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Hang up - Ella Eyre's 'Answerphone' is a smash hit.

Teaming up with DJs ‘Banx & Ranx’ the song opens with a stripped back version of the infectious chorus – listeners can grasp Ella’s beautiful vocals, which leads up to a small indication of her singing talents throughout. 198 fler ord


Single Review: Sigrid - Raw

Sigrid just wants to be ‘Raw’ on new single
2018 was off to a big start for Norwegian pop star Sigrid. Next to being chosen as most promising artist for 2018 on A Bit of Pop Music… 209 fler ord


Single Review: Kygo & Miguel - Remind Me To Forget

Kygo repeats his tricks on new single with Miguel
Kygo had his big break back in 2014 when his single ‘Firestone’ became a huge hit. The tropical house sound of the Norwegian producer set a trend in the whole pop scene and it did not take him long to be able to work with some big stars. 208 fler ord

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Single Review: Louisa Johnson - Yes (feat. 2 Chainz)

Louisa’s new single ‘Yes’ is an ode to the early noughties
Louisa Johnson’s future looked bright when she won X Factor UK and her first single after the competition, … 250 fler ord


Single Review: Ilse DeLange - OK

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Ilse DeLange is solo again with new single ‘OK’
Ilse DeLange had been a big star in the Netherlands for over 15 years already with her brand of catchy country pop when she decided to go to the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2014. 522 fler ord


Years & Years sanctified; a BDSM bop to watch.

Released almost 2 weeks ago, Years and Years new single ‘Sanctify’ taken from their upcoming second album, mixes a simplistic beat with vocal flows previously unheard by the group. 168 fler ord


SINGLE REVIEW: Shine by Through Infinity

Through Infinity are a Croatian new age instrumental progressive rock band, with a multinational personnel. The band was founded in 2017 by Josip Pesut (guitars & electronics), with Tomo Bacurin (keyboards and producer) and Tomislav Lackovic (bass) forming the core of the group. 299 fler ord

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