Highlighting the need for better mental health care, heart-stopping songstress Erin Bloomer releases a fun and intelligent new number. Since she could talk, Erin Bloomer has been working on her singing voice and now she's a young adult with a strong independent music career, and over 2 million Spotify streams. People say that you only have to listen to Erin Bloomer for a moment to realise how talented she is and how much potential this young and brilliant star has already.
A tone that sounds like Boards of Canada opens with spirals of muffled keys. Drums add a sultry rhythm to the flow as Erin Bloomer adds an R and B style melody with her voice. The verse spans across a few bars until a drum lift and new harmonic layers bring out the energy of the chorus. Sing-a-long words that guide women to the right kind of man, one that goes to therapy. I've been to therapy a few times and if you get a good one it can be really enlightening. Your feelings matter and so do other people's. Work with that. The music launches itself with classy beats and colourful sounds that explode with emotional and clear vibes.
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From Numberella Charity Album 2022
Doing her bit for the human family and her fans with one talented manoeuvre, the iconic Miss Elm brings one more parley into her marvellous music. Every year Numberella release a charity album. This time they've selected It's Humanity. They work to provide free education and resources to vulnerable parts of Bangladesh. Miss Elm is one of the artists selected to have their work highlighted on this annual treasure and she's a superb fit. Let's see if we can get the Love Inside with this new number.
A strummed melody reveals a buoyant throb on choppy waters. Miss Elm begins to sing, her voice sounds so pretty against the ukulele sound as the lyrics spin a tale we can enjoy. Colourful vibes sprinkle glittery fabric across the framework of the song and rhythm pushes out to greet the flow. Bass and synthesisers add layers of harmony and pulse as the lyrics continue with effortless acrobatics through folk inspired melodies.
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Blissful glitchy electronic ambrosia gets another A-list entry with the latest single from Austin's Panjoma. The music is described as a “gateway drug” by Amplify Music and involves the skilful attributes of Patrik Nilsson with technology and the synonymous vocals of Mary Panjoma. Utilising a host of live and studio talent to bring their productions to vivid life, the group have quickly established a platform across multiple genres of media. Having scored the soundtrack to the indie horror film 'Psympatico', enjoyed licensing of their music in various documentaries and ads, and featured in the soundtrack for a video-game trailer, the new material is definitely worth paying attention to.
Shimmering snare and bass with a topping of cymbals breaks out with a burst of sunny synthesiser that releases showers of fragrant colour with sonic ingenuity. The tones begin to dissemble with various angular breaks and echo forms looping oddity and layered perspectives. The synthesiser cuts to reveal the bejewelled percussion just for a moment until it folds back in with the addition of subtle bells. Layers of new sound gradually rise to the surface as the melodious hypnagogia meanders through cheerful intrigue.
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Beauty In Chaos
Featuring Tish Ciravolo
Always bringing something fresh and inventive to their sound, the shifting sands of membership with Beauty In Chaos means fans are always treated to new directions. Of course, the ultimate ethic of the ground remains the same, great music with a range of influences such as The Cure, Echobelly, Blushing, Cocteau Twins, and Kiss Of The World bring a host of feelings and styles to their releases. This single is a taster from the star-studded upcoming album and has been produced, mixed, and recorded by Grammy nominee Michael Rozon.
Bass and drums launch the music into a moody swagger as the flow rises through string synths and a persistent groove. An atmosphere of strange and alluring reaches in as the lyrics reveal reverb and feminine energy. A delivery similar to Ladytron gives an electronic edge to the folk influenced melody that moves like serpentine spectres. Sudden pulses with the rhythm leave huge spaces for the words to dance and illuminate with their timbre and meaning. A tapestry of instruments weaves tuneful ambience between the sturdy tempo that surges forward.
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Lost Without Cause
I Don't Know Why
South East England
This trio of rockers from Britain are no strangers to global attention. They've been a feature on the YouTube homepage and enjoyed airtime on MTV2. Since performing at some of London's classiest establishments, the band are reaching out to the international scene with their latest single. I Don't Know Why is already enjoying some serious radio play around the globe, it's clearly about time we gave it a spin.
A huge guitar riff smashes through the wall of sound with complete domination. The music cuts to rhythmic bursts as the lyrics begin to raise the knots. A punky attitude with a youthful fresh energy launches the music into a dancing rock n roll surge through angsty feelings and carefree sensibilities. The musicianship shines through as new progressions and melodies continually reel through the structure and form a fizzy and upbeat atmosphere.
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Dublin based electronic music composer Circuit3 has joined the Manchester based Analogue Trash label to release his next album. Known for the artful and designer sounds that only electronic music can deliver, it's always a pleasure to take a glimpse at the cutting edge of the genre. This flagship single headlines the future release with an anticipation building triple including the A side and video with a remix from Ricardo Autobahn. The pressing also contains the non-album Kosmos 954 which is an instrumental nod towards Soviet space exploration.
Laser zaps and shrill synths open as rhythm builds until bass throbs in the foreground. Melodic vocals add a layer of dramatic story, theatrical science-fiction frames the direction as musical cleverness reinvents the wheel with every passing bar. Extra sound effects and interludes maintain a fresh and novel attitude as the verse and chorus patter provides something for the DJ. Voice choices and rhythmic breaks work in unison with imaginative lyrics that take us on a space-age journey into the future.
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