Singles Going Steady Week Of April 20th, 2015

Written by | April 22, 2015 7:15 am | No Comments

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Hallelujah – Panic! At The Disco – Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith kinda blew the now a duo back in 2011 (but no worse than the other half of the bands the Young Veins). However, all is forgigven with this fine Gospel meets emo rocker… time to panic again – B+ 

New Rush – Gin Wigmore – Hmm, yet another singer songwriter with a backbone, not bad, nice back beat – B-

Another You – Armin van Buuren, Mr. Probz – Mr. Probz follow up to “Waves” (though”Nothing Really Matters” did pretty well as well) adds trance to Calvin Harris’ blueprint -should do well – B

Deja Vu – Gioroder Moroder – Not crazy insane about this straight up no chaser disco song, but for all its slightness it does the job and without causing too big a stink about it. Sia hasn’t sounded this good since “Titanium” (unless “Wolf” counts – B+

Mene – Brand New – I guess when you don’t record new material for years on end, when you get back to it you’ll either blow or cream it. This creams it – B+

Instant Crush – Natalie Imbruglia – Good for Natalie,  noting this deep album Julian Casablancas-Daft Punk trackwas just waiting for a MOR ballad approach and providing it and very well as well – B+

Ghosttown – Adam Lambert – Ah, geez, sincere camp? – C+

Before The World Was Big – Girlpool – Perfect match of band and song, the lyric, a sort of instant nostalgia track, makes so much more sense with the duo harmonizing befind a plucked acoustic guitar… these guys live up to the hype, they thrive on it – A-

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