Our latest obsession over here at Modern Mystery is songstress Kristin Rebecca. Just unveiling her new single “Wackos and Weirdos,” the musical Goddess impresses with her delightful and vibrant sound. Blending elements of Americana and Folk Pop, her music bends genres while gracefully creating a unique and eclectic sound all of her own. Kristin Rebecca combines a blissful sound of vocals, harp and guitar that enchants with her songwriting which brings in the old and the new. It’s safe to say that Kristin Rebecca is an artist to watch out for in 2018, and we’re on the edge of our seats!
Stream here: https://soundcloud.com/krharp/wackos-and-weirdos
Eleventyseven have recently unleashed their new album “Rad Science” into the world, to the delight of our ears. Hailing from North Carolina, the duo shares an enticing set of songs, that will have you intrigued from start to finish.
With elements of pop, punk and a dash of EDM, Eleventyseven have garnered quite a fanbase, that sees the group exploding with their latest release. “Rad Science.” The release is a perfect first listen for newcomers into their world, as their vibrant sound resonates with music listeners across the board.
“Rad Science” marks the 5th full-length release for the group. Their unique and eclectic sound will have you up and dancing in no time. Standout tracks and personal favorites of ours include “Excision,” and the single “Holding Out,” which drew attention immediately.
Infectious musicianship and instrumentation are placed throughout the record, which captures your ears for more. Catchy and memorable hooks are also found throughout the album, from the speedy “New York Minute” (how fitting!), that brings a Pop-Punk element to the table that is often heard within the collection of songs. Electro and Synth elements also flow inside the record, with pieces such as “Inside Out,” that further show the wide range of the group.
On “Rad Science,” Eleventyseven quickly prove themselves as a group with staying power. We’re in love with the new record, and excited to hear more of Eleventyseven in the New Year!
Electro-Pop artist ANOUSHEH has just launched her latest, buzz-worthy video “Bones.” ANOUSHEH’s fresh style combines Pop sensibilities that offers a unique, and slightly nostalgic sound for your ears. The songstress has been garnering the praise of fans and critics alike who can’t get enough of her hypnotic vocals and captivating instrumentation.
Anousheh says of the video:
“Hunter Brumfield (director) had a vision for this video, and I was instantly smitten with the story that he wanted to tell. Two heroines emerge from a delicately dystopian setting, a dreamlike world tinged with decay and diffused light. They find themselves connecting with each other against the pull of their hypnotic and mundane surroundings, and in the act of their escape– they find their love for each other, and ultimately their own Paradise. The song aggressively explores the complexities of love, and the video subtly confronts more predictable depictions of age and sexuality. Despite these confrontations, the essence of the message is pure: love is complicated, unexpected, and worthwhile. Considering the relatively poisonous times that we are living in, I am proud to have helped create something that feels a bit more like an antidote.”
Anousheh is known for her epic melodies, and the Grammy-nominated songwriter has captivated audiences both overseas and in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia. Drawing early influences from some of her 90’s music idols like Tori Amos, Bjork, and Radiohead, her songwriting style has always been rooted in introspection and metaphor. As an adult, Anousheh’s love of pop music, hip hop and indie rock has focused her songwriting into hook-driven, thoughtful pop songs– and in line with artists like Tove Lo, Ellie Goulding and Halsey.
Watch the video for “Bones” here:
Hailing from the UK, songstress Mae Muller has just released her new piece, “The Hoodie Song.” Garnering critical acclaim from outlets near and far, her voice and lyricism resonate with many. Throughout the track her production aspect focuses on her vocals, highlighting them throughout. As she readies her EP for 2018, “The Hoodie Song,” will help hold us over until then…
Listen to the track here:
Long Island singer Ryan Camenzuli (aka Zuli) has released a video for his single “Follow You.”The song is the opening track off his debut album On Human Freakout Mountain, which arrived last month. The new clip, was directed by New York cinematographer Emmanuella Zachariou.The picturesque video sees Zuli in a slumping relationship. Determined to find a solution, his fiancée turns to hypnosis, hoping he can still be the perfect partner. And while he does make a complete 180, it’s simply too good to be true.
Catch the video here! : https://www.vevo.com/watch/zuli/follow-you/QZ6CS1600038?utm_source=syn_player&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=logo&t=3 https://www.vevo.com/watch/zuli/follow-you/QZ6CS1600038?utm_source=syn_player&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=logo&t=3