Rozzi – “I can’t go to the party”

Does the world need another soul-pop singer? According to Rozzi, an LA-based artist who has opened for Maroon 5 and collaborated with Kendrick Lamar, the answer is an emphatic yes. Championed by KCRW, LA’s premier indie radio station, the songbird’s popularity is rising fast mainly due to her latest release, “I Can’t Go to the Party” from the EP Hymn For Tomorrow. The song is … Continue reading Rozzi – “I can’t go to the party”

Birdy – “Loneliness”

Birdy finally grew up. We know her story: the precocious daughter of a concert pianist and a writer, she won the prestigious music competition Open Mic UK in 2008 at the tender age of 12, after which she released a cover of Bon Iver’s Skinny Love that exploded across Europe. Since then she has released three albums to universal acclaim. Her latest, entitled Young Heart, … Continue reading Birdy – “Loneliness”

Flight Facilities feat. Chanel Tres – “Lights Up”

The summer parties are coming and when it’s time to pick the perfect song, this smooth banger is definitely one to impress the guests. Harking back to 90s Detroit house and West Coast hip-hop, Lights Up is one of those dance tracks that sound retro and modern at the same time. The song is a collaboration between the Australian production duo Flight Facilities and West … Continue reading Flight Facilities feat. Chanel Tres – “Lights Up”

St. Vincent – “The Melting Of The Sun”

Somewhere between her first release in 2007 and now, this Berklee School of Music educated, electric guitar-wielding (she can actually play), avant-guard artist became a bona fide rock star. So how has she applied this newfound fame on her new, seventh album, Daddy’s Home? Inspired by her favourite records of the 70s, she borrows a great deal from that glittering decade sonically, and visually in … Continue reading St. Vincent – “The Melting Of The Sun”