New Zealand pop duo BROODS, made up of siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott, have a brand new honest, danceable album called ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ out on Friday, Feb 1 via Neon Gold Records. The album is laced with their signature dark-pop synth sounds while at the same time sounding like nothing they’ve released before. Coming three years after their sophomore album ‘Conscious,’ ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ is full of powerful, confident songwriting about topics ranging form mental health to trying to navigate through some of life's most uncertain moments. ‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’ dives into all of
Grammy award winning producer Jack Splash has an impressive resume of work, having worked with notable artists such as, Kendrick Lamar, Solange, Alicia Keys,CeeLo Green and more) and has announced a collaboration with emerging singer/songwriter Jon Brown to form Kill The Motherboard. The pair will release their debut album, The Legend Of Picasso Jones, next year via Jack Splash’s own imprint, Fresh Young Minds, and have recently released the first single “We Made It” (ft. Ras & Taj Austin) from the collection. The material from Kill The Motherboard is said to stylistically vary from progressive R&B to
Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has spent much of 2018 touring North America, sharpening up her live shows and showcasing some choice material from her first proper U.S. debut, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, due to be released February 1, 2019 via Cooking Vinyl. The album's title track was released earlier this year, in which Nesbitt explained, “This song is the light at the end of the tunnel where you remind yourself that nothing in life in permanent whether it’s good or bad. It’s almost like a self-help song that hopefully people can listen to in times
Lots of great music to spotlight this week in our Top 5 that's been "On-Repeat". Canadian band, The Beaches have had a great 2018, having won the 2018 Juno Award for Breakthrough Group and been on tour quite extensively to support their debut album, Late Show. While on the road, the band got inspired by a previous trip to Berlin. The result was the track, "Fascination" that was just released this past week. Panda Bear announced that he'll be releasing his sixth studio album, Buoys, February 8, 2019. The producer/DJ satiates fans with a new
Easy to sample and easy to get hooked on, we've got this week's Top 5 tracks that we have On-Repeat. The new one from Marina Diamandis is finally out, as the popular vocalist comes back with another collaboration with Clean Bandit and this time adds Luis Fonsi for the track "Baby". The track is on the upcoming "Deluxe" edition of What is Love? by Clean Bandit that comes out November 30, 2018. King Princess may be currently on tour in Australia but the singer/songwriter from New York is still working material for a debut album. In the
The Lo-fi legend and White Stripes frontman made some major announcements this week including a new album, a new tour and the release of a new song. The record, Lazaretto is set to come out on June 10 of this year. This second solo LP comes two years after the grammy nominated Blunderbuss. About the album, White told Rolling Stone "It's definitely not one sound. It's definitely several. Like you heard in Blunderbuss, there's many different styles there. I don't pick my style and then write a song. I just write whatever comes out of me…" In that same interview he made it clear the his two
That's right, not one but two LPs have been announced for 2015 from Billy Corgan brainchild, The Smashing Pumpkins. Not much info is available yet but we know "Monuments To An Elegy" will be the first released and "Day For Night" the second. According to the Pumpkins' online nexus fans can expect "guitars, guitars, guitars, and more guitars." This should come as no surprise to fans of their eight other studio albums. The usual mix of melancholy lyrics and hard hitting riffs will most likely be the backbone for these new additions to the Pumpkins body of work. Regardless of a revolving
It seems every week I eagerly await for Tuesday to arrive, not because it means Monday is over, but for the new album releases to finally come out! I’m constantly searching to find new albums to fall in love with and new artists to remember. But with so many bands and new albums, it’s hard to narrow it down to a few when you can’t just buy all of them. Especially when a whole load of amazing bands decide to release ablums at the same time. Lately we've seen work from Kings of Leon, Paul McCartney, and so many more.