Midnight Beach’s Music Video for “No”

Midnight Beach is sharing with our listeners again.  This time they want everyone to check out their music video for their single “No” from their self-titled LP.  Midnight Beach still comes out with the electronica sound, but with a slower bass beat.  The mixing for this single is tremendous.  With the softer lead vocals and the heavy bass beat the vocals could have been lost within the instrumentals.  However, the mixer made sure the vocals were a distinct track that rose above the instrumentals.  The music video is crisp and clean and fun to watch.  The dancing is right out of the late 1980’s – 1990’s as well as the sound.  Their self-titled LP is out now!  Here’s Midnight Beach’s music video, for “No”, through Vevo – Richard

No by Midnight Beach on VEVO.

Danny Padilla’s Single “Too Bad”

Danny Padilla’s single “Too Bad” starts out with a encompassing sound that takes you in.  The breathiness of the singing gives it an ethereal quality.  Then Danny comes in with his strong baritone voice that pulls you in even more.  It is more of a ballad song that talks about how sometimes it is hard to get over someone.  This has a beautiful sound to me that I could listen to over and over.  I am definitely eager to hear what else Danny comes out with.  Enjoy Danny Padilla’s “Too Bad” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Aria Wunderland’s Single “Coup D’etat

Aria Wunderland is sharing her single “Coup D’etat” with our listeners.  I know that this is a politically charged single, but I’m not going to dwell on that aspect except to say that it doesn’t matter who has the reigns of authority they should always be questioned and have checks and balances.  With that “Coup D’etat” has an unsettling rhythm to it that I believe Aria was going for to have the listener have a sense of unease.  The vocals themselves are sometimes lost within the music with her singing at a level that is right at the same level as each other.  Here’s Aria Wunderland’s single “Coup D’etat” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Ninet’s Music Video for “Subservient”

Ninet is sharing with our listeners her music video for the single “Subservient”.  Ninet is currently working on her first U.S. album and has four album’s that she did in Israel.  With this single and music video Ninet will intrigue many and make others uncomfortable.  “Subservient” plays on the sexuality that many will recognize from Eyes Wide Shut and Shades of Grey.  The single has a very seductive feel to it and the music video is really well made.  I really enjoyed it, but it is definitely a mood piece.  So if you so desire, take a trip on the little darker side of life with Ninet’s “Subservient” music video through her YouTube channel – Richard:

Nilu’s Latest Single “What I’m Looking For”

Nilu is sharing with ComicPop again and this time it is with her single “What I’m Looking For”.  This time around Nilu gives the listener a bluesy experience with a little bit of skatting thrown in.  This is one that I can easily see performed in a blues club for all to enjoy.  So take a moment for Nilu’s “What I’m Looking For” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Get Tangled in Nilu’s “A Thousand Tangled Lies”


Nilu is sharing with the ComicPop listeners her single “A Thousand Tangled Lies”.  Nilu has also been featured on Grey’s Anatomy with her cover to “How to Save a Life” and on Pretty Little Liars.  “A Thousand Tangled Lies”, co-produced by Randy Jackson (American Idol) has been described as being enchanting and I can see why.  This single I could see firmly entrenched in a fantasy film or television series.  It just has that flow that you hear from music in that genre.  I love that the piano and, if I’m not wrong, cello are incorporated into the single and these two instruments just re-enforce that fantasyesque feel.  Nilu herself has a deep soulful sound that fits the single really well.  See what you think of Nilu’s “A Thousand Tangled Lies” through SoundCloud – Richard: