Here's a new good song: "A Color You Can't Ignore" by Karly Lynn Willis. String-filled, inspirational adult pop, beautifully written and confidently produced with the right amount of instrumental flourishes. Lovely vocals as well. Have a listen, won't you?
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Posted by John at 3:56 PM
Here's a new good song: "Shadowlands" by Laila Biali & The Radiance Project. Energetic, quirky, bright, unusual. Could do without the over-the-top gospel element at the end, but there's lots to appreciate prior to that. Enjoy.
Posted by John at 3:54 PM
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Here's a new good song: "In Dreams" by Marion Raven. It's not that new, but new enough. She was half of M2M, a duo responsible for two new good (and very underrated) songs in 2000: "Mirror Mirror" and "Don't Say You Love Me." This is the only version I could find, but the one in iTunes is better-produced. Enjoy!
Posted by John at 2:53 PM
Here's a new good song: "Could Be Wrong" by Fickle Friends. I feel like I hear a mild sample in here of "Taste My Love" by Cathy Dennis. Anyway, nice little song.
Posted by John at 2:45 PM
Here's a new good song: "One More Life" by Shy for Shore. Reminds me of School for Seven Bells, who had the 50th best new song of 2012, "Faded Heart." It's synthy and '80s and nice. Enjoy.
Posted by John at 2:42 PM
Here's a new good song: "Honestly I Lie" by Struan Shields. He has a sound similar to that of Paradise Fears, who had the second best new song of 2013, "Who You Are." Nice, melodic, melancholy breakup song. At the time of writing this posting, this video has 4 views. A disgrace. Should be 4 million.
Posted by John at 2:38 PM