Pop music

Chelsea Uses One Hook to Her Advantage

Chelsea Collins’ track, 07 Britney, clearly shows that she understands how repeating a catchy hook can play to your advantage. We first hear the hook right at the start of the song, and the melody

Skylar Lee Does Vocal Texturing Right

Skylar Lee, in Marionette, perfectly uses homophonic texturing of her vocals for creating an almost atmospheric presence in her song, giving it volume and complexity. What’s more is that it possibly replicates some of the

We Hope to Run into Callaghan Belle More Often

Callaghan Belle’s new single, Run Into You, does a great job at replicating what it feels like dealing with lost love. She creates an aural experience that’s packed with emotional ambiguity. Such situations often fall

Edith Makes Us Feel Good by Being Sad

Edith’s new single Sad Girls Make Bad Boys Cry is an excellent example of how smart arrangement can increase the poignancy of the lyrics, even when they’re rather simple words. The entire song’s rhythm is