We have gathered here today to talk about the latest release from Sleeping At Last entitled Astronomy, Vol. 1. For those unfamiliar with Sleeping At Last, it’s a one-man project by Ryan O’Neal that he began in 2011. His work has been featured across numerous television shows, movies, and documentaries. On Friday, May 1st, Sleeping At Last released a collection of songs written about astronomical events and discoveries. Check out our review of Astronomy, Vol. 1 after the jump.
Christina Perri is releasing a long-awaited new single tomorrow, but you can hear it on her YouTube before you buy it! Check it out!
Fans of her first (and only) album will be pleased with the sound. She’s soft and heartbroken, but she’s learning about herself. It’s a tale of truth, that she’ll do her best, but as we all are human, we’re going to make mistakes.
I can’t wait for the new album!
Purchase the single on iTunes at midnight. (International folks, she says it’ll be available on iTunes in early 2014.)
What a week for pop music huh? Following a string of leaks that released to the world both Katy Perry‘s new single “Roar” and “Applause” by Lady Gaga, fans have been jamming at this new influx of music to digest and enjoy. Now, I have listened to both songs multiple times and was prepared to hate both of them. I’ve been a fan of Gaga since she was just starting to become famous so I’ve missed her old sound a lot. I didn’t care much for “Burqa” when it leaked and I just assumed her new music would contain the same level of pretentious nonsense as “Born This Way.” I think Gaga has a fantastic voice but when she deliberately sings in odd voices and gives deeper social meanings to her songs when it really isn’t necessary, it can get disappointing. I expected more of the same from “Applause.”
Jordin Sparks is working on her comeback. The talented star and American Idol winner has released her new single. “Skipping a Beat” features a more R&B/Pop sound than what fans of Jordin may be used to. More importantly, it contains that catchy element all Summer singles need.
Listen to the song here and let us know what you think!