Tag: Synth-pop

Interview: Jessica Hottman on her new Sun Cycles project and debut single ‘Kids’.

Omaha frontwoman Jessica Hottman of The Hottman Sisters has undergone something of a transformation since we last touched base with […]

Songs about overcoming adversity: ‘Heaven’ by Ivory Layne.

This month I am yet again pleasantly surprised by someone new on my music radar. Her name is Ivory Layne. […]

Songs about overcoming adversity: ‘Goodnight, Mr. Moon’ by Karolina Rose.

Last month New York-based Karolina Rose hit an instant accord with fans of electronica and synth pop with her EP, […]

Interview: Karolina Rose and her game-changing move.

Karolina Rose, a former Philadelphia native, was born and raised to Polish parents, who like most European immigrants (and I […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Star City’ by Olympia.

Here in Australia, pop music is going through a new renaissance and in the forefront dominating the scene are an […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Cemetery’ by Missy Higgins.

There are some artists who have difficulty switching between genres or they simply just often choose to stay in a […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Warhol” by Lisa Mitchell.

Lisa Mitchell and her indie pop folk vibe and in particular her soft girly vocals hit an accord with me […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Words’ by Kate Miller-Heidke.

With her outrageously beautiful voice, together with her flair for witty humour and poignant insight, Kate has drawn comparisons to, […]