Artist: ANER feat. B-Kool)
Track: Next To You
Genre: pop, dance
The trio: Sunny Brown, Lomaticc and Baba Khan are known for their sensational pop covers of modern music. The latest dub released by desi crew Culture Shock, is of the famous Daniel Beddingfield track "Sometimes You Just Know." It's a must have song, made free for download by the boys.
‘When Do You Know’ is an emotional pop based cover of the original reggae inspired song by Daniel Beddingfield. It's a track sure to be a hit amongst pop fans, especially those who enjoy a brilliant vocal listen, especially if you're into the more classical pop/rnb tunes released by singers such as Nick Carter, and NKOTB . It's quite different to the trio's usual upbeat remixes which infuse electro hip-hop melodies with dubstep drops. This is truly one song which showcases the versatility of the group, proving to tailor the best of both pop-dance music and slow pop-ballad tunes.
Vocals by Lomaticc are a must in every Culture Shock Dub! Lomaticc should be credited for his ability to outperform Daniel Beddingfield's vocal delivery. It's lyrically a great song, one which encompasses an emotional love tale thats difficult to showcase through an upbeat pop song. But Lomaticc is sensational, with vocal clarity that is inspirational, delivered over a soulful pop ballad that uplifts the heart. The verses are the entrance to the dynamic chorus performance, with Daniel Beddingfield surely admitting defeat to the dreamy voice of Lomaticc. The music video was released yesterday, and is available for download outside of Canada at:
Sixteen year old Melbourne pop diva, Rachel Costanzo has announced the release of her debut single, Blindside available on iTunes now. Co-written and produced by the talented Michael Paynter and Michael DeLorenzis at MSquared Productions, the single is lifted from Rachel’s forthcoming EP set to hit stores later this year.
"Blindside" begins with a beautiful piano intro before the beat becomes stronger. The song is actually quite addictive and I can already see it hitting radio stations all over Australia. Rachel Constanzo has a beautiful and surprisingly powerful voice that works really well with creating the melody. The production of both the song and video noticeably enhance the amazingness of the song. "Blindside" is a spectacular song with meaningful but catchy lyrics.
Sydney-based singer/songwriter Elliot Hamilton Brown set the bar high for pop musicians earlier this year with the debut release of his pop/dance EP, Heart Attacked. Now, the 28 year old is raising the stakes again with a remixed release of one of his hottest hits: 'Yeah Baby (KG vs PLCe Remix).'
Inspired by modern songwriters such as Bruno Mars, Gotye, Frank Ocean and Ellie Goulding, Hamilton Brown aspires to 'evoke people's attention' with catchy hooks and dance beats seen in many of today's chart-topping hits.
City Riots have been coming amongst the scene of indie music in Australia, specialising in tracks that outperform with uplifting vocals that chill, and melodies that embrace a feel-good drive. Music with guitar riffs that have strong pop influences in their indie-rock sound, which breathe in harmonies that are experimentally ambient in nature. This is a great band to get your ears familiar with, especially if you're one which digs indie-pop derived from surf-pop dreaming and long coastal drives.