Tag: Indie Pop
image for Aggressive Electronic Pop with Hints of Deep House. - Pawl x Discrete x Ebenezer: 5 AM
Posted by Krister Axel
A groove-heavy party anthem that can be heard as both a celebration of late-night debauchery, and a condemnation of it.
image for Rising Indie Pop Star from Norway Gears Up for Eurovision MGP. - Hazel: LIFETIME
Posted by Krister Axel
An engaging and pop-friendly celebration of romance and the power of love to make everything all right.
image for Gritty Alt Pop from Vancouver. - Listen to daysormay: Everything Is Changing
Posted by Krister Axel
These Vancouver-based indie-pop pioneers are carving out a unique space in modern alternative music and they have the online fanship to prove it.
image for Trip Hop Meets Indietronica in South Africa. - EMERGER: State of Mind
Posted by Krister Axel
Carves out a fresh and inspired place in the world of beat-driven Indietronica with a groove borrowed from trip-hop, and a vocal performance that is nothing short of stunning.
image for Los Angeles Electronic Pop with a Hip Hop Groove. - Gianni Cures: Indecisive
Posted by Krister Axel
An instinct for catchy melody and solid groove makes this a perfect fit for music lovers that get their fix at the intersection of hip hop and electronic pop.
image for Impressive Soul Pop Debut from Nashville. - Listen to Sam Sherrod: Goodbye
Posted by Krister Axel
A dream-state groove that will feel familiar to fans of The Weeknd, Maroon 5, and Leon Bridges.
image for Inviting Indie Pop from The Voice Season 14 Top 24 Finisher. - Alexa Cappelli: Can I Come Over?
Posted by Krister Axel
Explores the mystery of love and attraction with an inviting blend of emotional honesty and melodic hooks, served over a bouncy electro-pop groove.
image for Electro Pop from Montreal FFO Madison Beer. - Charlotte Cardin: Daddy
Posted by Krister Axel
Cardin pens personal anthems about life and love with an honesty that is both refreshing and illuminating.
image for Indie Pop from LA Celebrates Life. - Brokenheartsclubh: Slide In
Posted by Krister Axel
We take a moment to appreciate that the best things in life are always right on time.