Introduucing...The Dolly Rockers!

Thanks to Muuser Jordan, I have officially hopped on board the Dolly Rockers train. You'll have to forgive me for not falling in line sooner--I figured they were some sort of Dolly Parton revivalist committee. They're not. Instead, these girls are the sluttier, drunker version of Girls Aloud if…


Introducing...Ghost Vs Sanne!

In the wake of my recent Winehouse revival (and in mourning of the disaster that was her latest performance in St. Lucia), I've been longing for something a bit more soulful than the usual brand of music stuffs I receive in the inbox these days. This track from the Swede production Ghost Vs. Sanne…


Introduucing...No Means Yes!

Alright, so I've been wavering on this one for a while. After mysteriously receiving their single ("Would You Like That?") in my inbox anonymously two weeks ago, I've finally come to the sobering realization: Yes, yes I think I would like that. This is No Means Yes, a girl group on the brink of…


Introducing...MPHO!

This is MPHO. Perhaps you've read her introductory post over at PopJustice? I know I did. And, after deciding her single "Box And Locks" to be quite good and her face to be gorgeous, I decided to take a dive into the mini-mix of her upcoming album Beware on her MySpace. GO THERE AND LISTEN TO IT. I…


Introducing...Polly Scattergood!

Consider this my Find of '09. Polly Scattergood (I'll take a brief moment to dwell upon the surname) is the latest BRIT School graduate poised to debut among the growing panel of distinguished alumni, from Amy Winehouse to Imogen Heap. If you haven't already taken notice above, Scattergood evokes…


Introducing...VEGA!

Perhaps this will be the year of electro-jitter boys. Vincent Frank, I'm staring in your direction. VEGA, the former frontman of Ghosthustler, is now preparing to pave his own path. Sometime this spring, Vega is set to debut the All Too Vivid EP on Vogue College Records, a collection of five…


Introducing...Two Door Cinema Club!

Here we have Alex, Kev, and Sam, the three young lads that comprise the Two Door Cinema Club. The boys enjoy banging about and making music together. "Something Good Can Work," their debut single in the UK, is the result of such things. They look a bit like the Jonas Brothers, if the Jonas…


Introducing...The Gadsdens!

In an industry mired in dime-a-dozen bands and MySpace insta-lebrities, today's bands tend to suffer from the same symptoms of overzealous promotion, ultimately leading to über-entitlement and general gloating. Yet despite the mighty roar of the media machines behind these bands, a large majority…


Introducing...Friday Bridge!

Now here's a find long overdue. Ylva Lindberg and Niklas Gustafsson are better known as Friday Bridge. Combined, the two have been holding true to their native country's promise of perfection with buoyant, bouncy electro-fied indie-pop since 2004. As evidenced in their latest single, "Shanghai…


Introducing...Zemmy!

Zemmy is a blossoming UK artist.She is 22.She is unsigned.Judging by her two new tracks on her MySpace, "Secretly Happy," a bubbly little jazzy number, and "Everything's Okay," a warm, electro-tinged reassurance, she may not be for much longer. Have a go at it for yourself, yes? DL: Zemmy -…


Introducing...The Ropes!

These two people are collectively called The Ropes. The Ropes are very, very good. I first heard about them in 2006. I don't remember how, but I stumbled upon their single "Kill Her Off," a fantastically sinister electro-killer, and was immediately hooked. The song is essentially the stuff of my…


Introducing...Armand Mirpour!

This is Armand Mirpour. He is of the Swedish variety, yet neither red nor a fish. I find him interesting. He writes in that semi-pompous, semi-worldly sort of indie-folk way that indie-folk folks like to employ within their MySpace pages. He wears silly clothing in some occasions, and looks rather…