Swedish pop singer Erik Hassle has one of those kind of irritating nasal white boy whines that isn’t always the most pleasant thing to listen to. But in his latest single “No Words” the Max- Martin style Swedish beat riff is good enough to overcome that. It’s his best single to date.
These YouTube viral vids are proof that it’s well beyond time for the reboot of The Muppet Show.
Call it “Revenge of the Fifth.”
We’re still on a French pop kick here after last week’s Christine and the Queens. Today’s artist, Cœur de Pirate, is actually Canadian, from Montreal. Though the band is mostly just the stage name project of Béatrice Martin, the choice to go with a band name was deliberate in order to add musicians at will.
This song is her latest single, and dropped about a month ago.
Below, her first hit, “Ensemble,” because you need some pop in French to help you get through your day. (You do. Promise!)
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Todrick Hall was cut too early from his season of American Idol, and every so often he resurfaces to remind us all of this fact. Today, he’s brought three clones, and the four of them and performing snippets from 70 Beyoncé songs in four minutes.
Christine and the Queens! They’re relatively new French pop outfit, from headed up by singer Héloïse Letissier. She’s been releasing EPs for the last few years, but only started getting recognized in 2014. Here’s the title track from their 2013 EP, Nuit 17 à 52.
This musical outfit features some fabulous euro indie pop, and you should get familiar with them immediately, if not sooner.
Below the cut, we’ve got three soundcloud tracks, one from their 2012 EP Mac Abbey and two from their latest EP, Saint Claude.
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Arrives in the TARDIS. Plays a blue piano. Regenerates outfits.