Just this week, British singer-songwriter Timothy McKenzie a.k.a. Labrinth launched his latest single Let It Be online, which will come from his second and still-untitled album.
Another X Factor alumnus shines bright with her latest single Glow. The track, a sexy, mid-tempo ballad with a marching drum rhythm, creeps up on you and quickly takes you in as the first chorus starts.
With a verse chord and rhythmic pattern that’s similar to Demi Lovato’s Heart Attack, Amelia Lily’s newest single California is off to a catchy start.
Maybe it’s the reference to the devastation left by mustard gas that makes this track’s title so apt. Ammonia and Bleach, the newest single from Emily’s Army, explores both sides of a breakup in no uncertain terms.
For someone who’s making a comeback, Hilary Duff instead takes us back to her Hannah Montana days with her newest single, Chasing The Sun.
Pixie Lott comes in strong with her newest single, Lay Me Down, taken from her self-titled album. Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that the power vocals that catapulted her into the spotlight when she was 18 are now richer, rounder, and punchier.
…and I fucking love it!
Canadian singer-songwriter Kiesa Rae Ellestad, aka Kiesza wows us with her powerful vocals in her newest single Giant In My Heart, the follow-up to her hit single Hideaway. And its video features a disgruntled man rushing home from work to dress up as a woman and hit the town with his drag friends.
Is it so bad that as soon as this track started playing, I begun singing Gotye’s Somebody That I Used to Know as a counterpoint to it?
Sydney-based electronic artist Elizabeth Rose partners with The Aston Shuffle to produce this cool and sexy disco track Back & Forth, another of our featured tunes to welcome the summer.
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Now that we’re in the second half of 2014, I’d like to recommend a handful of good music podcasts to bring life to your daily routine, your morning commute, or even your workspace.