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'Lie To Me': Ina Wroldsen & Steve Aoki Deliver Desperation on the Dance Floor

To paraphrase Gay Twitter (or some subsection of Twitter, I don't know), Ina Wroldsen's got the hits that stick like grits. I am lit-raly so late to posting about this one (two weeks), but in a way, that's a good thing! In a time of endless appetite for more (moah), when #NewMusicFriday songs are…


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'HEX': Ina Wroldsen, Songwriter for All Your Faves, Uses Folklore & Fear to Feel Something

You know her as the voice on Jax Jones' "Breathe." And Calvin Harris' "How Deep Is Your Love." (Uncredited, annoyingly.) And Martin Solveig's "Places." And, if you've dug a little deeper in doing your pop homework, you also know her as the unofficial sixth member of The Saturdays, having scribed…


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'Breathe (Acoustic)': Jax Jones & Ina Wroldsen's Banger Works Just As Well As a Ballad

"I'm not in love. It's just a thing we make..." Jax Jones and Ina Wroldsen's "Breathe" is a bit of an inevitable smash: Jax is consistently serving up fire for the dance floor across the pond ("Instruction" with Demi Lovato deserves so much more in America), and Ina's mighty pen is responsible for…


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The Singer-Songwriter-Solo Stars of Pop: Bonnie McKee, Julia Michaels, Ina Wroldsen, Emily Warren & Sasha Sloan

Sasha Sloan, Bonnie McKee, Julia Michaels, Ina Wroldsen and Emily Warren are writing hits for all your faves - and for themselves, too. Like Sia, perhaps the greatest modern example of an artist masterfully doing double duty as one of the industry's most in-demand pop penners and a pop superstar in…


Ask Embla, 'Northern Light' (Album Review)

One of the best pop records of the year is currently topping the charts in Norway — but you probably haven't heard about it yet. Ask Embla is the pairing of two incredible songwriters: Arnthor Birgisson and Ina Wroldsen, both of whom are responsible for penning tracks for some of our favorite pop…


The Saturdays: Wordshaker (Album Review)

Rejoice, friends: you can judge this album by its cover. Wordshaker, The Saturdays second effort out on October 12 through Fascination Records, suffers no sign of the sophomore slump anywhere on the album. Complete with twelve single-ready tracks (yes, all twelve), the follow-up is a complete and…