Month: October 2015

This is the last time, I’ll say it a million more

Featured on Ryn Weaver’s debut studio album, The Fool, “Promises” was originally released on Promises, her first EP.
Ryn was essentially an unknown artist before her first hit track “OctaHate” broke the internet with one million listens on Soundcloud in under a month. However, the budding starlet clearly showed up on the radars of others in the industry as her first two songs featured production from the likes of Charli XCX, Passion Pit’s Michael Angelakos, and Benny Blanco.

We’ll name our children Jackie and Wilson, raise ’em on rhythm and blues

Irish indie rock artist who is on top from 2013 with the hit “Take Me to Church”. “Jackie And Wilson” is the third song from Hozier’s eponymous debut from 2014. Jackie Wilson is a Rhythm & Blues legend. Hozier has mentioned how much of an influence he was in past interviews, he calls Elvis “the white Jackie Wilson”. Most people think its the other way around.

You don’t know a thing about Annie Ting!

Fresh Indie Rock from Oradea Romania with their first 2 singles. Yes you heard well they are from Romania and they sound so Artic Monkeys.
Their debut album White Elephant it will be release in this autumn and mixed by english producer Adam Whittaker so stay tuned.


Lyrics Annie Ting
You see her face, you don’t know what to say
She’s very hot, like a day in Bombay
Got pretty eyes, Annie Ting is her name
You’ve never met her, oh my god what a shame

Chorus:
You don’t know a thing about Annie Ting!

She’s kind of strange, she’s not easy to read
Compared to her Dostoyevsky’s a kid
It’s such a pity you can’t find what she likes
It would be cool if she’d enjoy the White Stripes

You see her face you don’t know what to say
She’s not quite right like a night in Marseille
Her perfect hair will not give her away
You’ll never touch her, oh my god what a shame

You wish to chat, you want to send her a mail
Don’t got the address, what an epic fail
You spend some days to make a new plan
But what you find is that in fact she’s a man

And the second single Plonk:

Picături pentru al treilea ochi

Eyedrops – Bicicleta Indie pop/rock band from Bucharest.

I can’t feel my face when I’m with you

The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face
Abel Tesfaye (born February 16, 1990), known by his stage name The Weeknd (pronounced “weekend”), is a Canadian singer, songwriter and record producer. “Can’t Feel My Face” is the third single from The Weeknd’s second studio album; it leaked along with “In The Night” and “Acquainted,” (which was leaked as an imcomplete track referred to as “Girls Born in the ‘90s”) on May 25, 2015. The song later premiered live at Apple’s WWDC, in conjunction with the announcement of the Apple Music service.
This song personifies drug addiction, likening it to the love of a woman and has been described as “classic pop” by critics, comparing its sound to that of Michael Jackson.

A force of nature

Sigma ft. Ella Henderson – Glitterball

The drum & bass Sigma (duo) from Leeds UK are back with another incredibly catchy pop record, featuring the X Factor contestant Ella Henderson. “Glitterball” is the fifth single from the  debut album Life (2015) and peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.

The song is about being totally captivated when a special someone walks into the room, and Ella Henderson (fresh out the Simon Cowell machine after her debut album) provides the vocals.

If I can’t get clean I’m gonna drink my life away

On “S.O.B.,” the first single released in advance of their 2015 self-titled album, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats turn away from Rateliff’s modern folk sound and create a throwback soul tune, reminiscent of early Rock and Rollers like Bill Haley, Bobby Day, and Thurston Harris. The song depicts the struggles of alcoholism in a soulful, chaotic way.

“S.O.B.” gained wide national exposure after the band appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

It’s the little things that count

“Two Minds”, is the third single from the second album Between II Worlds of British electronic Nero band. Alana sings about a lover who isn’t holding up his end of the relationship.

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