For their undying commitment to the power of pop, Weezer deserve to be recognised as PoP Legends! Evidence-in-chief – their latest album, Pacific Daydream.
Reboots are always problematic especially if one is not coming to the characters fresh but credit Warren Ellis for coming up with new angles and approaches that still maintain the core values of the original Wildstorm universe. As long as Ellis avoids rehashing old stories, the rest of The Wild Storm should be an intriguing adventure.
Great new track from The Liza Colby Sound that channels perfectly the late 60s psychedelic rock approach with a soulful kick.
80s music powerhouse Tears For Fears return with a greatest hits compilation which includes two new songs viz. the anthemic “I Love You But I’m Lost” and the balladic “Stay”.
Brooklyn’s Native Sun will release its debut EP, Songs Born From Love and Hate, on November 17th via PaperCup Music & Buen Dia Records.
Check out the new music video of “Sorry” from The She’s.
Dig the new breed! Yishay‘s brand of anthemic electro-rock is a breath of fresh air.
Gotta love Geoff Gibbons’ country-folk vibe on his new album Buffalo Hotel, which was released earlier this year.
Yeo will be making his Singapore debut as a part of the Mosaic Music Series at Esplanade Concourse on November 11th at 7.45pm.
Anoosh and Arash are young men who make up the DJ-producer duo called Blade & Beard. Nothing special about that fact until you realise that Anoosh and Arash are from Teheran, Iran.
Rock ‘n’ roll is not all about sex, drugs and partying but as an art form has allowed the fragile soul to express the deepest and darkest thoughts on existential angst. This is certainly true of singer-songwriter Julien Baker.
There’s no way to write off modern pop music when artists like Rina Sawayama demonstrate that it is possible to imbue sophistication and verve into what many consider a pre-fabricated music format.
Oh we are so stoked about this news! Squeeze will play in Singapore on May 4th, 2018 at the UCC Hall, NUS.
Spencer Robinson brings an interesting perspective to the now marginalised art form we call Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Los Angeles based Vista Kicks is Derek Thomas, Sam Plecker, Trevor Sutton, and Nolan LeVine.
The quartet, originally met on the kindergarten playground in their hometown and are thus more than bandmates. They are lifelong friends and creative brothers with a knack for writing infectious songs and throwing a great party.
Power of Pop will be attending Bluesfest Byron Bay 2018! The festival have already announced the likes of Robert Plant, Chic, First Aid Kit. Gov’t Mule, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real etc and have recently added to that list!
Hard rockers Small Town Titans hail from York Pennsylvania and already have two full-length albums under their belts.
A casual observer of the local music scene would not find acoustic-based singer-songwriter Nicholas Chim’s adoption of electronic arrangements a surprise, as this has become rather trendy in 2017.
Broken record time – those of us who are rock ‘n’ roll observers have been talking up a 90s rock revival for some time now. So add Nashville’s Bully to the list of hopefuls…
Terrific news for the PoP faithful as Tahiti 80’s Xavier Boyer releases his debut solo album, Some / Any / New!
Christopher Owens, who once fronted a band called Girls, has formed a new group called Curls!
Indie pop pioneer Morrissey returns with his 11th studio album, Low in High School, his first with BMG and out in mid-November.
Fans of Retro-pop are drooling over the new releases from the Gallagher brothers. We say fuck them and instead spend your time and money on brothers Aaron and Keiren Jolly a.k.a. The Naturals!
Not the “Kurt and Courtney” of the 90s but certainly this collaborative album between Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile is highly evocative of that decade’s alt-rock highs.