Friday, August 15, 2014

Check out Jeffrey Pope's new track 'Up All Night' from his new 'Live It Up' EP

‘Up All Night’ is the hot new dance track off Jeffrey Pope’s new EP titled ‘Live It Up’. This track is bursting with intense house beats and party vocals. True to the title, this record is an awesome dance track with pop-vibes and an infectious beat that leaves you no choice but to party all night.

‘Up All Night’ has been co-produced by Hitimpulse, Noble Taylor, Danny Saber and Damien Reilly and features the lovely Jamilla Mount on backing vocals. With an explicit language warning, check it out:

Also available on Pope’s ‘Live It Up’ EP are tracks ‘Picture’, ‘On My Neck’ and ‘Sippen’, each collaborating with Jamilla Mount and Noble Taylor.

‘On My Neck’ and ‘Sippen’ are great electronica tunes with dance-pop beats, showing off Pope’s guitar skills. Whereas, ‘Picture’ has more of an emotional feel with powerful drums and intense electric guitar solos.

The entire EP is available from iTunes. Also remember to check out Jeffrey Pope’s website for more great music and to support this up-and-coming artist.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The Manhattan Syndrome release first single ‘Keepsake’ from upcoming debut ‘Goodbye Iowa’

‘Keepsake’ by The Manhattan Syndrome is the first single to be released off the band’s upcoming debut album ‘Goodbye Iowa’. Keeping true to the band’s signature melodic rock sound, ‘Keepsake’ is a refinement of rich melancholic baritone vocals submerged in an atmospheric sea of moody guitars and keys. The single also features guest vocals from Valerie Francis and the trumpeter styling of Eoin Grace.

The release is more thoughtful and minimalistic than earlier work seen in The Manhattan Syndrome’s ‘And We Left It Behind’ EP, yet is true to form in regards to the band’s proclivity for deep, sentimental emotion and melody.

Have a listen on SoundCloud :

The full album, ‘Goodbye Iowa’, is set to be released in August and from this single we are expecting a debut full of heart and soul with themes of love, loss and isolation shining through.Remember you can check out all the latest information on The Manhattan Syndrome here: