Sunday, September 15, 2019

Check Out The Array Of New Artists Featured On The "International Pop Overthrow, Vol. 22" Release

On September 27th, Omnivore Recordings is teaming up with the International Pop Overthrow music festival to release volume 22 of their up-and-coming artists compilation. This new three disc set features 69-tracks from artists from ten different countries throughout the world.

The first disc is stacked with a load of new energetic power pop anthems like "Christine You're Mean," "Bitter Pills" and "Dance With Me." There is also a nostalgic tone highlighted by the works of Pecker ("They Painted With Their Fingers"), The Amateurs ("Suite 100") and The Pozers ("The Time And Place"). One of my favorite tracks from the first disc is Blake Jones & The Trike Shop's cover of the classic James Bond movie theme "Goldfinger." 

The second disc features the addictive pop melody of the uptempo numbers "She," "Clarke Gable" and "There For Me." This disc also includes some solid ballads like the beautiful acoustics of The Vinylos' "Turns To Black" and the soulful, R&B vibe of Sue Hedges' "I Know Now." It's hard not to fall in love with the raw, alt-pop fun of "Joy Comes In The Morning," "There For Me" and "Life's Too Short (To Drink Cheap Love."

The third disc seems to have the more experimental pieces, like the psychedelic rock of "London Social Degree" and the new wave/funk infused "So She's The Murderer." It also contains some of the best alternative/punk rock songs in the set like "The Ruff Song," "Rick Moranis" and "Yesterday's Girl Tomorrow." Plus, Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry keep the energy flowing with the rockabilly number "Flat Cat," along with The Details' "For Anyone To Claim." To find out more about this exciting new three-disc set, please visit omnivorerecordings.com.

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