“Pop” (Used 328 times)
cheyenne_h on 05/24/2018 at 01:09PM
On a recent episode of WFMU's Sophisticated Boom Boom, Hollie Cook brought her distinctive style of 'tropical pop' to the airwaves! Hollie Cook was part of the last lineup of The Slits, a legendary all-female punk/reggae group from the UK. With heavy dub-reggae influences and strong melodic vocals that accent the music rather than dominate it, this is a live session that you don't want to miss! Listen below.
patroux on 05/05/2018 at 12:33PM
French composer with more than 7 millions listening and 700 000 downloads of his compositions PATROUX is influenced from great artists as Jean-Michel JARRE, VANGELIS, YANNI, TANGERINE DREAM , KITARO, Klaus SCHULZE, Steve ROACH etc...The huge technical progress in computer world associed with many new sophisticated softwares to create music and simulate great sounds (Virtual instruments) allow him to compose many different ambiences that anyone could classifiy as New Age, Ambient, Cosmic Music, Relaxation, Folk Rock, Electronica etc. You can listen, share or download his 25 Free albums published here : https://www.jamendo.com/artist/340092/patroux/albums
https://www.jamendo.com/artist/340092/patroux/albums (around 400 titles) or watch more than 450 videos made already with his music here : http://www.youtube.com/user/PATROUXAMBIENTMUSIC
hitmuzik20151gmailcom on 02/11/2017 at 08:07AM
ispanyolca şarkılar listesi En sevilen müzik tarzlarından birisi olan latin müzik dinlendiği zaman insanlara huzur vermekte, latin müzik ve bununla özleşmiş olan ispanyolca şarkılar sevmeyenimiz yoktur.Sizler için ispanyolca şarkılar listesi 2017 hazırladık ve hem dinliyip hemde dans edebilirsiniz.İspanyolca şarkılar listesinde bulunan şarkılar mp3 formatında ücretsiz olarak indirebilir ve çevrim dışı müzik dinleyebilirsiniz.
cheyenne_h on 12/14/2016 at 05:02PM
We're decking the blog with ccCommunity playlists all week long! We're excited to bring lots of unique artists to the fore, from dusty corners of Soundcloud and homebrewed band pages, to your ears!
Pop, Country & Folk is the third of our 2016 Year In Review series (which will be appearing on this blog all month long). There will be separate playlists for other genre groups, so stay tuned for the next installment! The ccCommunity is a vibrant & diverse group of artists who are not affiliated with other formal FMA curators, who ask the FMA directly to join the party. We are honored and privileged to have these artists in our ranks, and can't wait for you to get to know them. And please bear in mind: these are just from one curator page, our ccCommunity, and these songs loosely fit in the genre designations we gave them, but not everything by all of these artists is the same -- you may find a wide variety of genres represented in one album. Without further ado, here is the playlist for your enjoyment!
katya-oddio on 06/24/2016 at 08:00AM
Love the 1960s pop of the Beach Boys and Beatles? Then we highly recommend the brand new album CLOUDHEAD by Jamie Ward. This is a new favorite at Rancho Oddio.
This follow-up to 2015’s “I Am The Sun” shows Jamie Ward’s ability to push even further into a mixed bag of 1960’s inspired pop gems. Written, recorded, performed and produced by the artist, it is a more complex album in it’s songwriting and arrangements, tipping it’s hat to Brian Wilson’s modular recording style employed on “Pet Sounds” and the orchestral arrangements by George Martin on The Beatles middle period records, plus Phil Spectors layered “Wall Of Sound” technique. Elements of other 1960’s music makers including The Byrds, The Left Banke, The Rolling Stones, Harry Nillson and others are also honoured in this collection of original songs.
“CloudHead” was written as a concept album, a commentary on the disillusionment of a consumer driven existence based on the artists personal experience of transition between western society’s force-fed values and expectations to self-realization. The album represents a complete day in the life, starting with “Get Up!” and ending with “End Of The Day/Now That’s It’s Over”. It is a tribute to the dreamers, the “CloudHeads” of the world.
PS: If the voice sounds vaguely familiar, you may recognize Jamie Ward as the voice of that legendary children's artist, Uncle Neptune, a long-time favorite at both Kazoomzoom and Oddio Overplay.