03 December 2011

Mini Reviews In 20 Words: 17

ELSIE - "THE ASSASSIN (BANG BANG)"


Blondie-like singer/songwriter who dredges up day-glow Brit-pop with raucous guitar riffs, drum thuds and a husky femme fatale vocal display.




CLEMENT MARFO AND THE FRONTLINE FT GHETTS - "OVERTIME"


The MTV-backed London Grime-pop extraordinaires lay down this anarchical mix of boisterous trumpets, sincere lyrical verve and escalating chorus peaks.



THE NEW DIVISION - "TRUE LIES"


By intertwining the traits of murky eighties synth-pop with shimmering facets of ethereal vocal power, these Americans are soaring sky high.





FRENCH HORN REBELLION - "WHAT I WANT (THE GOLDEN PONY REMIX)"


The New York duo showcase some rampant bass beats nestled under thumping synth waves and techno-vocoded chants for lasting effect.




WILHELM TELL ME - "SO INTO YOU"


The German rock-pop band filter simplistic drums and delightful guitar chirps over radio-friendly perky vocal layouts and a synth-happy backdrop.


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