Introducing....Ready, Fire, Aim

No, not a typo. The name of the band is Ready, Fire, Aim, and they've come guns blazing. The band's debut album This Changes Nothing won't be released on May 27th, but I got a chance to preview the new group's sound. According to their marketing, their sound is supposed to be a mesh of Nine Inch…


Introducing...Yelle

Yelle was introduced to me as the French response to M.I.A.. Upon hearing the entirety of her debut album, Pop Up, I'm seeing traces of something much more dance-oriented, shedding the raw intensity and hook heaviness that signify M.I.A.'s musical identity. As for the artist in question, Yelle grew…


Introducing...The Little Ones

This is a new discovery I've happened upon from an anonymous source. The Little Ones, as they are so affectionately known, are an L.A. based indie-pop band who have as of right now released only one EP, named Sing Song. The reason they came to my attention is for their song, "Lovers Who Uncover." I…


Introducing...Émilie Simon

If you're anything like me, you're probably wondering what Émilie Simon is up to lately. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be anything new. And so, I guess I'll do some sort of summarization of who she is for those who don't know. Émilie Simon is sort of like the more electronic-focused…


Introducing...Madita

Introducing something you've probably seen before but in many different pieces: Madita, a singer from Germany. To begin, I saw her latest single's video, "Because." As "Strawberry" noted on the PopJustice! forums, she is a blend of Feist on the verses and Rachel Stevens on the chorus of the song.…


A Little Bit Electric

Now introducing the debut album, Pain Disappears, from electronic musicians Mlle Caro & Franck Garcia. Mlle is the French abbreviation for the word "mademoiselle." I forget the exact translation of that word, but roughly it means "made in moiselle." The collaboration produces unquestionably…