Flyposterwatch: Sounds of the underground edition

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Pop music, on a wall, live and direct from Kings Cross.

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It’s A Good Time To Be Bad Bunny

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Bad BunnyThe name Ocasio derives from the Spanish “ocasión,” which means what you think it means: an occasion, a time. According to Ancestry.com, most people named Ocasio are Puerto Rican, in heritage if not in residence, and the word’s “meaning as a surname” is unclear. More »

Jessie Reyez Is Really Great And You Should Listen To Her

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Jessie ReyezJessie Reyez has so much to say, and hearing her say it is so much fun. More »

The A Star Is Born Soundtrack Could Stand To Go Off The Deep End More Often

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Bradley Cooper & Lady GagaIf you remember any scene from the trailer for Bradley Cooper’s new A Star Is Born remake, it is almost certainly the one in which Cooper’s character, declining roots-rock god Jackson Maine, calls from a car window to Lady Gaga’s aspiring singer, identified only as Ally. It’s a scene that’s appeared in all four(!) versions … More »

Cheat Codes – Only You ft Little Mix

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Cheat Codes - Only You ft Little Mix

In just the two short years since their 2016 formation, EDM trio Cheat Codes have penned their name onto the short list of the scene’s most swiftly rising acts. The group has worked alongside notorious vocalists from both inside and beyond the EDM plane, including Demi Lovato, for their smash radio-ready success, “No Promises,” and rapper, Fetty Wap, for “Feels Great.”

This time around, they’ve tagged the all-female British pop group of Little Mix for their newest track, “Only You.” The song combines wistful guitar chords, gripping bass, and pitched-up vocal chops to complement Little Mix’s desirous crooning over love lost. Listeners vying for a warm-weather vacation need only plug themselves in to the tropical house hypnosis of “Only You.”