Browsing the "Pop Music" Category →

It is almost a year after Aurélien Hamm and his musical project Saint DX are back. Aurélien had been noticed with his very sensual “I Still Care” (which we were talking about here, clip to...

Lire la suite →

Finally, here is the new album of Men I Trust entitled “Uncle Jazz”. The wait was long, even if the trio had been thrilling us since the release of their previous LP with some very...

Lire la suite →

I discover the Novegian duo Konradsen with this title “Television Land”. A slap in the face. The first minute in voice-piano is just sublime, all bringing us a version of an end of song in...

Lire la suite →

Melina Mae Duterte aka Jay Som presents the video clip of “Nighttime Drive”, a song from her new album “Anak Ko” released on August 23rd. An LP that I invite you to discover, some tracks...

Lire la suite →

How about a good dose of dream pop? This is good because that’s exactly what Daniel Elliott and Ben Marshall propose with their project Tokyo Tea Room. These Canterbury musicians, accompanied by 4 other musicians...

Lire la suite →

In the category “5-star collaboration”, I ask for… Jacques & Agoria. Totally unexpected and yet so natural, the musical unpredictability of the former can only be combined perfectly with the science of techno of the...

Lire la suite →

Released last February (I was talking about it here), the latest EP from Petit Prince entitled “Je vous embrasse” is one of the little known nuggets of this year. Haven’t you heard it yet? Take...

Lire la suite →

A discovery from Los Angeles with the duo Nick Rattigan and Jacob Rubeck who officiate under the name of Surf Curse. Their very indie pop “Disco”, whose clip I propose to you, will remind some...

Lire la suite →

Almost two years after his last album’Rocket’ unveiled in 2017, Alex Giannascoli aka (Sandy) Alex G unveils’Gretel’. The opportunity to announce the release of his next LP “House Of Sugar” which we will discover on...

Lire la suite →

A new signature on the Kitsune label side with the Australian Tim Ayre and its title “Laxx”. A song whose first notes are reminiscent of Tame Impala. An echo that can be found on the...

Lire la suite →
Loading...