Published: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 18:01
Far East Movement, "For All"
Dream-chasing and uplifting words are the themes of Far East Movement’s brand new song “For All.” The upbeat rhythm and feel-good atmosphere of the group’s new single stays away from the party-centric theme of their previous hit, “Like a G6.” Although this new song probably won’t be played at the clubs anytime soon, it still has hit potential due to its heartwarming, optimistic essence.
Gypsy & The Cat, "Bloom"
The Australian duo Gypsy & The Cat released a brand new single this week, “Bloom.” Although they haven’t been around for very long, the indie pop band has been impressing with its rich sound texture. “Bloom” has a dream-like feel to it. The singing blends into the instruments and creates a cohesive, harmonious and pleasing tone. The song sparks curiosity as to the duo’s next move.
New Ivory, "All Around Me"
The new single “All Around Me” by New Ivory is the type of song to fall in love with at first listen. The song features regular instrumentation and structure that you would hear in a rock song, but uses these features in a way, creating an incredible wall of sound. The tune is catchy and full of feeling--exactly what we look for in a hearty rock song.