Betty Who’s latest single “Human Touch” is the pop dream we’ve been waiting to have. It’s bubbly and upbeat, danceworthy and synthy—pretty much, it’s everything we’ve come to expect from Betty Who at this point. The Australian songstress’ voice is...
Channel your passionate side with DRUZY's latest single "How You Feel." Track of the week and review by AudioFemme.
Sitting down and chatting with Joe Montone of Heat Thunder quickly reveals how deeply ingrained passion is within his music.
Singer/songwriter Joe Montone, under the moniker Heat Thunder, is serving up tasty folk tracks, the latest of which comes in the form of "Wind Whips the Veil."
What have we been absolutely positively waiting for? A new track from Capital Cities, obviously. Track review by AudioFemme.
Feel like taking a musical voyage? Zula has got you covered with their psych pop jam “Basketball.” While figuring out exactly what their genre is (experimental? psych pop? synthpop?) might not be entirely possible, it’s fun to get lost...
"Hyper Dark" is a slower piece that feels like it's working toward something huge from the get-go.
Chasing Lovely have released a live version of their track "Always and Never Enough," and it's definitely enough to pull on your heartstrings and make you feel some pretty serious emotions.
English duo Slow Club are back with a new folksy single, and it's exactly the sort of song you needed to improve your week.
You know what the world has been seriously lacking? New music from Savoir Adore. Well luckily, the dry spell seems to be broken with the latest release of their new single, "Giants."