PLAYLIST: What’s New In The Hub

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What Is The Hub?

The Hub is a new playlist from Talk About Pop Music where we want to continue to help new artists reach a wider audience and spread their music.

The Hub is a place where you can get up close and personal with new music in all shapes and forms.

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Let’s get this playlist started with these awesome new songs…

‘Only Love’ – Planet der Krassen

‘Her Love’ – Balencia

Balencia is a producers duo, based in the Netherlands. They like to blend music genres to create a fresh sound. Their goal is to make their listeners happy with energetic vibes.

“We like what we do and we think you can hear that”.

‘Breathe ‘ – Prolific Sounds

‘Nights Like This’ – Vinny Vibe


Wait, there’s more…

‘Hot Kiss’ – Year Of The Tiger

Year of the Tiger is a Southern California indie rock duo offering up a raucous, psychedelic and garage-surf-rock sound with nostalgic, feel-good vocal hooks in the vein of Arctic Monkeys, COIN and Cage The Elephant. Their first EP, One, is out now!

‘Thoughts On The Ceiling’ – Nautics

“Now I’m in a shitty/ teen rock band,” Kenzo Repola sings on the 2017 song “Cosmonaut.” However, a listen to their years of “space-rock” suggests Nautics is far more than that. Formed in 2014, the New York four piece is comprised of Kenzo Repola (vocals and guitar), Van Cameron (bass), Levitt Yaffe (drums), and Amir “The Hands” Brivanlou (keys).

The band’s first album, ​IV: The Misadventures of an Indestructibly Melancholy City​, was released in 2015 on Bandcamp. A mature debut, the album contained “I’ll Be Waiting,” a nostalgia-inducing song which continues to be one of the band’s most played.

A natural successor to 2000s New York rock, the band has played in local landmark venues like Sidewalk Cafe and Webster Hall. However, their music is being heard well past the NYC limits as their loyal fanbase, who choose to continue their voyage in the band’s universe with every new album, continues to grow.

Nautics’ latest single, “Post Madonna,” features a bouncy bass-line coupled with a dreamy keyboard sound. The lyrics speak to the idea of feeling lost but then finding oneself, whether you’re an alien taking in your new surroundings or a listener who’s coming to terms with self-awareness. The song appeared on Spotify’s indie “Fresh Finds” playlist, attesting to the fact that Nautics is indeed a band to keep an eye on.

‘I Hope This Music Chill You A Bit’ – Lindo Habie

‘I Look Hot In This Dress’ – lil cat

‘Dear Moon’ – Lisabel

‘Wolves Never Die’ – GlitterWolf

What are you waiting for? Get on the playlist now!


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