2018 hit from up and coming recording artist Electropoint, fans of Electro Pop are sure to love the good-vibe, summer-soaked anthemic feel of the single which comes alive through off beat acoustic rhythms and reverb which spills from the synth-driven melodies. Back to Rome flirts with elements off Trap under the rattle and snare of the 808 beats yet, the level of harmony ensures that the track stays safely in the Future Pop arena. There was a touch too much reverb added to the vocals for you to get a true idea of the vocal talent behind Electropoint, yet there’s not a flaw to be found in the composition of the sound which was put together by the artist and producer.

You can check out the official music video to Electropoint’s latest single by heading over to YouTube.

You can keep up to date with all Electropoint’s latest single’s by following the artist via Facebook

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Skinny Greg – Stuck on You: Looking for a Fix of Future Pop?

Stuck on You is the latest Future Pop hit from the up and coming Electronica artist and producer Skinny Greg. Whilst there have been many tracks composed based around being Stuck on You, Skinny Greg was able to breath prodigal new life into the agonising concept.

With his iridescently bright melodies he constructs a mix which carries as much emotion as the lyrics. Whilst the effects on the vocals could be seen as a little excessive Stuck on You is still one of the most solid offerings of Future Pop I’ve heard this year. The way the track fluidly progresses through the hooks and drops is almost enough to leave the hair on the back of your neck standing to attention. Melancholy was rife when it came to the lyrics, yet, the beat provided an up-beat anthemic, digitally rendered hype that is impossible not to get caught up in.

You can check out Skinny Greg’s latest single Stuck on You for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now. Any fans of Avicii, Tame Impala, and David Guetta are going to want to check out the beats from the emerging artist before they become a staple in dancefloor DJ’s playlists.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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