09 September 2011

Mini Reviews In 20 Words: 1

In order to be able to post on a more regular basis, OWL BY NIGHT will be posting music round-ups of both new and nearly new released music to provide you loyal followers with more truly amazing and brilliantly crafted music from indie to pop, electro to remixed. These 'mini-reviews' will act as a nice way to break up the habit of posting similar posts thus enhancing your OWL BY NIGHT blogging fun. Each song will have a succinct twenty word review and a music video will be provided for your audio-visual pleasure. Five songs will be chosen for each of these posts. ENJOY.


HER MAJESTY AND THE WOLVES - "GOODBYE, GOODNIGHT"



Second single from the electo-pop duo. Kimberly Wyatt plus Spencer Nezey equals shimmering synths, rocketing bass lines and feel-good euphoria.



TWENTY TWENTY - "LOVE TO LIFE"



The UK's next Busted; three teenage lads with instrumental flair, an anthemic chorus, hounding drums and lively cheesy pop-rock vibes.





METRONOMY - "THE BAY"



Artistic Brighton band churning out perfected electro-indie-pop. This single oozes glamour, twinkling synths, skittish keys, haunting vocals and melodic charm.






FOREIGN BEGGARS - "PISS TAKE PICTURES" (SUBDUE REMIX)


UK urban favourites who mix hip-hop, grime, dubstep, electro into a fantastically domineering slab of punchy bass whomps and infectious lyrics.





SELENA GOMEZ AND THE SCENE - "LOVE YOU LIKE A LOVE SONG"


The US star matures lyrically with this low-amp mellowed pop tune; Jagged bass, dulcet vocal tones and charismatic energy aplenty.


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