Along with her husband Ian Devaney and Michael Sui-Poi, Aidan Noell is one third of the Brooklyn synth-pop Band To Watch Nation Of Language. They released their great debut album Introduction, Presence earlier this year. And today, for Bandcamp Friday, Noell has shared her first-ever solo songwriting effort, “Prepositional Phrase.” Noell is NOL’s resident keyboard wizard, so fans of that band will find a lot to like in the earwormy synth lines here. Listen below; any proceeds from the track will go to support G.L.I.T.S. (Gays & Lesbians Living In A Transgender Society).
D’Lemor chose Shine as her first song to be released based on a poem that she wrote when she was young, deeply believing in her heart making a difference in the lives of millions of people who are struggling for so many reasons. As a child, she always knew one thing; that her music and […]
Florida-based Puerto Rican urban singer and songwriter FG Figueroa has released one of the hottest and soulful urban tracks in the history of urban culture called “Odio.” The track is an absolutely gorgeous mixture of r&b, Latin-pop, pop rap, and reggaeton. The artist shows his multidimensional talent and keeps the bar high with perfect vocals, […]
Foo Fighters debuted the lead single from their new album on last night’s Dave-Chappelle-hosted Saturday Night Live. Dave Grohl has been saying the band tried to make a fun, danceable record a la David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, and “Shame Shame” — which is also out now for purchase and streaming — mostly lines up with […]