Creating pop tunes is like making candy — overuse the sugar ... Mesfin Fekadu (twitter.com/MusicMesfin) Sturgill Simpson, “Metamodern Sounds in Country Music” (High Top Mountain Records) Call it whatever you want — acid-drenched old-school country.
“Stars” transcends mortal songwriting: a perfect pop verse, chorus and hook paired with the singer’s sublime cadence and tough-yet-delicate acoustic guitar. 4. “Emotion,” Carly Rae Jepsen --An astonishingly delicious fluff ball of cotton candy.
Dan Wilson, Love Without Fear (Ballroom Music LLC) Creating pop tunes is like making candy ... it whatever you want — acid-drenched old-school country, traditionalist psychedelia or modern Americana roots rock — Sturgill Simpson’s sophomore.
Handling guitar and ... If he doesn't want to get the royalties, then take his song off the market." Abbey Road is his go-to Beatles album. ("Some of the songs have more orchestration, and a little bit deeper sense of the use of minor chords on some.
They hollow out the Shangri-Las and pour in some spiky surf chords , some Jesus and Mary Chain fuzz, a drummer going Keith Moon–crazy on the fills, and a vocalist (Maria-Elena Juarez) who sounds like she's singing into a pay phone receiver dangling from.
This Toronto quartet is the usual bass drums guitar ... chord or three thrown in only at those perfect moments. The whole band is simply a sonic treat. No one I saw at CMJ had the boundless spunk of Alex Luciano. She seemed a child fueled by cotton candy.
With Valentine’s Day on our minds, we called up Cody Simpson to chat about all things romance ... (Yeah, we’re swooning too.) Grab a box of candy hearts and read on! Can you tell us about your best and worst Valentine’s Day? I haven’t really.
There's Fly Shit Only where Future puts his flow on display on top of another beat that features a guitar base and then there's Wicked, where Future tells of the ways he's been wronged by wicked women and the ways he himself can become wicked over the.
There are also scenes of tension and Hadid attempting to demolish an electric guitar with not much success ... having featured in two clips for her Australian ex Cody Simpson. Hadid has quite the resume of music video roles including Taylor Swift.
“I’d like to be type of person who you go to and say, ‘Hey, I’ve got this idea and I want to do these things ... but it wasn’t until she bought a cheap guitar at a Detroit garage sale and started teaching herself chords that she began to see.