'100% No Modern Talking' Genre: Electro House, Dubstep, Fidget House, Complextro
#5. Group #8. Dance/Electronic
Ok... this EP, i found out because I was searching music from Pendulum (one of the bands I discovered this year, i'll explain later)... and I saw that two of their members (Rob and other flop member) released Knife Party, a duo. Some of their songs (Fire Hive and almost all the Rage Valley EP) sounds like something Skrillex would do, but overall, it's very good. For all you mainstream people, they produced Rihanna's "Roc Me Out".
Destroy Them With Lazers
'Blunderbuss' Genre: Blues Rock, Alternative Rock, Garage Rock Revival, Folk Pop
#5. Male #10. Alternative
When I found out Jack White, ex-The White Stripes, was making a solo album, I got very excited, and I was waiting for it. Love Interruption was good, but got me a lil' disappointed. Then Sixteen Saltines came and raised my hopes up. I've bought the album, but it barely has songs that look like The White Stripes, it's full of Blues Rock and Folk Pop. Not that I don't like it, tho. It's a good album.
I haven't heard Knife Party, but Jack White is ****ing awesome! Can't wait for more
ANTICIPATED UPCOMING RELEASES | ok west
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Wig Out at Jagbags (7 January 2014)
Broken Bells, After the Disco (14 January 2014)
Dum Dum Girls, Too True (28 January 2014)
Katy B, Little Red (3 February 2014)
Marissa Nadler, July (4 February 2014)
"Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)" Genre: R&B, Pop Rap, Dance Pop, Breakcore Album: The Spirit Indestructible Country: Canada
Peak in the TRF's Tea Top 15 = #11. (still charting)
Ok, the queen Nelly Furtado is back. Back in the music, but not so much on the Billboard Hot 100, since it flopped (). Anyways, this song is amazing, very upbeat... but tryin' to much at the Rihanna game. I mean, dat talk, dat style. And I also bet she loved Björk's Crystalline. And the video... So illuminati, i loved it. Flopping, yet, she'll make better songs than your favs (*cough*cough*Justin/1D*cough*cough*) effortlessly. Wish we can get folk Nelly back, tho.
"Sever" Genre: Indie Electronic, Art Pop, Downtempo, Trip Hop Album: Kin Country: Sweden
Peak in the TRF's Tea Top 15 = #11. (wasn't Top 15 in that moment)
That song is just beautiful. Maybe it's not iamami...'s best (that title belongs to u-2, believe it or not). But it's an emotive, sad, and magnificent song. I can call it the Indie/Electronic "Someone Like You" or "All Is Full of Love". Of course, those 2 songs are better, anyways this is good. The video is a bit creepy, but not as Jonna's previous. To all you ---- I told you listen to it.
"Time Bomb" Genre: Dance Pop, Electro Pop, Nu Disco Album: K25 Country: Australia
Peak in the TRF's Tea Top 15 = #12. (x2) (still charting)
Ace get INT! Kylie is back. She came with this great song, dancey, up-beat, kinda disco. Half of the great superstars in the world wished they be like the queen of Australia, the Miss Minogue. She's a strong woman, a great person, a talented singer, and a very VERY hot girl... she's 43, tho. Anyways she'd be gettin' it, boop.
Nicki Minaj feat. 2 Chainz
"Beez in the Trap" Genre: Hip Hop, Pop Rap, Electro Hop, Dubstep Album: Pink Friday Country: Trinidad & Tobago/USA
Peak in the TRF's Tea Top 15 = #10.
The best position of the chart, besides the number one. Because bitches they **** and they ain't say NOTHING.