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...
With a very Beatles-esque vibe, Goodman is here to bring a bit of sunshine and chill to your dreary winter days with his latest single “Hiccup.” Singer/songwriter Michael Goodman delivers us this feel-good track that walks the line between...
Zella Day's "Man on the Moon" will jumpstart your day and transport you to another world with its ethereal nature.
Lee Triffon's latest EP "Different Sun" is provided us with the much-needed chill we need to add back into 2016.
Memoryy's remix of King Deco's "Read My Lips" will transform your week—in a good way. Track review by Audiofemme.
Channel your passionate side with DRUZY's latest single "How You Feel." Track of the week and review by AudioFemme.
Let Ex Reyes' new EP "Do Something" transport you away from the hellish landscape of America, at least temporarily.
An instant pop classic with an old-fashioned twinge, The Hamiltons’ latest single “Take the Hit” is a timeless piece that’ll have you swooning. It’s a unique genre-mashing track in that it’ll transport you from smack dab in the 60s to...
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."
Ben Talmi's lyric video for "Play" is captivating and original--plus the song is catchy as hell. Video review by AudioFemme.
What have we been absolutely positively waiting for? A new track from Capital Cities, obviously. Track review by AudioFemme.
Blinders' new track "Hero" will fill you to the brim with synthy goodness and have you dancing in no time. Review by AudioFemme.
Gunslinger's latest single "All of Your Life" is what you've been waiting for to light up your day. Track review by AudioFemme.
With his minimalist style and entrancing rhythms, Jesse Mac Cormack is putting out music that'll have you grooving in no time. His single "Repeat" from his latest EP After the Glow is a shining example of that.
Infinity Shred's video for "Choir VI" is a 3-D adventure packed with nostalgia, innocence, and a sense of wonderment. Review by AudioFemme.
With their Gorillaz-esque video for "Better Life," Kids of the Apocalypse are changing how you might envision the end of the world.
Beautiful cinematography, chill vibes, and impressive Mardi Gras costumes and makeup are to be found in Ex Reyes' recent video for his single "Bad Timing"—meaning, it's a video worth watching.
NENA, who you may know from her world famous single, "99 Luftballons," has recently come out with a new video for her latest song "Genau Jetzt" ("Right Now").
"Pastels" has an ethereal spirit, from the layered vocals to the wispy notes that seamlessly flow through your ears.
Cool Company is bringing us a bit of smooth jazzy hip-hop to help us cool out during this heat wave in the form of their new single "Slice of Paradise."
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.
Phantogram's latest video for "You Don't Get Me High Anymore" is an empowering blast that'll have you ready to cut that lingering crush out of your life for good, while leaving you deeply unnerved.
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.