Back in 2011, we premiered Adam Tyler‘s gorgeous electro-ballad, “I Won’t Let You Go.”
Since then, the up-and-coming electro-popper’s been pretty busy: He released his debut album Shattered Ice in August 2011 (not to be confused with Britney‘s “Shattered Glass”), headlined at EQ Music Blog‘s Poptronik Festival in Spain last year alongside MuuMuse favorites like Garçon Garçon, Monarchy, Fernando Garibay and Cazwell, and has already begun working on his second studio album alongside producer Aron Friedman.
Now, he’s preparing to step back into the light in 2013—by fading into it.
“Fade Into The Light” is Adam’s brand new single for 2013—a far more robust, crisp production than anything we’ve heard from him before. Produced by Aron Friedman, the bittersweet track glides between four-to-the-floor trance pulsations and a hypnotic synth throb, complete with an ever-fashionable dubstep breakdown, as Adam’s smooth vocals glide in and seal the deal: “Feeling your heart beat in the black of night, we collide,” he cries.
Ahead of the song’s release next week, MuuMuse is happy to Excluusively premiere “Fade Into The Light” today.
SIT THE SMURF DOWN AND SHUT THE SMURF UP.
Back in January, The Living Legend, Sensual Seductress and Enchanting Mistress Miss Britney Spears tweeted about recording a song “for her boys,” sending the entire Church of Godney in a tizzy.
(Presumably, she meant Sean Preston and Jayden James, and not her gay boys.)
Today, B-Girl took to Twitter to provide a follow-up to that thought: She’s smurfed a smurf for the soundtrack of Smurfs 2, called “Ooh La La.”
will.i.cannot‘s album, #willpower, is out today. (Well, not like out out, but “now streaming on YouTube” out, because even his record label knows that nobody’s going to legally shell out their hard-earned coin on that mess.)
If you haven’t already noticed the dryness in your throat, we’ve become some parched-ass Britney stans beggin’ for a taste of new anything—and also to If U Seek Amy. Y’all are thirsty, and so am I. In fact, I’m pretty sure I’d stan out for 15 seconds of raw demo vocals for “My Baby.” We’re begging for something to sip on. (REFERENCE.)
Oh, Vine? It’s nothing—just the wave of the future, that’s all.
Appropriately, the robots of Daft Punk have utilized the 6-second video sharing service to reveal the tracklisting for their much buzzed-about, flawlessly promoted record Random Access Memories, becoming the first major label act to do so. (Note: I don’t actually know that. I’m just guessing. Let us not forget, however, that the Jonas Brothers predicted Vine way back in 2009 with Lines, Vines & Trying Times.)
And so, here we have it…
Last year, British chanteuse Jessie Ware gave us her 110% with Devotion, an utterly phenomenal debut record full of sweet talk, soulful coos and throwback R&B grooves. It was easily a favorite of 2012. (If you haven’t already, check out the MuuMuse review.)
Fast-forward to April 16 (today!), and the talented songstress—now signed to Cherrytree Records—is releasing her debut record stateside. Along with the original tracklisting, the Devotion re-edition includes the A$AP Rocky remix of “Wildest Moments,” as well as the absolutely incredible, early ’90′s House-infused “Imagine It Was Us.”
And so, to celebrate the release…