Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Synth-pop band MXMS have just released their new EP “Funeral Pop I” on May 1st, 2019 which features the incredible track “Salvation Hurts.” The duo is made up of Ariel Levitan (vocals) and Jeremy Dawson (back up vocals and synths). MXMS describe their music as “funeral pop”, a mixture of electronic and rock. We definitely think that the description of funeral pop makes sense for … Continue reading Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Hey Geronimo Brings Us Techie-Punk

Hey Geronimo, from Australia, are back with their fierce techie-themed-song titled “Working For Google.” From the sound of the song, the band seems to draw influences from early punk bands like The Clash and The Buzzcocks but also adds a flavor of modern pop music to spin things up a little bit. Hey Geronimo clearly has an ear for a proper hook as the vocal … Continue reading Hey Geronimo Brings Us Techie-Punk

Artist of the Day: Be The Bear with Contagious 80’s Inspired Synth Pop

Be The Bear is likely to be the next Scandinavian artist to climb to the top and make history worldwide. Her new song “I Don’t Want To” is fun, poppy, and buries deep into the listeners ear canal during the first verse. By the time the listener gets to the chorus they will be beyond impressed by the catchy vocal melody that is impossible to … Continue reading Artist of the Day: Be The Bear with Contagious 80’s Inspired Synth Pop

Piano Club will Transport You To a Happy Place with “The Wake Up Call”

The synths will knock you out of your chair as they strike down on the first note. The vocals will transport you back to a time in the 1980’s when life felt blissful and carefree. The vocals fit perfectly with the music that will get your body grooving and feeling like you’re high. PIANO CLUB has figured out how to make music that digs deep … Continue reading Piano Club will Transport You To a Happy Place with “The Wake Up Call”