The Make Pretend’s Music Video for “Sorry I Let You Down”

The Make Pretend’s is giving our listeners a taste of their style with their music video “Sorry I Let You Down”.  The style of the single as well as how the music video was shot really harkens back to the late 1980’s, early 1990’s.  Even the bands name The Make Pretend gives that 1980’s feeling.  So everyone that loves that styling will dig this and the video to boot.  “Sorry I Let You Down” is from the band’s album Fortune Factory which is available now and they are letting our listeners check out their video and then go pick up their album.  And for those that still love a physical album the band is happy to say you have that option with Fortune Factory.  Here’s The Make Pretend’s music video for “Sorry I Let You Down” through their YouTube channel – Richard:

Mischief Night’s Music Video for “With Me, Now”

Mischief Night is sharing with our listeners their music video for “With Me, Now”.  “With Me, Now” is playing to a more niche market which I believe Mischief Night realizes and are embracing with their music.  When I listen to “With Me, Now” I get this psychedelic/folk/bohemian mix and their music video for the single kind of captures that free artistic range as well with the purposefully rendered low end stop motion spliced with live footage of the band that almost feels like old 8mm film.  I enjoy that they are bringing in a variety of instruments, but with their softer voices they will need to watch out for their instrumentals overpowering them.  Check out Mischief Night’s music video for “With Me, Now” for something new that you might like through Marcus Kitchen’s YouTube channel- Richard:

Mungbean’s Single “Am Your Eyes”

Mungbean is sharing with our listeners their single “Am Your Eyes”.  This single has an ethereal electronica sound to it.  The vocals are blended in with the instrumentals that bring out the ethereal feel that I get.  The duo are working on a planned EP for 2017 until then you can check out Mungbean’s sound with “Am Your Eyes” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Brett Ferguson Wants to “Take You Home”

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Brett Ferguson is sharing with our listeners his single “Take You Home”, from his album Let Go.  This single has a simplicity to it that makes it a very welcome change of pace to all the singles out there that are vying for attention.  Brett has a nice solid voice and the harmony he has with the female vocals is on point.  With this acoustic version Brett hearkens back to the folk singers from the 1970’s like James Taylor or even Simon & Garfunkel.  Brett’s album Let Go is available now so check you digital vendors to pick it up.  Until then enjoy Brett Ferguson’s “Take You Home” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Scam Avenue’s Music Video for Their Single “Sailor’

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Scam Avenue is sharing with the ComicPop listeners their music video for “Sailor”.  With “Sailor” this band is definitely placing their sound squarely in the New Wave sound of the 1980’s.  The sound is reminiscent to something Human League would produce and for me this is gravy.  Being a child of the ’80’s I eat this music up.  The music video has parts where the vocalists are walking down the street until they meet each other.  However, for me the more unique thing that I enjoy was when the duo was on screen and the instruments were laid over their images…very cool effect.  Scam Avenue’s EP should be available on your digital downloaders.  To give you a taste of their sound here is Scam Avenue’s music video for “Sailor” through their YouTube channel – Richard

Le Boom Wants You to Know “What We Do”

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Le Boom is hitting ComicPop up with his music video for “What We Do”.  The single has an energetic rhythm to it that will appeal to most of us.  The vocal range sounds like Le Boom is singing in a falsetto which some might be wary of, but with the instrumentals blending with his voice “What We Do” works well.  Le Boom works in the DJing business and you can definitely feel that influence with the rhythm of the single and the way the music video was constructed. I can see this single being played within a club for everyone to dance to like the dancer in the music video.  Check out Le Boom’s music video for “What We Do” through Rooftop Records NYC YouTube channel – Richard:

MAKAR’s “I Wanna Know What I Don’t Know” Single

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MAKAR is sharing with ComicPop listeners their latest single “I Wanna Know What I Don’t Know”.  This is one that harkens back to the late 1960’s – 1970’s style.  Most everyone that grew up during that time period or really like that time periods music will really recognize the feel of this single.  To groove to this single MAKAR is providing it for us to listen to through SoundCloud, check it out and enjoy the trip back in time with “I Wanna Know What I Don’t Know” – Richard: