Taken from this week’s Future Pop mailer. Click here to subscribe. This week’s future hits playlist features five new songs by solo female artists which should soon be lighting up the charts. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw0LjVTuPux-mQjaJxAfumv6vV9Gfp1kK] Tracklisting: Taylor Swift – Style Tori Kelly – Nobody Love Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand Florence + The Machine – What… Continue reading Future Hits: Girl Power
Taken from this week’s Future Pop mailer. Click here to subscribe. The sad fact of the charts is that not every song can be a superhit, and unfortunately I think these tracks won’t quite cut it. Apart from Angel, they’re all actually quite good, so I hope I’m wrong. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw0LjVTuPux8finLGF2hnGsup0sTOkGdv] Tracklisting: Amelia Lily – Party… Continue reading Future Hits: Future Flops
The 10th Most Poptastic Single of 2012 Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe Part pop star, part frog Released: 30th March Writers: Carly Rae Jepsen, Josh Ramsay, Tavish Crowe Trivia: Call Me Maybe may be considered 2012’s pure pop anthem, but it was actually produced and co-written by the whiney lead singer of one… Continue reading The 25 Most Poptastic Singles of 2012 – Part 4
Earlier this year, I wondered if the concept of the novelty hit was completely dead. It’s been years since a cartoon or puppet had a no.1, charity singles are now sung by choirs of mums or awkward groups of UK urban acts, and there has not (yet!) been an attempt to turn The Inbetweeners into… Continue reading Popping the Question: Does 2012 herald the return of the novelty hit?
Here are my songs of the day from this week, originally posted on Tumblr. Serebro – Mama Lover Sam and the Womp – Bom Bom Cady Groves – Love Actually Rachel Crow – Lemonade Big Time Rush – Windows Down Owl City ft. Carly Rae Jepsen – Good Time The Other Tribe – Skirts