The Infamous HER Wants To ‘Make You Mine’ With New Indie Rock Track
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Lisa Hafey
3M ago
‘Make You Mine’, the new single from The Infamous HER, is a delicious, mesmerizing, thoroughly rocking track that harks to the British Invasion while at the very same time sounding authentically modern. With previous releases, The Infamous HER has called on inspirations of glam rock and new wave, along with hints of punk, heavy metal, modern pop.  Everything they’ve done, they’ve done with style, and it’s this that’s won them a reputation as one of the wildest bands in the New York City underground. Every note and every beat counts from these musicians. Singer and songwriter of The Infamo ..read more
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Molly Burman Releases EP ‘Worlds Within Worlds’
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Declan Hafey
8M ago
Last week, British-Irish singer/songwriter Molly Burman released her second EP, the brilliant six-track release, titled ‘Worlds Within Worlds’. Following up her 2021 debut release of ‘Fool Me With Flattery’, the new release has already received widespread critical acclaim for its high production quality and lyrical content, where Burman explores conversational topics such as sexuality, identity and emotions. Burman debuted in 2018 with ‘Happy Things’ at age 17, but took a hiatus shortly after, not releasing another song until 2021. Despite the break from releases, Burman hadn’t fully taken the ..read more
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The Redroom Announce New Single ‘Coffee’
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Declan Hafey
8M ago
Last week, English indie pop group The Redroom announced details pertaining to the release of their latest single, ‘Coffee (What It’s Like To Fall In Love)’. Coming out on the first of September, the Northwestern independent’s latest song is a feel-good summer anthem that appeals to all different kinds of ears, and is definitely worth checking out at least once, whether you’re an experienced indie pop fan or not. Formed in 2019 in Manchester and debuting shortly after, The Redroom carved out their own niche in the indie pop scene by mixing older pop sounds with the new. The eclectic Manchester ..read more
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Alt-Rock Artist Jack Hyphen Returns With Single ‘Lifetime’
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Declan Hafey
8M ago
Today, Jack Hyphen released his latest single ‘Lifetime’. A former member of now-defunct Herefordshire indie band Point Zero, Hyphen fuses together alt-rock and indie-pop in his own way, creating a sound that is distinctly his own – a sound he continues to demonstrate here on his latest track, ‘Lifetime’ – two and a half minutes of mostly alt-rock sound, excellently executed by Hyphen. Born in the Midlands and currently based in Manchester, Jack Hyphen has been around for the last couple of years, making music for his most dedicated fans from all over England to enjoy. Like the majority of mus ..read more
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It’s Getting Hot In Here: Scoville Unit Release Latest Indie Pop Track, ‘Reasons’
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Lisa Hafey
8M ago
A Scoville Unit is best known as the heat measurement in chilli peppers. The higher the number, the spicier the chilli is. It’s also the name of a New Jersey quartet who make banging pop music that’s off the scale. The new single from Scoville Unit, ‘Reasons’, is the first track from their new album, ‘See What Can Be’. The group is characterised by its smart, energetic compositions, that bring with them irresistible hooks and tight vocal harmonies. A hark back to the 80s heyday of punk rock, of the sort that found its home on college radio – exciting, different, and memorable. Comprising Drew ..read more
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Brie Stoner Drops Indie-Pop Banger And Video, ‘Loved Me Like A Weapon’
Essentially Pop » indie pop
by Lisa Hafey
8M ago
Brie Stoner was born in the USA but raised in Madrid, Spain, and this has had a strong influence on her music, which takes into account the different languages, cultures, and style of both countries. Her new single and video, ‘Loved Me Like A Weapon’, is certainly no exception to this. With multi-layered harmonies giving her vocals a choir-like vibe, and a languid, laid back, breathy style to her sound, plus an overall “fuzziness” to the instrumental track itself, ‘Loved Me Like A Weapon’ has a feel of a hot, bleached out summer’s day. The music video adds to this feeling as well, and while St ..read more
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