A week without music!? Dear God.
Yeah, yeah, I know. Unacceptable. Was traveling internash with no internet access.
I’m just as upset about it as you.
Here’s what stood out in the music world over the past 7 days.
Elohim – She Talks Too Much
Dun, dun, dun, dun, dun. That’s the bass — the bass announcing Elohim’s arrival on the scene with a monstrous debut in “She Talks Too Much”. Next-level, dance-ready, indie-pop. This one’s got mass appeal, folks.
Kehlani – Runnin’ (Stwo Remix)
Stwo grabbed Kehlani’s “Runnin'”, locked himself in the lab, and promptly performed some alchemy. Kehlani deserves a lot of the cred for her awesome original, but this remix is gold.
Molly Moore – Natural Disaster (Win & Woo Remix)
Win & Woo take Molly Moore’s “Natural Disaster” and turn it into a down-tempo, slow-burning, house jam. Let it develop, you won’t be disappointed. Free download here.
Woolf and the Wondershow – Cages
The mysterious, eccentric, duo Woolf and the Wondershow follow up their debut with a compelling, edgy piece of pop. Maybe not for everyone, but we’re going to be getting some good stuff out of WATW.
Shannon Saunders – Electric
The British songstress adds another track to her slew of quality pop releases. With a more mature, marketable sound, Saunders seems due for a big spike in popularity.