A few days ago we introduced you to Cinnamon Girl–an emerging pop artist based in the UK. We’ve been full-on head spinning around, pea-soup vomiting possessed by her song “Devil in Me” and needed to know everything there was to know about its creator. Thankfully, she obliged us and agreed to an interview. FYI: She’s from Europe and we’re not changing her spelling. We’re convinced you’ll live. Bonus: scroll down for the Robots with Rayguns remix of “Devil in Me”! Rhyme et Reason: If your music were a color, which would it be? Cinnamon Girl: It’s impossible to just pick … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Cinnamon Girl + “Devil in Me” Remix!
“Devil in Me,” the latest single from UK-based (Denmark-raised) Cinnamon Girl, is very, very tempting. It’s an 80s pop dream of a song with loads of synth and chorus that’s catchy as hell. (Pun intended). I read that Cinnamon Girl writes and produces her own stuff, which is always nice to hear. I realize we often don’t like to know people with model good looks are multi-talented… Check out the heavily color-blocked video: Oh and it’s available to download for free! I can’t wait to hear more. Continue reading Have a Taste of Cinnamon Girl!
London-based group VISITOR is set to release their EP COMING HOME // RNB on 10 September. Their sound is definitely dystopia-inspired electro-pop which is, of course, right on trend (think The Sound of Arrows–whom they’ve remixed–for the sake of immediate comparison) but their lyrics (and the delivery thereof) have a certain theatricality with obvious echoes of 90s R&B, not unlike like fellow countrymen Hurts and Muse, or the French singer Alizée. The EP will feature the two title tracks (“Coming Home” and “RNB”) as well as a number of remixes. We couldn’t be more excited. Get ready for a whole mess of … Continue reading New Music from VISITOR
Still Obsessing: “Wildest Moments”–Jessie Ware Continue reading
Jessie Ware’s “Wildest Moments” is my favorite song for Summer 2012. Recently she did a Best Fit Session and played it live. Swoon. Continue reading Still Obsessing: “Wildest Moments”–Jessie Ware
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