Today Kesha drops her new song ‘Raising Hell’ ft. Big Freedia, further cementing the legacy of a modern pop icon who has always used her rebellious spirit, irreverent sense of humor, quick-witted songwriting and undeniable heart to reinvent herself and bring joy to her fans. It’s the first taste of what’s to come off her upcoming album ‘High Road’, which will be released January 10 on Kemosabe/RCA Records, available now for pre-order.
Most of us love a trip down memory lane when it comes to listening to music, but it’s also exciting to discover new bands and tracks. If you’re always on the lookout for up and coming names or you’re keen to make sure that you’re the first in your friendship group to share news of the next big thing, here are some steps to keep your finger on the pulse.
Divergence is the newly released, energetic, funk-based single by U.K. Electro Funk Project, Synthonic. Composer, pianist, and Tuba player Kieron Garrett is the master-mind behind this eclectic, effervescent and compelling project. Garrett writes, records, and produces the project and will be releasing equally sophisticated tracks in the near future.
As recording sensation, actress, producer, and woman of many creative facets releases her new single ‘Lame Excuses’ (now available worldwide), I simply couldn’t resist sharing some intimate questions and answers regarding the reasons for her song. I also wanted to find out why her strong reemergence into the music industry was so important to her, and why she left in the first place.
Out on September 9, the new album from Tim Muddiman & The Strange, ‘Paradise Runs Deeper’, is an album with something for everyone. Twelve tracks long, including his previous releases, ‘Wildwood Stone’, ‘Rolling Stones’, ‘Your Drugs’, and most recent track, ‘Glass Queen’, it’s rock and pop and everything in between, with Tim’s signature guitar style underpinning the entire album.
You might wonder why we do so much about Jedward. Well, truth is, we like them. Nay, we love them! The Dublin duo have worked very hard to get where they are, and we at Essentially Pop admire that. So, when we heard they had written all the songs on their forthcoming new album, we decided we should get behind them all the way.