Frustration is ’80s synth pop at it quirky finest, with a vibe that is Devo meets Depeche Mode.
I’m not sure if it is the power-pop vibe or John Davis’s sublime vocals, but this track rocked its way into my heart.
This track is an excellent example of nu-disco with campy synthesizers, sublime vocals, and a healthy dose of funk.
Danny McCook’s vocals are fresh and flirty, and his music fills me with glee.
The Griswolds are solid rock ’n’ roll with catchy lyrics and delicious vocals.
His clean vocals and hooky synths prove that real talent will always outperform those auto-tuned, overproduced tracks.
Beach Slang is keeping punk alive with its own brand of rip-and-burn music.
When genius happens, it must be noted.
Sweet and sexy vocals intertwine with sugary, hook-laden rhythms to create an infectious mainstream hit.
“Classic Masher” is exactly that: a classic mash-up of Francis’s sublime vocals and that signature edgy, hard-rock rhythm section.