Tag Archives: pop

Strange Relations kick off new LP with “Say You” 

It’s no secret that I have a soft spot for post-punk, the way the atmospheric haze can settle in across these bright while slightly fuzzed guitar lines just taps into something inside of me. Continue reading Strange Relations kick off new LP with “Say You” 

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Club Night is going to be your new favorite with “Rally”

Coming through a whirlwind of pop-fueled chaos, Oakland’s Club Night is releasing their debut EP next month and it’s already beginning to seem like a new favorite. The first single, “Rally”, is a wonderful construct of hook melody and scoping noise, primarily through the use of distortion and feedback. Continue reading Club Night is going to be your new favorite with “Rally”

Childhood see through our walls with “Cameo”

 

Continually taking notes from soul music of the 1970’s, Childhood returns with a new single to keep a familiar sound fresh and original. We can hear the records they spin at home, no doubt scratched and smudged from exaggerated use, when “Cameo” opens with its soulful rhythm and funk-style bass through a dream pop backing, creating these blinding shards of synth. Continue reading Childhood see through our walls with “Cameo”