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Late #MusicMonday Feat. Hailee Steinfeld, Troye Sivan & More

Lazaros Balakos | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros Balakos

11/18/2015 5:18 pm
PopWrapped | Music
Late #MusicMonday Feat. Hailee Steinfeld, Troye Sivan & More | #MusicMonday
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We let you go through this Monday all by yourself without a soundtrack and would like to apologize. However, instead of doing a #TunesTuesday thing like I originally thought, Tuesday is nothing but Monday’s ugly sister so let’s just call this a Late #MusicMonday. ”Volevo Te” - Giusy Ferreri Former Italian X-Factor runner-up Giusy Ferreri caught the attention with debut album Gaetana and met huge success with her Baby K collaboration this year, “Roma-Bangkok”. Now she’s back with a brand-new single, titled “Volevo Te”, a powerful beat ‘n’ keys crafted midtempo with a big kind of chorus, which finds her significant vocals shining bright. It’s her very own kind of pop with electronic elements and rock vibes all over.
“How Love Begins” - DJ Fresh & High Contrast feat. Dizzee Rascal Daniel Stein a.k.a. DJ Fresh has finally decided to make a comeback to the English dance scene with brand-new single “How Love Begins”. Teaming up with Welsh producer Lincoln Barrett a.k.a. High Contrast, English MC Dizzee Rascal and an uncredited big-voiced lady, the track serves as an electro-dance, drum-’n’-bass influenced raving jam with some serious gospel vibes thanks to the church-taking, soulful vocals. “Monster Lead Me Home” - Sara Hartman I randomly listened to this song on Spotify, thinking I should check out this new Sara Bareilles record. Therefore, you can realize my surprise when it was not Bareilles, but a newcomer named Sara Hartman. The up and coming Berlin-based songstress wrote the song about her move to Berlin and is beautifully singing over a piano and drums driven production, delivering a melodic and catchy tune, worthy of the “Brave” star’s back catalog. “Rock Bottom” - Hailee Steinfeld We all realized Hailee Steinfeld meant business when she landed to the scene with debut single “Love Myself” and her debut EP HAIZ has now been released to prove she’s still on the right track. Track number 3 is titled “Rock Bottom” and is the one that stands out, delivering fast-paced verses that slowly build for an explosion that takes place on the more midtempo kind of synth-heavy chorus, with lyrics about the wrong side of love. “Out Of Time” - Vanessa Elisha After dropping the CVIRO-assisted “Latency” earlier this fall, Australian songstress Vanessa Elisha comes back with another new track, titled “Out Of Time”. The XXYYXX-produced cut finds the songstress laying her beautiful and seductive soulful vocals on top of an spacey, atmospheric and urban-esque synth-heavy production that seems rather experimental and utterly captivating from the very first listen. “Follow You” - Cheat Codes Los Angeles-based trio Cheat Codes, formed by Matthew Russell, Trevor Dahl and Kevin Ford, has dropped another single from upcoming, debut studio album and it’s titled “Follow You”. The track involves some serious strings and keys alongside some deep male vocals and a repetitive chorus, crafting a folk-pop inspired, tropical-house jam that will bring a bit of Kygo magic in mind and a bit of summer in everyone’s mid-November. “Breathe The Same” BAER Taiwan-born and Canada-raised Sabrina Chang is currently based in Los Angeles and after launching her music career with a bunch of covers, she’s released her first big original single “Breathe The Same”. The ZDJ-produced and David Quinones-co-penned cut comes with major drums and electronic keys, along with a whole lot of echoing backing vocals and a post-chorus to die for. An interesting mix of experimental electro-pop with urban vibes. "Not Afraid” - Basic Tape Electronic duo Basic Tape come straight from the City of Light and their very first original track “Not Afraid” is extremely promising. With some serious keys and modern day funky electronica, the track gives vintage vibes and takes the listener to a new-age disco with its massive sound. Even though it talks about love, it coincidentally comes right in time to stand up against the attacks that took place in Paris. “Fade Out” - Sameblod As our Swedish addiction has to be satisfied on a weekly basis, we get this week’s dose from Frederick Rundqvist and Mikael Mattison’s synth-pop duo Sameblod’s new single, called "Fade Out". Staying true to their significant sound, the “My Fortune” follow-up is one cheerful, 80′s-inspired extravaganza of a track with some deep vocals to go by, serving as another sample from their upcoming EP. “YOUTH” - Troye Sivan With his WILD EP causing a frenzy online, Troye Sivan is now preparing to release his debut full-length studio album Blue Neighbourhood on December 4 and has premiered another new track from it, titled “YOUTH”. This one finds him shouting out his declaration of love real loud on top of a spacey, synth-pop production with electronic elements and an anthemic chorus, that sounds a bit like there’s a minimal Lorde influence. That’s all for now everyone! Let us know what made it in your own #MusicMonday playlists by leaving a comment below.


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