new music: round-up
The weather is too hot but we're raising the temperature with our latest selection of incredible new music. Today we bring you an eclectic mix of songs that you really need to hear!
Madison Deaver "That's What She Said"
A retro sounding verse mixed with a pop-punk chorus makes That's What She Said an essential listen.
Taken from her latest EP Tongue Tied, which is made up of five sassy tracks, some of which feature Adrian Young (No Doubt) on drums and Adam Slack (The Struts) on guitar.
Our rating: 8.8/10
Kerry Feeney "Audacious"
A massive stomping track with a vicious bass and raunchy guitar form the base for Kerry Feeney's massive track Audacious. It's a whole lot of pop, with an R'n'B twist, a dash of metal guitar and a sprinkling of jazzy vocals.
A proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, Kerry hopes that ‘Audacious’ becomes a queer pop anthem for the summer of 2021 and beyond.
Our rating: 8.9/10
Katie Wood "Enemies To Lovers"
Goth-pop artist Katie Wood releases her fourth single, Enemies To Lovers - and it's her best yet!
Inspired by the enemies-become-lovers story that was Buffy and Spike in the classic Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the music has that retro-synth sound that was prevalent at the time, topped with Katie's distinctive vocal style, creating a cracking record that's already become a firm favourite here.
Our rating: 9.5/10
Losers "Fool Anyone"
Berlin-based electro-rockers Losers are not the type to rush things! Their new single Fool Anyone began its creation back in the 2010s until being rediscovered by the band last year.
To me, Fool Anyone has more than an air of classic New Order, with an insanely catchy chorus. It's our track of the week, and we've rated it a whopping 9.6/10