What The Pop?

PLAYLIST: What’s New On What The Pop?

Hands up if you know how many different classifications of pop music exist?

By Steve McSteveface

If you said 11 – well done. According to some sources you would be correct! According to others pop music is simply what’s ‘popular’. That’s fine but I need to categorize things ok!

What are they I hear you ask? Well, click here for a quick rundown together with definitions, some sample songs and a full Spotify playlist, then check out the latest songs that have just been added to the awesome playlist below

‘Piece Of Love’ – Spin

SPiN is a Pop/Rock band from Philadelphia, PA. Their music has appeared in dozens of hit TV episodes on NBC, CBS, MTV, VH1, Fuse, Comedy Central, NBC Sports, and most other networks. Their single, “Happy Together” reached #1 on iTunes Indie Rock Charts and remained Top 5 for 5 Months.

‘Let’s Get Out’ – Margot Polo

California-based indie electro-pop act Margot Polo is the solo project of David Provenzano, singer/guitarist of Fialta and Sherwood. Provenzano’s knack for writing infectious pop hooks was revealed on Fialta’s last two albums, with songs written or co-written, and co-produced by Provenzano seeing substantial radio and TV play and Shadow of a Drought reaching #10 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart.

‘Paresthesia’ – Mosquito Fleet

Mosquito Fleet is an indie rock band merging sounds from the four corners of the United States. With ethereal soundscapes and the lyrical verve of protest music, the band takes cues from musicians in and outside its genre to bring a haunting ambiance to its signature sound. After an 8-year hiatus, the band is back with a series of new releases due out in 2019.

‘Monster Not Happy’ – SOJUX

§OJUX is the project of Production duo Zoe Gault and Greg Grassi. The two have honed their skills in producing for dozens of other artists, as well as in their own projects, and have come together to deliver an EP of concentrated, gripping electronica with substance and flair.

‘mary jane’ – Tayja

Alt/Pop duo based out of LA, Taylor and Elijah Munck debut their first EP, “the games we play” with four effortless “lo-fi meets alt-pop melodic” tracks.

‘Lights’ – Love Pocket

Love Pocket is a Groove duo based out of NYC. Dan Asaro and Nick Sansone came together in 2010, through their love of groove oriented music. They began crafting their sound and writing chops working in home studios based in Brooklyn and the suburbs of Long Island

‘Sweet Thing’ – Willis Peak

Willis Peak was started in February, 2019 by 22-year-old producer Timothy Chivers. Timothy wrote, performed, recorded and mixed each song from the upcoming self-titled 7-track EP.

‘Ms. Ecstasy’ – Keanu Reefs

Keanu Reefs is a brand new band fusing funk, rock, pop, and others to create stunning pieces of music that are not only melodic, but have deep rooted lyrics and meanings. Their goal is to create tracks that people not only like, but that they love, and want to listen to on repeat.

Wait, there’s more…

‘Thanks For Saying No’ – badly

‘Strange Times’ – Leisure Club

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