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Listen to Eileen Carey’s Feel-Good “In The Air”

July 22, 2016 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Pop
Proving that love is more inspiring than hate, award-winning country star Eileen Carey has countered recent terrorist attacks, racial violence, and global turmoil with “In the Air,” her feel-good ode to the City of Love,...
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Oriana Curls: ‘Love me Hurt me’ [pop, jazz, world]

November 3, 2015 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Jazz, Pop, World
Effortlessly fusing jazz and pop into a vibrant flow, ‘Love me Hurt me’ is a song about choosing to walk away from love and the heart break of an ill-fated romance by London based French singer and songwriter Oriana...
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SoundCloud Music Reviews: “Don’t Call Her Cinderella” by Katie G [Pop]

May 27, 2015 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, Pop
Nashville’s own young yet powerful country artist, Katie G, released her newest hit, “Don’t Call Her Cinderella” on May 11th of this year. This edgy track with a sweet demeanor is winning over the hearts of...
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Alice Sungurov – “Broke My Heart”

October 25, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Pop
It’s never too young to show off your talent, right? 15-year-old Alice Sungurov certainly thinks so. In her new song “Broke My Heart”, Alice Sungurov delivers a soft pop ballad about young love in the high school years. The...
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Stephanie Kong (Stephthelyricist) tells a story with “Her” [pop/folk]

July 21, 2014 By SoundCloud Music Reviews
in All Music Reviews, folk, Pop
Stephanie Kong’s music is the byproduct of very real issues. She’s suffered problems that damage teenagers and haunt them throughout adulthood. Before diving into an analysis of her music, I would like to give Stephanie some...
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Ariel Morer has a pure voice of hope with “Indestructible” [Pop/Ballad]

July 16, 2014 By 6th Trumpet
in All Music Reviews, Ballad, Pop
Ariel Morer’s Indestructible is very emotional. In her bio she describes how this single is a way to awareness to eating disorders. Many people who have depression or sadness in their lives sometimes use food as an escape. This...
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BOYS – “Summer of Love” A daydream celebration [Alternative Pop Post-punk]

July 8, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Pop, post-punk
Sometimes, a musician’s inspiration comes from the things he’s least familiar with: songs of romance rather than songs of experience. Much like the Swedish have taken over the Balearic beat that should be reserved for...
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Ajax Ray O’Vaque produces music to be enjoyed with “Best Days of Our Lives” [Alternative Pop Rock]

July 8, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Alternative, Pop, Rock
Graduates from the Berkelee School of Music can commonly be found working with pop music. You’d think that these graduates would apply their advanced education into the music they create, but sometimes people just want to...
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Joe Given – Pop Fusion in “Terrifying Love”

July 7, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Electronic, electropop, Pop
Some voices are just meant for pop: constructed and designed to be the vocal point of an easy-listening experience. If you read about Joe Given and his pop influences, you see the likes of Sam Smith, Lana Del Rey, John Legend,...
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Evolution Beat’s “Love Me More” is Natural and Devoted [Reggae/Pop]

June 8, 2014 By hdesantis
in All Music Reviews, Pop, reggae
Modern reggae is most popular when incorporated with punk, ska, or funk. A few pop bands try to fuse the style in, but Baha Men made it such a joke that the mainstream just has to steer away for generations to come. However,...
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