Watch A Horror-Inspired Clip From The Weeknd, “In Your Eyes”
Synths and Pop music sound like a match made in heaven! Don’t miss the chance to watch this horror-inspired clip, and sing out loud to The Weeknd’s new single, “In Your Eyes”.
Synths and Pop music sound like a match made in heaven! Don’t miss the chance to watch this horror-inspired clip, and sing out loud to The Weeknd‘s new single, “In Your Eyes”. Clearly, he gives us Michael Jackson vibes, and you’ll love it. This time, visuals are kinda scary and dark, while proving his 80s aesthetics are timeless. Based on the lyrics, it’s another awesome love song, where he expresses feelings of regret. Best of all, The Weekend’s 2020 album, ‘After Hours’ is topping the charts worldwide. With this in mind, I can smell more hits on the horizon.
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MELØ Is Thriving In His Breakout Year As An Artist, Listen To His Debut EP
After the incredible response to MELØ’s lead-single “Mysteria” released in advance of his debut EP last year, and the massive buzz surrounding his music that has continued to grow rapidly each & every day ever since – it’s only ever been a matter of time before the Retro-Futuristic solo artist’s fantasy-driven sound found its way around the entire globe.
With the official spring release of his first record in May of 2022, the ‘Things We Lost’ EP has been accomplishing exactly that & more, propelling his music right from the heart of Canada onto the worldwide stage internationally, and straight up to the top of the charts. Over the course of four extraordinarily expressive & wildly addictive tracks that reveal how significantly unique MELØ’s music genuinely is, ‘Things We Lost’ proves that his special mix of synthetically evocative melodies is truly unlike any other.
From the sparkling shiny allure of each song to the powerful depths exposed upon repeat listens, to the naturally single-worthy vibes MELØ is capable of creating within his digitally vibrant soundtrack after track – ‘Things We Lost’ is an unforgettable experience designed to hit different and is guaranteed to set him entirely apart from the rest of the scene for all the right reasons.
As stylistically sexy as it is intentionally thought-provoking, MELØ’s new EP is a cutting-edge combination of where the past meets the present, illuminating his own pathway forward for the future to follow as a premier artist in the modern-day music scene. From the silky smooth sound of his vocals to the radiant shimmer of the glowing neon hooks in the crossover vibe in his songs, ‘Things We Lost’ is all about letting go of what once was, in a sincere effort to recognize & realize the full potential of what could & will be.
An exploratory odyssey in sound where substance meets style joins MELØ in the most groundbreaking year of his career to date and thrills the hearts & minds of listeners all around the world.
Officially out & available on every major music platform online now, and including his smashing hit single “Mysteria” – ‘Things We Lost’ is the one record that no playlist could be considered to be complete without this year. In the ether where destiny meets opportunity, MELØ is surging to the top in 2022 & he couldn’t be more humbled to share this sensational moment in time with each & every one of you tuning in to sing along.
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Melotika Shares Powerful Message In Her New Electro-Pop Anthem, “#1”
Without a doubt, the future depends on what you do today. Canadian singer-songwriter Melotika encourages fans to live joyfully in the present with their loved ones.
Just let go of the anxiety and be ready to sing at the top of your lungs her new Electro-Pop anthem, “#1.”
Lyrics seem to speak of working on confidence. That is to say, healthy relationships will grow and flow easily. Such a powerful message can be summarised in one simple phrase: do not dwell on tomorrow’s worries.
The charm that characterizes this remarkable release is the unlimited energy and fervor she’s able to demonstrate at singing.
“We are often so anxious and try hard to impress our significant other, or even friends and family. We forget to just keep it real, slow down, and enjoy the present.” — Melotika
As a matter of fact, the previous single, “Digital Dreams,” was supported by local and international media from the likes of Montreal Guardian, Global News, Electro Wow, and Canadian Beats. Not to mention, it’s still played over the airwaves.
Are you eager to hear more radio-friendly tunes?… Well, the good news is that Melotika will perform on June 28th at the live music venue, El Mocambo in Toronto.
Definitely, she has more stories under the sleeve turned into catchy melodies for your entertainment. Watch this space.
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The Most Awesome Vintage Synths And Trumpet Riffs, “Summer Herz”
You don’t need a degree in Music Theory to appreciate the marriage of vintage synths, trumpet riffs, and jazzy piano keys on “Summer Herz.” The newest single from Steven Jones & Logan Sky might be fascinating to you.
If you thought that all songs that make you think about summer revolve around happy vibes, this is not the case. Indeed, there’s also the other side of the coin.
Sinking into melancholy, the well-written lyrics will relive old wounds and memories, making it clear those sunny days weren’t enough to heal the pain, especially when a friendship is over.
On the other hand, losing a friend is never easy. Thereby, “Summer Herz” is precisely relatable to comfort you in many ways.
Flaunting a grandiose vocal presence alongside dark and mysterious melodies, the European duo takes you back to the first time you heard legends such as Soft Cell and Depeche Mode, capturing the nostalgic hearts with ease.
Taking inspiration from traveling, the visuals give Steven Jones & Logan Sky a chance to express maximum creativity in the midst of nature. No doubt, these artists keep transcending thanks to their authentic vision too.
Above all, you can have a listen to the new EP ‘Summer Herz’ via Bandcamp for more vintage synths, lyrical metaphors, and references with deep meaning.
Without further ado, stay tuned below.