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Tenna – Silver Storm: A Charged Offering of Raw Indie EDM Pop

Tenna dropped anything but your average sun-soaked Pop hit with her latest release “Silver Storm” which was released on July 12th, 2019. Quite honestly, we’re a little baffled as to how an artist with literally jaw-dropping vocal strength has remained on the underground for so long, but after the release of this gigantic hit, everyone can see that she’s got talent worth investing in. Tenna brings so much more than a pitch-perfect vocal dynamic, she delivers a raw, passionate, and stormy performance which sits synergistically against the ominous tones of the moody Indie EDM Pop instrumentals.

There’s a striking reminiscence between Tenna’s vocals and the husky vocal presences of Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga, yet it’s clear that Tenna never created Silver Storm to assimilate iconic artists. The powerful energy which has been poured into this hit is likely to stay with you for long after the captivating radio-ready hit has faded out.

You can check out the official music video to Tenna’s latest single Silver Storm for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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IAMGENRE – Better: The Sincerest R&B Pop Hit You’ll Hear This Year

“Better” is the latest single from contemporary up and coming R&B Pop artist IAMGENRE which doesn’t just scratch the surface of superficiality it delves deep into the artist’s humility and finds raw, undiluted introspection. Right from the first verse, the weight of the single resonates, and you’re safe in the knowledge that you’re going to be immersed in sincerity, passion, and iron wrought emotion.

Even around the melancholy contained in Better, the choruses are catchy, the instrumentals are concordant, and the general vibe behind the single which alludes to the regret of not trying harder is an impossibly easy soundscape to slip into. Yet at the same time, the melodious earworm has a way of putting your own life into perspective as you listen to the pensive lyrics inspire you to be a better human being. You probably owe it to yourself as much as you owe it to IAMGENRE to check out their latest track.

You can check out IAMGENRE’s latest single Better for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Breaking Indie Pop artist Ren Taylor releases her latest summer hit “Souvenir”

Breaking LA Indie Pop artist Ren Taylor released her latest single “Souvenir” on June 14th, and plenty of people have jumped on the chance to adopt the track as part of their summer playlists.

The incredibly accessible single offers witty lyricism, which is fairly lovelorn, yet the exotic EDM beats work with the rhythmic vibrant offbeat guitar patterns to offer an authentically organic soundscape. With Souvenir, Ren Taylor proves that her fresh approach to Pop is exactly what we need on the airwaves right now; it’s expressive, it’s resonant, and it emits a vibrancy that you could never tire of hearing.

Expect choruses which will stick to your synapses like superglue, pitch-perfect vocals and a radio-ready production. With Ren Taylor’s matured approach to the genre and her ability to truly connect with her listeners, don’t be surprised if you hear plenty more from her in the future.

You can check out the official music video to Ren Taylor’s latest single Souvenir for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Pop Artist & Producer PANDDA Releases Yet Another Perennial Earworm with single “Falling for You”

After a succession of popular hits which have flirted with a myriad of genres, up and coming artist and producer PANDDA has released his most eager perennial earworm yet. The subtle layers of Funk and Blues infused into “Falling for You” take the soundscape to a whole new level while the highly polished production strips away none of the rhythmic command.

There’s a reason why we always get excited with new tracks from PANDDA, which is probably the same reason why the Orlando-based artist isn’t struggling to amass plenty of hype around his soulfully contemporary tracks. With deft pops of the Indie guitars against the EDM beats which flow with an incredibly natural progression, Falling for You is about as flawless as Pop gets. With the vocals kept natural and distinctive, it’s impossible to get to the guitar outro without feeling intricately enamoured.

You can check out PANDDA’s sticky-sweet Pop hit Falling for You for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Tazmin Barnes – 9 More Lives: A Sticky-Sweet Funk-Deep Perennial Pop Earworm

From the very first notes in up and coming singer-songwriter Tazmin Barnes’s latest single “9 More Lives,” you get the immediate reassurance that you’re being immersed into a uniquely and vibrantly uplifting soundscape.

Rather than using an archetypal Pop beat, Tazmin Barnes infused 9 More Lives with plenty of organically textured Funk and groove resulting in the creation of what has every potential your new perennial Pop earworm.

The offbeat popping rhythms create the perfect platform for Tazmin Barnes’ naturally powerful vocals to rest above as they spill plenty of harmony into the mix. If that wasn’t enough the concept behind the single is infinitely enamouring, we’re all a bit guilty of giving people far too many chances, and that’s exactly what 9 More Lives alludes to. Yet, there wasn’t a hint of naivety found within the track thanks to the unfaltering vocal delivery.

