Posts Tagged ‘this time’

March 26, 2017

It’s an overwhelmingly lavish soundscape that greets our ears on This Time, the latest original from a Frankfurt, Germany production duo named Paul & Friends. This Time is a bubbly bright future pop ballad with a summery glow and a cool tropical breeze, and it features saccharine vocals by Elsa. Galantis meets Gryffin on the irresistible electronic anthem, a massive jam that places Paul & Friends squarely on our dance music radar. For more Paul & Friends, visit their Soundcloud, here.

April 29, 2016
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Toronto has been at the forefront of R&B and soul for a few years now, and the stream of striking talent shows no sign of abating anytime soon. Newcomer FRANCIS sends shivers through my soul with his clarion crooning and ambient production on new song This Time. The artist spends his days working the ramp pushing planes and his nights recording music in his bedroom creating resonating frequencies. FRANCIS even makes a reference to these facts with the sound of an airplane, either taking off or landing, in the beginning of This Time. The airport, in many ways, is a place of change and suspense, anxiety and insecurity, a door between the past and future. It could easily be an analogy for life, and the trials and tribulations of the heart. This is the place FRANCIS brings me to with his ode to desire and regret. You can download the moving ballad for free, here.

March 25, 2014
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It’s only been a week since I first stumbled upon a new Brooklyn synthpop act by the name of Prinze George, but they’re still one of my favorite recent finds. Victor is still taking up some key real estate on the auto playlist within my head with its infectious, stabbing synths and melodic chorus. Prinze George has followed up that stunner of an electronic pop tune with another treat titled This Time. And again, it’s a delicious pop tune filled with plenty of energy, glistening synths, and unforgettable hooks. Revisit Victor below. I will if you won’t. I love it.

March 25, 2014
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It’s only been a week since I first stumbled upon a new Brooklyn synthpop act by the name of Prinze George, but they’re still one of my favorite recent finds. Victor is still taking up some key real estate on the auto playlist within my head with its infectious, stabbing synths and melodic chorus. Prinze George has followed up that stunner of an electronic pop tune with another treat titled This Time. And again, it’s a delicious pop tune filled with plenty of energy, glistening synths, and unforgettable hooks. Revisit Victor below. I will if you won’t. I love it.

OFFICIAL VID: Milosh – This Time

November 27, 2013

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After Rhye quickly won our hearts over a year ago, came Milosh, one half of that magical duo. Not only does he keep making us swoon with his incredible, soft, gentle vocals, but he’s been doing it with blissful, dreamy music. While This Time retains the sensuality we’ve come to love so much about Rhye, Milosh creates an atmosphere that leans closer to bouncing synthpop on the track, but still so lavish, so lush, and so sublime. To mark his release of his new solo album Jetlag, Milosh also dropped a new video today for This Time. The clip features footage of him travelling with his wife. I couldn’t help but smile watching the video while floating to the splendid song.

OFFICIAL VID: Milosh – This Time

November 27, 2013

image

After Rhye quickly won our hearts over a year ago, came Milosh, one half of that magical duo. Not only does he keep making us swoon with his incredible, soft, gentle vocals, but he’s been doing it with blissful, dreamy music. While This Time retains the sensuality we’ve come to love so much about Rhye, Milosh creates an atmosphere that leans closer to bouncing synthpop on the track, but still so lavish, so lush, and so sublime. To mark his release of his new solo album Jetlag, Milosh also dropped a new video today for This Time. The clip features footage of him travelling with his wife. I couldn’t help but smile watching the video while floating to the splendid song.