Posts Tagged ‘Jane XØ’

October 24, 2017

In our year long infatuation with elusive future pop talent Jane XØ, we’ve learned very little about the songwriter and producer. But she’s certainly cemented herself as one of the leading rising female producers in the scene as well as a smooth magnetic songbird with her steady release of excellent tunes. On new song Let Me Down Easy, she unites with a just as enigmatic new talent named LöKii to give us an infectious hooking, shiny polished new pop and electronic hybrid. Let Me Down Easy is impeccable pop perfection. It leaves me wondering exactly how long Jane XØ will be able to keep her identity her secret considering the amount of love and adoration she continues to rack up with her music. Re-visit her prior singles on Soundcloud, here.

November 15, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 11.10.2016 – 11.13.2016

Featured music – November 10-13, 2016

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November 12, 2016

Elusive future pop artist Jane XØ seems dead set on staying a mystery despite the continued success of the producer’s songs. Though it’s been but two weeks since the enigmatic musician dropped her Hard To Forget EP, she’s already back with a new trap pop hybrid. Love Me is sweet and sultry yet choppy and barbed. It’s as infectious as every other Jane XØ song has been, which means its poised to be a yet another runaway hit on the interwebs. Love Me is out now on all major outlets, here. Her Hard To Forget EP can be purchased, here.

August 19, 2016

I nearly forgot to breath when I first stumbled upon news of this collaboration some time yesterday. I dropped everything I was doing and thrusted myself head first into digging up the track on Soundcloud. Undone sees a partnering up between Dutch producer Dannic and one of the most exciting, if not the most enigmatic, future pop artists to grace our ears this year, Jane XØ. Together, they lift us to epic heights of future trap meets progressive house pleasure with this cinematic track. We’re serenaded in graceful lilting valleys then tossed in a turbulent ocean of elastic beats and frenetic chops. It’s a full on sensory assault, and it’s spectacular. Undone is a free download if you head to Soundcloud.

August 5, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 08.03.2016

Featured music – August 3rd, 2016

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August 4, 2016

Every month or two since earlier this year, an enigmatic artist who releases music under the name Jane XØ has regaled us with her future pop. Each and every of those songs have been riveting and enchanting gems. New song I Don’t Wanna is no different. Her trap imbued, crisp bouncing pop falls somewhere between Terror Jr. and AlunaGeorge, melding electro R&B with electropop in a sleek chopping manner. Perhaps these tracks are leading up to an EP, and we’ll be learning more about who this mysterious Jane XØ really is. In the meantime, visit all four of her songs to date on Soundcloud.

June 12, 2016

Dreams is only Jane XØ’s third song to date, but with each release, it’s only become increasingly more obvious that this enigmatic anonymous artist has a massive future ahead. Her first songs Hard To Forget and Lies went viral upon release, and the same is already happening to Dreams, too. Dreams kicks off like Rihanna’s Stay, with a lone mournful piano, before it blooms into a spaciously spellbinding trap imbued pop ballad. The atmospheric future pop song is polished and pure, a riveting beauty sure to turn even more eager fans on to this rising star.

April 21, 2016

Mysterious and enigmatic Jane XØ, who chooses to stay a “Jane Doe” so she could express herself musically without boundaries and fear of failure or success, returns with a beauteous future pop ballad named Lies. It’s obvious Jane XØ should harbor no fear of failure. Lies is only her second enchanting and rhapsodic song, but its chill trap production and saccharine wistfulness are fully intoxicating. Debut single Hard To Forget has already racked up over 600,000 streams on Soundcloud since it’s reveal a month back. Lies is likely going to do just as well. 

March 8, 2016

A mysterious new act named Jane XØ made her debut with a gorgeous chill trap and future pop number named Hard To Forget. She explains that “being able to express myself musically without limits, no worries of judgement, no worries of success or failure is why I remain behind the wall of anonymity”. It’s an approach that certainly isn’t new, but her music and her credo somehow reminds me much of another masked emerging talent that I have much respect for named Elohim. All enigmas aside, the fine details of Jane XØ’s identity truly becomes irrelevant in the face of the charisma and magnetism she brings with her first song. There’s no forgetting Jane XØ after Hard To Forget, its mellifluous folds softly glistening with honeyed sentiment despite its confidently glimmering zest.