Idiosyncratic Transmissions

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Tag Archives: Pop

Lily McQueen – Chasing Your Love – Video

If you live long enough you see the music styles of you formative years reappear. This is dead up late 80’s pop down to the synth, but that isn’t a bad thing at all. “Chasing Your Love” from Lily McQueen from her forthcoming album Electric Love due out at the end of June.

Music Miscellany for 04/20/2017 Part II

The Birthday Letters kick off this edition with a indie folk rock sound on “The Real Thing.” Up next is Gardener’s Bell with “Overlake” that mixes indie folk vocals with indie rock instrumentals. Naomi Wachira brings folk with African fused instruments and rhythms on her new single “Beautifully Human.” Wrapping up this edition is the Post Punk Rock of ultraviolence on “Shadows of the Thief.”

Music Miscellany for 4/20/2017 Part I

Little Person brings the laid back indie pop on their single “Solemn Is the Only Word” from their I Feel Fine EP. Monograms pumps things up with the psychedelic fueled rock on “OK Promises.” Wooing’s “In Colour” meets at the intersection of dream pop and grungy, garage rock. Wrapping up this edition is the rock sound of Blonder with “In and Out.”

Music Miscellany for 04/13/2017 Part II

Back with more music to get you through the afternoon. First up is the retro tinged rock of Turquoise Noise on “Wasting All My Time.” Next up some piano based pop from Sweet Spirit on “The Mighty.” Will Joseph Cook from the UK brings some folk pop(or pop folk) on “Biggest Fan.” His new album is out tomorrow. Wrapping up Part II is the rock sounds of Wooter on “Turning Point.”

Music Miscellany for 04/13/2017 Part I

I’ve been stockpiling music for far too long. Kicking off this edition is Pekoe Cat with the psychedelic tinged “Superstore.” Up next is the alternative rock of Strange Her with “Middle Man.” Slowing things down a bit we have LAOISE with some down tempo electro-pop on “Halfway.” Wrapping up this edition of the Miscellany is Vandana with some electro tinged alternative pop on “Nearly.”