You can check out Tazmin Barnes’ latest single 9 More Lives for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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The Used Notes – Scream Please: A Powerfully Provoking Offering of Indie R&B Pop

The Used Notes’ latest single “Scream Please” hits you with an instant blast of high-octane Indie R&B Pop passion right from the prelude. The single which was released earlier this year in January poignantly addresses the frustrations of living with mental health problems. While at first, it’s hard to appreciate the repetition of “scream please”, once you come to recognise that the Used Notes are using that line to compel the listener to find catharsis in expression you can start to feel the full power behind the single.

Scream Please is an unapologetically raw single which drips soul and passion through both the unflinching vocals and the Jazz infused R&B organic rhythms which have been pulled together with a stylistic Pop polish.

You can check out the official video to the Used Notes’ latest single Scream Please by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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The Good Manners – Walk or Talk: A debut of Funk-Dripping R&B Pop

Jazz has never been the most accessible of genres, yet, the Good Manners deftly incorporated the archaic funk-dripping allure into their debut single “Walk or Talk” as though it was the most natural contemporary composition possible.

The London-based duo is perceptibly motivated by their passion of spreading the good vibes through their groove deep soundscapes which don’t offer pretentious Jazz ensembles, instead, Walk or Talk offers a real human connection through the soulfully reverberant vocals. Combine that with a bassline which is as infectious as what you’d hear in any iconic Soul Jazz Pop track, and you’ve got an absolute hit with the Good Manners single.

If any track deserves to be considered a summer playlist essential, it’s Walk or Talk.

You can check out the Good Manners’ debut single Walk or Talk for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Fancy J London – Throne: Inventively Momentous Attitude Driven Electro R&B Pop`

Up and coming Electro R&B Pop artist Fancy J London has recently dropped their latest album “Throne” containing 22 inventively momentous original tracks, at least one of them is sure to become your future party playlist essential.

If you’re still under the impression that it’s impossible for artists to set themselves apart when using bass heavy electronica beats, you’ll soon change your mind when you become witness to Fancy J London’s playful attitude driven approach to Hip Hop infused EDM.

With standout tracks such as “All Alone”, “I Admit It”, and “Tell Me” feeding you sticky sweet Pop sensibilities combined with euphoric beats, it really is no wonder why the Boston Massachusetts based performer hasn’t failed to amass plenty of hype around their latest release.

You can check out Fancy J London’s latest release for yourselves by heading over to Tidal now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Nadia Vaeh Releases Her Latest offering of Artfully Empowering Pop with Single “Naked”

Nadia Vaeh’s latest single “Naked” kicks off with an instantaneous blast of high-octane empowering Pop. As it unfolds, you’ll be snared by plenty of lyrical hooks as you come to appreciate the up and coming artist’s commandingly powerful approach to the genre. Yet, Naked still offers the same playful honeyed punch as you would expect from Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. Dare I say Nadia Vaeh’s are perceptibly more ingenious? That may sound like incredibly strong praise, yet, the lyrical verses run like metaphysical poetry whilst keeping to the perfect meter and rhyme to add to the anthemic hype behind Naked.

It can be hard to make a connection with an artist from the first listen, but that’s exactly why Nadia Vaeh stands out with distinction. And rather than being your average sappy lovelorn Pop hit, Naked was inspired with Nadia Vaeh’s journey as an artist. While some people may still be inclined to believe the road to success is a walk in the park, Naked will resonate with anyone who knows just how wrong that preconception is.

You can check out Nadia Vaeh’s single Naked for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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HiL – Wine: Funk-Fuelled R&B Pop

HiL is undoubtedly going to become renowned for their distinctively fuzzy basslines and unique brand of Neo Funk Pop after the release of their latest high vibe offering of Soul with their latest single “Wine”.

Even though HiL takes plenty of inspiration from the past, Wine is still an incredibly fresh release through which you get the real sense that HiL let their passion flow without restraint. The vocals carry a fair reminiscence to the King of Pop, yet, Wine still flows with organic authenticity thanks to the textures found within the progressive soundscape. There really is no overstating with what the acoustic bass brings to the Funk Disco soundscape which spills plenty of euphoria.

You can check out HiL’s latest single Wine along with their earlier releases for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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