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Canadian indie-pop act Cardboard Cop shows his skills on the mic with ”Why Can’t You See Me Now?”

Cardboard Cop is the recording project of Leonardo Barragan who is an experimental indie-pop from Victoria in Canada. This is such a unique release and his new song is called ”Why Can’t You See Me Now?”.

Why Can’t You See Me Now?” is all about how some people find you invisible after sharing a special moment together. This is such a horrible feeling and one that can cause you to feel really down about it. Cardboard Cop expresses his pain with his signature style that is like no other. He sings with heart and the beat is very laid-back with a summer kind of feel to it.

Cardboard Cop’s Why Can’t You See Me Now?” is the most intriguing song of 2020 and a good vibe for those afternoons while chilling out after a long day. The experimental Canadian artist continues to build up his name and will be a name to watch moving forward.

Stream this unique track here on Spotify.

Check out more about this artist on his Facebook music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Victoria May sparks so bright with new pop debut “Electricity”

Victoria May is a young British born pop singer with a massive future. She sparks brightly here with her debut single called “Electricity“.

Now based in Argentina, Victoria impresses like a futuristic starlet on this pop soaked winner. With quality production and pure vocals that make my ears sweat, this is a tremendous entry into the music world.

Recorded in Buenos Aires and mixed in New York, you can feel the overriding international standard and the whole package is a delicious listen the whole way through. This is a young musician with a huge future if she can stay focused and hungry for more. Victoria’s voice puts me under a delightful spell of positive energy.

Electricity” is one of those songs that makes you listen again and again. You imagine Victoria’s feeling towards her new crush, she wants it but isn’t afraid to keep her guard up just in case something is off.

This is an absolute gem and I highly recommend you give Victoria May your full attention.

Stream on Spotify to hear more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen