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Sami Rahman Feeds Futurism into Pop with Latest Single “Losing Feeling”

Feeding futurism into EDM Alt Pop is up and coming recording artist Sami Rahman who doesn’t sacrifice the listenability of his music while he treats you to a soundscape which has shot ahead of the contemporary curve.

Their latest single “Losing Feeling” is vibrant and evocative enough to send you right back to the Pop Punk we all came to know and love from the early 00s, yet in the EDM track Sami Rahman’s vocals add layers of harmony to a track which could only be described as mesmeric. Considering that the vocal talent and prodigal inspiration behind the instrumentals are all wrapped up in a perfectly polished production, Losing Feeling is a radio-ready hit which more than deserves some space on the airwaves.

You can check out Sami Rahman’s latest single Losing Feeling for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Leena Regan – Ghost Town: Harmoniously Mellifluous Downtempo Pop

Leena Regan has made waves with her earlier releases, yet her most recently released single “Ghost Town” will allow you to appreciate the harmoniously mellifluous vocals; all wrapped up in the perfect downtempo Pop package. Ghost Town ethereally flits between Jangly Pop Rock and Dreampop which is bordering on celestial. Yet, the power in Leena Regan’s vocals remain a constant throughout the single.

Ghost Town is so much more than just a standalone single, it is the first track from the artist’s new 5-track project “Melancholy Mind”, in which each of the singles will invite the listener to share “un-sharable moments” of the artist’s life. We can only hope that more artists in the future will be inclined to be as candid as they strive to create resonance and solidarity through their music.

You can check out Leena Regan’s latest single Ghost Town for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Justice Armor – Lean on Me: Infectious R&B Pop Melodies

At this point in his career, American singer-songwriter Justice Armour is no stranger to producing perennial earworms with his Pop singles. But with the upcoming single “Lean on Me” we didn’t just get another testament to his talent. Instead, we were treated to an aural example of just how much he has progressed since his earlier singles “Gone”, “Shooting”, and “Addicted”. With Lean on Me, Justice Armour’s infusion of Blues into Pop gives the track a stylistic sensibility which is definitely no assimilation to what we have heard before from the Pop genre.

Even though in some parts of Lean on Me use a touch too much vocal effect, when Justice Armour’s vocals are allowed to run clean, the layers of harmony won’t fail to draw you even further into the sticky-sweet track. With rhythmic beats, a smooth polish on the production, and choruses not easily forgotten, there are plenty of reasons why people should start getting excited about what Justice Armor is bringing to the R&B Blues Pop genre.

Head on over to Spotify and check it out for yourselves.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Miranda Lopez – Lose Myself: Moody Pop Melancholia at its Finest

“Lose Myself” may be Miranda Lopez’s debut track, but the London-based musician hasn’t failed to amass plenty of attention with the moody indulgence which she has cooked up with the mesmerising single.

While many up and coming artists have the inclination to assimilate popular artists, it’s perceptible that Lose Myself was a pure act of creative expression. The fact the single is just as compelling as tracks by London Grammar, Lorde, the XX, and Wolf Alice is a serendipitous coincidence.

Despite the obvious, vocal strength on display with Lose Myself, everything about the delivery feels authentic which naturally amplifies how hard the sonorous single hits you. It’s safe to say we’re incredibly excited to hear what comes next from Miranda Lopez.

You can check out for yourselves Miranda Lopez’s debut single Lose Myself by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Brett Miller takes his Pop sound in a progressive new direction with upcoming single “Million Voices”

Not many Pop artists dare to take their sound in a progressive new direction, yet for his upcoming single “Million Voices” Brett Miller borrowed elements from a myriad of different genres to provide a contemporarily fresh mix.  With infusions of soft Electro and contemporary R&B weaved into the mix, you may as well start regarding Brett Miller as the Daft Punk of R&B Pop. Unlike most Pop tracks, the EDM beats don’t just serve as a platform for Brett Miller’s magnetic harmonics, instead, the beat carries the intricacy, texture and depth of any self-respecting Electronica hit. If you’re looking for a flaw in the soundscape, you won’t find one, instead, you’ll just find the palpable sense of potential from the incredibly talented, and prodigally inspired up and coming artist.

