Like any unapologetic Gemini, Anna Moon, doesn’t like choosing sides. Instead, the 24-year-old singer, songwriter, performer and powerhouse pop-star-to-be opts to meld the double-edged paradoxes of her personality. “Duality is my motif,” she says. “My voice, when I sing, is very jazz. The production is very pop. My style is a mixture of modern and old school.” If there's one word to describe Anna perfectly, it's ELEGANCE, which she has tattooed on her knuckles.
Her song Tightrope features her sparkling voice and quick-witted lyrics and we can't stop listening.
Wrabel is clearly one of the best songwriters of our time.
Reflecting on the electrifying spark and a burgeoning chemistry with a new lover, “magic” boasts a joyful swagger that perfectly captures the essence of young love. The track (co-written and produced by Kid Harpoon) boasts lyrics that delve into the instant, undeniable emotional and physical attraction between two people (“I swear I knew you in another life, you love me so good I had to love you twice”), as well as Wrabel’s blissful higher vocal register, and his trusted piano that serves as the backbone of the song.
We are READY for Brasko to drop Sexdreamsuperstar but we're thankful he gave us another little taste with "Vertigo."
“i wrote a song about an intimate experience i had in miami. this person was super forward and made me feel like passing out through the intensity of their presence so i figured- you can’t meet a goddess and not write a song about her”
Eda Green's haunting new song "I Hate Me Too" immediately hit me, it's about confronting your own demons and accepting yourself.
“I Hate Me Too” is about not knowing if it’s your insecurities controlling your thoughts or if that’s the reality. In a way, I feel like this song is about coming to terms with the fact that both might be true.
Look, I'm not the first person to tell you to listen to Taylor Swift (please don't kill me), but this album has some legs. I like "Cruel Summer" and "Lover" but I LOVE "The Man" because Swift just says everything ever woman has thought in her career.