As Paradise Falls Release ‘Digital Ritual’

Australian metal band As Paradise Falls recently signed with Eclipse Records whom have just released their latest album ‘Digital Ritual’ on July 21 2017 and […]

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The SLVR Tongues – ‘S-Class’

With the potential to be country music’s answer to The Chainsmokers, The SLVR Tongues, from Los Angeles, certainly have a hit on their hands with their new single, ‘S-Class’.

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Sara Ontaneda – ‘Entre Espacios y Colores’

Ecuadorian-American singer songwriter Sara Ontaneda is based in New York City, and her music is a mix of folk and R&B, as well as South American rhythms. Her debut full-length album, ‘Entre Espacios y Colores’ (Between Spaces And Colours) was released on March 20.

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Essential Advent Calendar: Jenn Bostic – ‘Hope Of The World’ and ‘It’s Christmas Time’

It’s the 9th day of Advent, and we have a double header! Jenn Bostic has today released two Christmas singles, ‘Hope Of The World’, and ‘It’s Christmas Time’.

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Heirsound Release ‘Choke’ and ‘Slow Motion’ Ahead of EP ‘Merge’

The hearts of fans of indie favourite, Love, Robot audibly cracked when the band dissolved. Their pain was partially alleviated when they heard that band members Alexa San Román and Dane Petersen were continuing on, in a new project named Heirsound.

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We’re Not At All ‘Bored To Death’ By Steve Aoki’s Remix Of Blink-182s Song

We really like Steve Aoki here at Essentially Pop, we’ve recently covered the tracks from latest EP, ‘4OKI’, as well as his Netflix exclusive documentary, ‘I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead’. As if to prove the point that he never stops working, Steve has now released his own remix of Blink-182s song, ‘Bored To Death’. It’s a really nice version of the song, not taking anything away from the original, but nonetheless given the Aoki treatment.

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Charlyn Releases Debut Single ‘Marylise’

Swiss singer/songwriter Charlyn releases a stunning first single, ‘Marylise’, off her upcoming debut EP.

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Introducing: Red & Black Films

Red & Black Films is run by the multi-award team of Caradog James and John Giwa-Amu, writer/director and producer respectively of ‘The Machine’, which sold out internationally in 2013.

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Mimi LaRue Is More Than Just ‘Product’ With Satirical Look at Life

Described as “what the love-child of Ali G and Lady Gaga would look and sound like”, Mimi LaRue is a satirist whose humorous takes on different genres are similar in style to Weird Al Yankovic – but more controversial.

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Tyto Alba – In The Words Of Steinway

Brandon Wheelock talks between the lines with Tyto Alba’s Melanie Steinway, about life, music, and barn owls.

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Rock Back For Nepal (Volumes 1,2,3)

Rock Back For Nepal is a new three volume compilation, released by U.S. indie record label Patetico Recordings, featuring 60 indie artists from around the world that have come together to contribute their music in an effort to raise funds for victims of the recent earthquake disaster in Nepal.

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Black Thistles – ‘Nobody’s Special’

Black Thistles ask Who Cares and claim that Nobody’s Special – we beg to differ.

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Harris Adams Rings Our Bells

Harris Adams rings our bells.

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Lyonn – We’ll Light Up The Sky

“We’ll Light Up The Sky” is the new EP from songwriting duo Lyonn.

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Gadje Scum – No Laws On A Sunday

Gadje Scum boasts a 3-piece horn section, a guitarist that is more machine than man, and a rapid-fire MC. What more could you want?

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Jess and the Bandits: A Little Bit Country

Essentially Pop went a little bit country last night (and a little bit rock’n’roll) at London’s “The Social”, where we were treated to a music […]

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