These amazing guys from Los Angeles who continue to blow fresh air with their music, are back! Tv Girl are here with a new album entitled French Exit. Tropical encounters inside a funky hip hop vibration and disarming psych pop elevated melodies make up the sunny highlight Birds Dont Sing. A glimpse to this song and you’ll suck French Exit ‘till the last drop!
French Exit LP can be purchased over here.
San Francisco based singer/songwriter Katie Day delivers a more than fine cover on The Zombies all time classic Time Of The Season. Her spin grows an unexpected soulful ambiance before it breaks down into a freak piano jazz interlude that could cause some serious damage! Her voice unveils a charisma taken from the hidden vault of the ’60s carefully placed in a galloping percussion with an insight for sparkling minimalism! A girl worth listening to….
Burn To The Ground EP is out now and can be purchased here.
French boy/girl duo Singtank couldn’t choose a better time to drop their sublime new single Can You Hear Me. Josephine and Alexandre managed to craft an infectious dream syndicate of stylish reggae synths and sunny playful guitar chords while they maintain a classic pop attitude that could conquer the stadiums! Sweet, sun drenched addictive pop to embrace your happier inner self!
It’s almost surreal the way this Melbourne based band tides together their rich, ambitious tunes! Second Hand Heart is the kind of band that should be set up as an example! Imaginary orchestration, sharpened guitars, haunting atmosphere, song structures to make you feel emotionally shivering, earthly production, female vocals that makes the ground shaking! Just like the perfect by all means Hold On, a sunny dream pop melancholy that raises the heat with its edging guitars and fiercely nostalgic ’70s stadium pop vibes! Hold On could (and should) be attached to every memorable moment that you’re about to experience this coming summer! Superb!
Second Hand Hearts debut cd is available for purchase over here.
St Tropez is a 5 piece band from Oakland, CA that happily surprised me with their debut song In Pictures. A bittersweet affair of old fashioned indie pop with sun drenched electronics cuddling their warm diy philosophy, In Pictures balances with ultimate success between ’60s sunny laid back vibes and late ’90s guitar pop sensation and brings out this happy/sad feeling that simply feels irresistible!