Check out Million Voices, you can steam and download here > https://linkr.in/MillionVoices

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Rachel Shaps Leaves Us Mesmerised Once More with her Latest Single “Learn My Lesson”

Breaking Pop artist Rachel Shaps has put her powerful vocal dynamics to good use once more with her fourth single “Learn My Lesson”. If the Pop charts were topped by the artists with the strongest vocals, Rachel Shaps wouldn’t be far from the top. With vocal dynamics which easily match the likes of Miley Cyrus from the very first line you’re left in awe of what Rachel Shaps brings to Learn My Lesson. As for the instrumentals, Learn My Lesson has every potential to become your next perennial earworm, the radio-ready, bass-heavy production is as unapologetically fierce as Pop gets. Learn My Lesson is the perfect package of rhythm, reverberance, and resonance. The slightly salacious, irrefutably honest lyricism goes beyond skirting around issues of superficiality to offer you a deep introspection. It’s safe to say we’re excited to hear what comes next from the feverishly talented artist.

You can check out Rachel Shaps’ latest single Learn My Lesson for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Pop artist Carina T reveals her instantaneously captivating vocal capacity with “Inside Your Mind”

It’s not everyday that you hear a vocal offering as strong as what is contained within Carina T’s latest Pop single “Inside Your Mind”. The breaking artist’s approach to Pop hits you with the instant sense that she’s spent plenty of time ensuring that her stylistically matured talent sets her apart from other up and coming artists. While many Pop artists like to hide behind a smorgasbord of vocal effects and think that production can stand in place of talent, with Inside Your Mind you get a raw dynamic hit of true talent. And rather than just creating the usual Pop soundscape for her power ballad, Carina T allows her vocals to rest upon an arrangement lead by searing electric guitar riffs which provide plenty of punchy rhythm.

In short, Inside Your Mind is a Pop single which you will never need to feel guilty about listening to.

You can check out the official music video to Carina T’s single Inside Your Mind for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Demaiis – Rock with You: A Smooth Trap R&B Playlist Essential

Concordance may be the last thing on many Trap artist’s minds when they create a new record, but through Demaiis’ infusion of R&B into the soundscape of his latest single Trap may have become more accessible than ever.

“Rock with You” dropped on April 4th and proves to be a high-vibe Hip Hop party anthem which practically drips with commercial potential. There’s enough experimentalism to ensure that Rock with You is set apart through distinction, but there’s absolutely no denying that the single is immediately accessible. I can almost guarantee that anyone tuning into Demaiis’ latest single will find a playlist essential. It contains everything you could possibly want from a feel-good hit, infectious choruses, crystal clear production, and an energy which you’re going to want to hit play on time and time again.

You can check out Demaiis’ latest single Rock with You for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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THEYRETHERE – (Let Me Be) HŪMN: Bass-Driven Genre-Defiance

Any fans of Highly Suspect, Royal Blood, and Imagine Dragons are going to want to check out what Alt Rock Hip Hop artist THEYRETHERE has cooked up with their latest single “(Let Me Be) HŪMN”

The single which dropped on April 19th packs in plenty of experimentalism, yet, the infectious grip of (Let Me Be) HŪMN doesn’t give you much time to decide if you are going to get caught up in the high energy of the track. Rather than the prelude showing you what is in store throughout the single, it acts as the simple, soft beginning to a mix which uses plenty of harsh, reverberant digital effect. By the time the track fades out, there’s no questioning the prodigal flair of THEYRETHERE.

We can’t wait to hear what THEYRETHERE has up their sleeves from the rest of their upcoming EP.

You can check out the official music video to latest drop from THEYRETHERE by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Ayaz Ismail leads us further into the future of Future Pop with Latest Single “Lights”

Through a sublime mix of R&B, Bollywood, World Music and Pop Ayaz Ismail’s latest track “Lights” was born. The emotively rendered release uses intricate scales to tease you into the raw essence of the single, even with a slow tempo, you’re in a state of anticipation for the chorus.

The Mumbai born, Dallas based vocalist, composer, and recording Engineer pulled together “Lights” as a melodically vibrant soundscape which will draw you into the unique textures of the multi-layered single.

I can’t say I’ve ever had the pleasure of hearing 80s-inspired synth lines along with the constantly snaking rhythms of the distinctive Bollywood sound, so, the way that Ayaz Ismail created such an instantly accessible track was nothing short of impressive.

You can check out Ayaz Ismail’s latest single Lights for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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