Sunday, February 26, 2012

We've moved! To bigger and better places on the web.... http://todaysmodernpop.com

This blog will stay in tact, but no longer be updated.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Laura Jansen "Single Girls"


Jansen, a Dutch-born, Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and musician, chronicles those little things, like cutting her hair, buying pink floral sheets, and venturing out for a drink with the guy down the hall, on "Single Girls" - the deceptively simple, but emotionally devastating first single from Bells, Jansen's upcoming debut album for Universal's Decca Records. For fans of Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, and Regina Spektor.

itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/preorder/bells/id422366465
Official site: http://www.laurajansen.com/

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Bleu "How Blue"


Official music video for "How Blue" by Bleu from the album "FOUR." Features Justin Kirk from the hit Showtime series Weeds (Angels In America, Modern Family). Directed and photographed by David J Dowling (www.davidjdowling.com). Visit bleutopia for more.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Emily Osment "Lovesick" (ELDER JEPSON REMIX)


My home boys The Elder Jepson have done some great remix work on Disney artist Emily Osment's single "Lovesick." There are also some behind the scenes stuff on the video here.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Smith Westerns "Weekend"

Smith Westerns - Weekend from Fat Possum Records on Vimeo.

Awesome! These guys are the next big thing... get ready.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Lights Resolve album preview


The record was produced/engineered/mixed by Mike Sapone (Brand New, Taking Back Sunday) and mastered by Emily Lazar / Joe LaPorta (Foo Fighters, Vampire Weekend). Feel You're Different has turned out to be a defining album that shows off a new, bold and vital direction for the NY alternative three-piece.
www.lightsresolve.com

Monday, January 17, 2011

The Elder Jepson "There Will Be Another"


Chill out to the soothing sounds of The Elder Jepson, a ambient techno band from New York. They have a distinct sound and are influenced by artists like Aphex Twin, The Orb and Squarepusher. Flowing synths and effects make this a great headphones album, and the steady rhythm loops on tracks like "Born" and "Credibility Ave." create a trippy atmosphere almost everyone will appreciate. The album has just been released, so visit the band's site to hear more. Highly recommended.

Visit them at TheElderJepson.com