New Zealand pop star Lorde takes risks on hard hitting sophomore album Melodrama. Continue reading
In two weeks from now Lorde’s sophomore album Melodrama will drop and she now gives us second single ‘Perfect Places’. Continue reading
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Lorde is finally back! The New Zealand pop star released her brand new single ‘Green Light’ Continue reading
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2015 has been a great year for popular music! We saw a lot of amazing artists come back and new talents making their way to the top. It’s that time of the year again where we decide what were the best pop moments in 2015. This is A Bit of Pop Music’s Top 50 of Best Singles of the Year where we go from The Weeknd to Jess Glynne and Adele to Justin Bieber! Continue reading
2015 has been a great year for popular music! We saw a lot of amazing artists come back and new talents making their way to the top. It’s that time of the year again where we decide what were the … Continue reading
Disclosure brings enjoyable, but risk free second album
DJ duo Disclosure had their big break in 2012 when their remix of Jessie Ware’s ‘Runnin” caught a lot of buzz online. They followed this up with single ‘Latch’, a collaboration with Sam Smith, and from that moment on there was no turning back. ‘White Noise’ with AlunaGeorge and ‘You & Me’ featuring Eliza Doolittle became even bigger hits and their debut album Settle, released in 2013, became a worldwide hit. It’s always hard to follow up such a huge success, but with the release of their sophomore record, Caracal, they prove their popularity did not decline as it entered the UK album charts at the first spot. But is it a success in terms of artistic progression as well?
London-based artist Alex Maxwell is one to watch. The 21-years-old pop singer and songwriter was the first British artist to sign with the Disney Music Group, via Hollywood Records UK. She just released her first big single called ‘Drive’ and it is produced by The Flight, who previously worked with Lana Del Rey and the Swedish-Australian twins of Say Lou Lou. The result is a pop track that is stylistically quite similar to the work of Lana Del Rey and Lorde, which is of course never a bad thing.