New Music Friday: March 16th 2018

A very antipodean pile of new music this week …

 What So Not & Toto – We Keep On Running

 

 

 

 

 

What So Not is a project from Australian producer Chris Emerson. He’s been performing for a few years but has just released his first album Not All the Beautiful Things. This is one of the tracks, featuring legendary 80s band Toto (Africa, Hold the Line etc). There are some other interesting collaborations on the album – look out for further tracks in coming weeks on New Zealand Net Radio.

Robinson – Nothing To Regret

 

 

 

 

 

We are very excited about this hot pop number from Robinson. This track follows up a couple from late last year. Aged 21 Robinson has had an incredible opportunity to work with some real industry pros. She’s obviously living a globetrotting lifestyle. The girl from Nelson said about this song:

Written one night in New York, ‘Nothing to Regret’ is an ode to the dance party in your living room and living for the weekend. So excited to have it out in the world now, I hope you like it.

Thanks for asking- we do!

Alison Wonderland – No

 

 

 

 

 

We’ve already been enjoying CHURCH, now comes another single off Alison’s forthcoming album Awake (her second). She says:

NO IS ABOUT FAKE PEOPLE WHO ENABLE, TELLING U YES ALL THE TIME BUT I WILL ALWAYS BE REAL W U

She just tweeted:

I just found out that I am the highest billed female in history to DJ at @coachella

A well deserved accolade!

Kylie Minogue – Stop Me From Falling

 

 

 

 

 

Our last antipodean treat is from old hand Kylie Minogue. A single from her forthcoming 14th studio album. We were pleasantly surprised by Dancing, the first single and this one is also a cracker. Will be interesting to see what the critics say but in the end who cares – this one got the feet tapping.

Jukebox The Ghost – Fred Astaire

 

 

 

 

 

And now for our token US artist – and for the first time a week to week repeat. Last week we featured Everybody’s Lonely, this week an interesting number with some retro flourishes to take us back to the time of Fred Astaire, the 1940s theme keeps coming through. Fred died in 1987, an absolutely legendary entertainer for most of the 20th century as a singer and dancer. A very suitable image in this song:

When I dance like I don’t care, you call me Fred Astaire

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