Wednesday, 4 October 2017

New Music Review #93

How about another ten songs you must hear?

The Cadillac Three - American Slang

We love a good upbeat country song and in 'American Slang' The Cadillac Three have nailed a foot-tapping perky number that will bring a smile to your stetson. (7/10)

Ella Eyre feat. Ty Dolla $ign- Ego

Poppier than her previous material this is a catchy radio-friendly number that will hook you in with its happy chorus. (7/10)

Halsey - Bad At Love

With a punky, pacey delivery this is a fun pop number with bite in its more ballsy chorus. (6.5/10)

Hurts - Ready to Go

Hurts are one of those bands that can usually be relied upon to bring you some great tracks and the poppy 'Ready to Go' with a quickly catchy chorus is no slouch. Great! (7/10)

Jamie Lawson - Can't See Straight

It might be familiar territory for fans of Jamie Lawson but when the music is as sweet and catchy as this it's hard not to be won over. And any song that includes the word 'discombobulation' is a winner with me. (7.5/10)

Jazz Morley - Safe Place

'Safe Place' is a beautifully written and sung number that brings a musical tear to your eye thanks to its evocative atmosphere. (7/10)

The Maine - Taxi

'Taxi' is a strongly written indie-rock number with a very singable central chorus. (7/10)

Martine McCutcheon - Any Sign of Life

Even better than her previous comeback single, this is a ballsy, powerful pop song with an incredible catchiness. Brilliant. (7.5/10)

Sheryl Crow - Alone In The Dark

With hints of Alanis Morrisette, this is a perky and punchy pop-country number with a killer chorus. Fun! (7/10)

Tom Walker - Heartland

With an anthemic sound and a strong voice this is a rousing number from a strong singer songwriter! (7/10)

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