Wednesday, 19 July 2017

New Music Review #73

It's time for ten more songs that you need to hear!

Arcade Fire - Creature Comfort

'Creature Comfort' is quite an unusual and eccentric track but somehow the mixture of vocals, paces and styles comes together. (6.5/10)

Axwell /\ Ingrosso - More Than You Know

It might follow plenty of the expected codes for the genre, but the larger-than-life chorus works well and is one of the best club songs around at the moment. (6.5/10)

BETSY - Little White Lies

One of the best artists around at the moment, 'Little White Lies' is a powerful, catchy, radio-friendly track with those vocals something else. (7.5/10)

Bruno Mars vs David Guetta - Versace on The Floor

There are Daft Punk vibes to this new song from Bruno Mars, a slow and sultry number. The lyrics may be a little bland and telling a pretty by-the-numbers story but it's all wrapped up in the strong vocals and rhythms. (7/10)

Calvin Harris feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean - Feel

Calvin Harris comes back with his best song in a long time, thanks to the strong electronic backing and the great guest vocals particularly from Williams and Perry. With a summery feel and a catchy chorus, this is a great summer hit. (7.5/10)

Declan McKenna - Humongous

'Humongous' - a great word - is a subtle and gentle indie track but it has plenty of heart and is a definite grower! Stay alert for the end where it shifts up a gear quite considerably. (6.5/10)

HAIM - Want You Back

'Want You Back' is arguably HAIM's best track yet, a poppy, catchy, well-written ditty with strong crisp production and a catchy rhythm. (7.5/10)

Sundara Karma - Explore

Another act that can usually be relied on to bring out a good tune, 'Explore' is another sunny slice of catchy indie. (7/10)

Texas - Midnight

Though it's not one of their biggest hits, it's got the sound and vibe you like from Texas tracks and it's got a fun bounce to it. (6.5/10)

Tom Speight - My My My

'My My My' is a catchy and optimistic little indie number with plenty of heart and a strong indie feeling. Lovely. (7/10)

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