Diving into the Korean pop genre once again I wanted to share with you my latest musical find who I foresee will become a firm favourite in the KPop world and have an exciting career ahead! The Rose debuted earlier this month under CJ E&M Music with the release of their first single; a song named ‘Sorry’.
The Rose have a very distinct indie rock sound unique breaking them apart from other bands within the KPop genre. Their debut song has a very British rock vibe which immediately caught my attention upon first listen. A rock power ballad filled with emotion and evident passion for what appears to be personal and heartfelt lyrics.
The accompanying music video which you can check out my clicking the embedded video above conveys the songs emotions in an illustrated form. Featuring a variety of shots consisting of studio based scenes featuring The Rose jamming; dramatic shots of remorse and regret alongside some spectacular scenery. A stunning and insightful visual representation of the song!
Following The Rose’s recent debut and the release of ‘Sorry’ the band have taken to the stage performing on a number of Korean music shows promoting their music and building fanbase. I for one am excited to see what they have planned for the future and look forward to watching them grow and most importantly enjoying their musical releases! Be sure to go have a listen to their music (more details below!) and show your support by downloading ‘Sorry’ the debut single!
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Forever on the look out for new music, I absolutely love coming across an exciting new artist! One of my recent discoveries is Spencer Ludwig, an up and coming artist based in Los Angeles, California who’s bound to go far in the music industry! In a couple of years time I’m pretty sure his music will be everywhere with those catchy grooves.
Today I want to share with you a track titled ‘Diggy’ released by Spencer last year and was featured in a Fall Fashion campaign for popular US supermarket chain Target. It’s both fresh and unique and already going down a treat judging by music lover’s reactions on YouTube.
Infectiously funky with a seriously good groove, Spencer channels that funk disco sound made famous by a number of iconic artists back in the 70s and 80s. Vocally, I was instantly struck by Spencer’s reminiscent tones of the late great Prince-have a listen and you’ll see what I mean! Instrumentally the track also reminds me a little of Prince’s extensive performances/recordings with The New Power Generation who were known for their musicianship; in comparison ‘Diggy’ features strong brass backing throughout the track taking on a similar sound. Yet it has that same charm and charisma as the likes of current artists such as Pharrel Williams as well as tracks produced by the incredible Mark Ronson. It’s got that perfect sound for the radio; all it takes is one listen and you’re bound to fall in love!
To find out more about Spencer Ludwig and to purchase his music be sure to visit one of the following links: